by Bill H - Firearms Review Editor Col. Jeff Cooper was a proponent of modern marksmanship and gun handling. Many people in the gun world are familiar with his shooting school and the techniques that he championed. Many today use his color code system to signify threat levels and he will always be known as an advocate of the M1911 in .45ACP. One of his pet projects was … [Read more...] about Ruger Gunsite Scout Rifle Review: What You Need To Know
Geo S, Imagine waking up to the news that there is an impending nuclear bomb threat right in your area, or turning on the radio to an extreme weather warning urging everyone to evacuate the city. How prepared are you? If you have a bug out bag for yourself or your whole family, you probably feel prepared, but there is still the question of finding shelter from the elements and … [Read more...] about Bugging Out in an RV
by Firearms Review Editor Bill H Modular guns appear to be a new concept, however, they have been around quite some time in various forms. From the carbine variant of a service rifle carried by a cavalryman to the Thompson/Center Contender with its myriad of barrel options, the ability to interchange parts of a gun or offer a different take on the same gun has been a desirable … [Read more...] about One Awesome Sig: SIG Sauer P250 Review
by Bob Harris Regardless of the “what-if” scenarios you are preparing for, having a stash of tangible precious metals like gold or silver is likely a wise decision, but which one makes the most sense? Like any investment decision, the first question you should ask yourself is “Why?”. What is the purpose for this investment? For purposes of this discussion, we are considering … [Read more...] about Preppers: Silver or Gold – Which Should It Be?
By Firearms Review Editor Bill H In the gun world, like life, the simplest solution is usually best. For many years, the go-to gun for concealment, carry, and home defense has been the double action revolver chambered in .38 Special. Smith and Wesson is probably the best-known revolver maker and has set the standard to which others are compared. Their line of two inch … [Read more...] about Smith and Wesson 642 Review – Is It Still A Viable Option For Concealed Carry?
by Prepared Grammy I have only been a beekeeper for about four years, but I vividly remember wanting bees when I was five years old. My grandma would take me to get honey from a beekeeper in town. I would walk to the hives and watch the bees while my sisters were too scared to get out of the car. Freddy, the beekeeper, would warn me that I was going to get stung, but I didn’t … [Read more...] about How to Keep Bees: A Beginner’s Guide to Backyard Beekeeping
by Kelly Shepherd In any survival scenario, finding food can be the difference between living and dying. Without food, you starve — your mind begins to hallucinate and your body begins to wither. Therefore, every survivalist and person should have a basic knowledge of finding food in the wilderness, whether that is fishing, hunting, trapping or foraging. Or better yet, all … [Read more...] about The Ultimate Guide to Surviving: Finding Food Edition – Squirrels and Rabbits
by Bill With the rise in concealed carry, there have been a number of compact 9mm Parabellum (Luger) (9x19) pistols to enter the market. Ruger’s entry into this market, the LC9, has become a major competitor in its niche and spawned a number of follow-on models since introduction On its surface, the LC9 greatly resembles the Grendel and Kel-Tec compact pistols. The bobbed … [Read more...] about Review of the Ruger LC9 – What You Need To Know