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Your 3 pronged attack plan for COVID-19 and FLU-A

This is an important message that you’re going to want to read right away. At the end, I’m going to tell you how you can get instant access our 2 best selling preparedness books, the Survive In Place Urban Survival Guide and Fastest Way To Prepare, for FREE. Right now, Influenza A is still significantly…

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Christmas 2019 — My Favorite Things

For a few years, Glenn Beck used to have a Christmas episode called “My Favorite Things” where he told his audience about what he was giving his friends and loved ones for Christmas. I’m fortunate to have half a dozen of my products recommended on his radio and TV shows…not as ads, but as gift…

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Flying with guns…and the time TSA called the cops on me.

Over the last decade, I’ve flown with guns a few hundred times. At first, it was a little nerve wracking, but now it’s almost boring. Almost. Flying with a gun and having to get approval from multiple non-gun people in authority leaves the door open for some interesting times. So, today, I’m going to distill…

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CNN Reveals New Bullet That Travels 28,000 Feet Per Second!  (And 6 other media gun myths)

This morning, people awoke to learn about an act of violence at a Garlic Festival south of San Francisco. It was horrible and senseless, but we’ve been force-fed lie after lie by the media and politicians in an attempt to demonize firearms and gun owners. At the same time CNN revealed a new bullet that…

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Why You Should Own A Silencer (Suppressor)

Most firearms enthusiasts would agree that suppressed firearms are some of the most fun and most desirable firearms toys you can play with.  Invented by Hiram Maxim in 1902 (in parallel to the automobile silencer…aka, the muffler), it’s hard to point to any item that’s more effective at making shooting more enjoyable and safer. In…

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My Weekend With 450 Women Shooters…And Why They’re The Future Of Shooting

This last weekend, I was outside of Burnett TX at Reveille Peak Ranch for what might be the largest women’s shooting event in the world.  The A Girl And A Gun National Conference.  450+ women (100 more than last year) working with instructors  for 3-5 days. The facility is amazing…during the conference, shooters were doing…

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1 Hole Challenge

What kind of performance is possible with dry fire only training? A few years ago, I took the winter off of live fire practice and only did our Dry Fire Training Cards drills for 10-15 minutes per day for 6 months. I shot a few monthly competitions (4?), a few (4?) timed fun shoots, and…

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Join me for Scenario Based Training in AZ! *Time Sensitive*

Several years ago, I noticed a pattern in how I responded in high stress situations. No matter how good my training and skills were, the first time I had to use those skills in a high stress situation, my performance was WAY worse than I wished it had been. It happened in sports, driving, fighting,…

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Ancient Christmas Bugout Wisdom

This week’s newsletter is on the lighter side, and is brought to you by Urban Survival Playing Cards. The core of it comes from an article written back in 2010 called “Mary and Joseph’s 90 Mile Bugout” that we have added to over the years.  Even though it is light hearted, and a lot of…

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More Proof That You’re On Your Own When Seconds Count

A crazy story out of Dallas this week from Dallas Police Department whistleblower, Officer Nick Novello. Officer Novello was troubled by police response times, and asked Dallas City Counsel for help. But months went by and the problem only got worse. So he released a YouTube video showing a few shocking stats, like… The department…

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