The fact is people with physical limitations are often the victims of violent crimes because criminals tend to prey on those who are weaker and less likely to fight back. However, even if you are physically limited, there are things you can do to defend yourself. Here are five tips that can help keep you safe no matter your physical condition.
In this edition of the Weekly Drop, you’ll discover the best multitool for people on a limited budget, whether plants are a sufficient deterrent to home invasions, alternative home defense weapons if you’ve been stripped of your right to bear arms and how to mentally prepare yourself for a life-or-death situation.
There are reports of more far-right rallies planned in the coming weeks. What should you do if one of these events erupts in your town? How do you protect yourself if you suddenly find yourself surrounded by rioters? Here’s how to make sure you make it back to your home safe and alive.
There are some gun owners out there who want a more customized firearm to suit their needs. If you fall into that category, take a look at this article posted by my buddy Caleb Lee over at Prepared Gun Owners. It runs down four popular handgun modifications worth considering if you want to personalize your firearm.
This week’s questions run the gamut from the best self-defense course for kids to my No. 1 shotgun recommendation to practical home security measures for apartment dwellers — and more.
Should I keep my spare magazines empty or filled? Will the SurvFilter work on saltwater? Is my phone recording my doctor’s appointments? This week’s mailbag covers all this and more.
Water is absolutely critical for survival. So today’s No. 1 question addresses how to procure clean, clear, drinkable water from any source — even a dirty toilet. Don’t believe me? Well, I’ve got video proof of the gadget that makes it possible.
This week, Cade Courtley takes the reins, answering your questions from a Navy SEAL’s perspective. Check it out.
To get to as many of your inquiries as possible, this week’s mailbag will be more like a lightning round. Quick questions, quick answers — including why I can’t in good conscience stay out of politics.
Lately, I’ve received quite a few questions about duct tape escapes. Find out the easiest way to shed those bonds, along with a special offer to learn even more escape techniques in this week’s mailbag.