Congratulations, ISIS. You wanted attention, and yesterday, you got it. Only, you chose the wrong people to seek that attention from. You did not get the attention of our weak President. He tweeted his support for your medieval holiday following your cowardly attack. You did not get the attention of our useless and corrupt Congress. They were too busy lining their pockets. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); When you attacked those four Marines, you got the attention of every one… Read More »

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The average hunter spends about $3,000 a year on gear and other hunting expenses, reports the National Sports Shooting Foundation. The foundation also claims that since 2006, hunters’ expenditures have increased by more than 50 percent. If you are looking to improve your chances of bringing home that trophy buck, here’s a look at some of the best hunting tech on the market: Ozonics Ozone Generator Ozonics is a small, portable device that transforms oxygen molecules into ozone molecules and… Read More »

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Bugging out is tough, both physically and mentally. Aside from dealing with the circumstances you’re fleeing, you also have to contend with the fact that you’re leaving your home behind—possibly forever. Add children to the mix and it becomes a significantly larger challenge. Adults can generally deal with shitty circumstances in a logical manner. Sure, some will temporarily breakdown, many will be less effective, and most will bitch and moan the whole time, but they do what needs to be… Read More »

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Duct tape has been utilized for many purposes since it first emerged during World War II. Permacell, a company operating under the umbrella of Johnson and Johnson, developed the tape after the American military requested a waterproof product suitable for executing repairs in the field. Soldiers arrived at the popular nickname “duck tape” because of its water resistant qualities were similar to that of a duck’s back. These days duck tape can be found in most households and tool benches… Read More »

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City life and suburban life each offer their own sets of benefits, but when it comes to asking which lifestyle is safer, the answer might not be as clear as one would think. Here are a few factors to consider: Health When discussing the topic of safety, life and death situations may come to mind. But there are also health risks that can threaten one’s quality of life. Those who live in the city, especially children, for example, can be… Read More »

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There’s no need to remind you that you can’t survive for more than 3 days without water; the rule of threes is something every prepper learns early on. In fact, some of you are probably smiling right now thinking: Well, I’m covered for a lot more than 72 hours! In theory, yes…. provided you bug in when disaster strikes. But what if you need to bug out, how long will the water in your bug-out bag last? And what if… Read More »

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