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The Partisan’s First-Aid Kit

Whether you consider yourself to be a prepper, patriot or partisan, there is no argument to made against having a robust emergency medical kit and the training and knowledge to put it to use. I’m going to show you my own medical kit that I keep nearby at all times.

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Forming a Community Survival Group

I firmly believe that the people who belong to a group of like-minded people who are focused on driving toward a common goal of survival and mutual well being will survive the easiest and have the best outcome. This has been demonstrated throughout history during times of war, natural disasters and societal collapses. It behooves you to find your people, rally them and get them ready.

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Iran actively targeting US drone aircraft in the Middle East

These attacks, coupled with the increase (albeit small) in US troops in the region signals a clear escalation of hostilities in an already hostile environment. This could be a series of desperate acts on the part of the Iranian regime if they are being threatened with harsh sanctions due to their continued pursuit of nuclear capabilities.

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Some training and practice thoughts.

It’s easy to get wrapped up in a square/flat range mentality in our training. Sometimes we have to stop and make sure we’re practicing things relevant to what we’ll be doing in a real 360 deg world....

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Canmunition: The Ammo Cache Answer?

I recent became aware of a new-ish product on the market from Global Ordnance call Canmunition. According to the “About” section on the website, Canmunition provides a completely sealed, waterproof, lightproof, oxygen-free...

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Repurposing Gear: The Power of Dye

On many sporting good websites (for me, SportsmanGuide comes to mind), we see a ton of military surplus mag shingles, backpacks, pouches, etc that can be had for cheap, giving you and your team to ability to outfit yourselves...

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