Last week, I finished the fourth and final installment of the Defensive Handgun series at Sig Sauer Academy. Senior instructor Scott Reidy taught us how to survive a deadly-force encounter armed with a handgun. He ran us through the same movement drills he planned on using the following day instructing a Massachusetts State Police team.
You are walking down the street with a friend. A shot is fired. The two of you duck behind the nearest cover and you pull out your smartphone. A map of the neighborhood pops up on its screen with a large red arrow pointing in the direction the shot came from.
Which side of the door do you want to be on when tragedy strikes? Why are underground fortresses being built to protect the ruling elite? What do they know that you don’t? For a long-term survival solution watch this video.
Emergency planning comes in many forms. The most recent blue-chip report on emergency planning I have read followed the recent terrorist bombings in Boston.
Apple has confirmed they are working on a new 128GB iPad. That much memory on a tablet is great for setting up massive portable libraries of information. For survivalists, such a device could be a lifesaver.
As of this morning, I am personally involved with school security. A day does not pass that I am not concentrating on the personal as well financial security of my family and clients. In light of the recent Connecticut tragedy, I want to give you information that will allow you and your community to be […]
You may find it surprising, but some of the most important lessons I learned at a handgun course at Sig Sauer Academy in Exeter, New Hampshire, had nothing to do with shooting a handgun.
Why is it that crises mostly strike at night when you are most vulnerable and least prepared to act? Due to the recent super-storm Sandy, millions lost power in a flash. It has now been weeks rather than days, and I am hearing that it may be December or even January before power is returned […]
The devastation along the New Jersey, New York and Connecticut coastlines is terrifying. Sandy targeted the nation’s most densely populated area and ravaged its infrastructure. And yet it could have been even worse if Sandy had been a category 5 hurricane. So what did survivalists learn from Sandy? Here are our top five takeaways from […]
Last week, we told you about the power of coal as a survival fuel. We promised you a second survival essential, and today we’ll share it with you.