Do you make these 3 Firearms Training Mistakes?

As a responsible firearm owner, you know how important it is to train with your firearm on a regular basis. It makes it more fun to shoot by yourself, more fun when you’re shooting with others, and it could just make the difference between going home or to the hospital in a lethal force encounter. […]

New Years Resolution : Prepper Style

Welcome to Survive The Coming Collapse newsletter, brought to you by the Journal of Tactics and Preparedness—If you haven’t signed up for the Journal of Tactics and Preparedness yet, I want to encourage you to do so right now.  It is the best source available for continual cutting edge tactical and preparedness training and, during […]

Rifle Dry Fire Drills For Hunting Season

Hunting season is coming up fast and if you’re a hunter, like me, you’re getting a little bit excited.  I’m spending more time looking for spoor, I’m keeping my range finder close by, and I’m headed out this week to freshen up the batteries in my cameras and check the memory cards. And, if you’ve […]

Gear Reviews: Petzl Zipka, GoalZero Nomad Guide 10, shooting apps

Today, I’m going to share 2 tools that I use on a daily basis that I KNOW you could benefit from and 3 others that I love that you MAY have a use for, depending on how tech savvy you are. I’ll start off with the flashlights/headlamps that my wife and I use every single […]

News For Preppers November 14, 2012: Ban Move On All Assault Rifles, Single-Prayer System, Russian Hackers Beaten at Own Game, Drivers Questioned On Guns at Fed. Checkpoint

Market Daily News, By Mac Slavo Senator Dianne Feinstein Moves To Ban ALL Assault Rifles, High Capacity Magazines, and Pistol Grips   WND, By Bob Unruh Obamacare poised to create single-payer system   WND, By Steve Elwart Russian hackers beaten at their own game   Infowars, By Paul Joseph Watson Drivers Questioned On Guns At […]

Improvised Weapon You Can Find Almost Anywhere

Welcome to this week’s Urban Survival Newsletter, sponsored by Jeff Anderson’s course on Extreme Survival Weapons  In it, Jeff talks about how to improve purpose built weapons that you already have, alternative weapons that are likely to escape confiscation, building your own weapons, and improvised weapons.  With that in mind, I wanted to write about […]

Glocks, Grip Angles, and Picking Handguns for Combat & Self Defense

I like Glocks.  That statement is guaranteed to divide the audience.  If you didn’t know, Glocks are a polarizing brand in firearms.  Like I said, I like them.  In fact, I’ve got 5 firearms that are either Glocks or based on the Glock and take Glock magazines (KelTec Sub 2000s). They’re reliable, accurate, and my experience carrying and […]

National Concealed Carry Reciprocity, Smoking Turkey, LaRue Tactical Day At The Range

Welcome to this week’s Urban Survival Newsletter, brought to you by my monthly print newsletter, The Lamplighter Report. This week, we’re going to talk about the National Right To Carry Reciprocity Act, new DHS guidelines, smoked turkey, and LaRue Tactical. National Right To Carry Reciprocity Act passes the House! On Wednesday, November 16th, the US […]

FEMA Detention Camps & Gun Confiscation

Welcome to this week’s Urban Survival Newsletter, brought to you by Jeff Anderson’s Social Chaos Survival Guide. Here’s a question that I get fairly often: “There’s a violent knocking at door followed by command to open door and evict the premises by at least 5 uniformed armed military personal (not necessarily U.S. troops) possibly United […]

Improvised Weapons, The Election, and finding like-minded preppers

**As a note, the 5-Nov-10 notification email had a link to this page.  The correct page for the Quantitative Easing article is here:  secretsofurbansurvival.com/489/what-quantitative-easing-means-for-you/ Welcome to this week’s Urban Survival Newsletter, brought to you by Tim Larkin’s Target Focus Training and UrbanSurvivalPlayingCards.com.  This week, we’re going to talk about tactics for using everyday items to […]