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Run! Seriously, if a handgun is pointed at you and there are more than 30 feet between you and the gunman, do not let him get any closer. Run in zig-zag as much as possible. At that distance, even seasoned

Headlines were screaming panic. The old man was prepared and working on the computer when the phone rang. As has become a necessity, the number on the phone I.D. was examined. An old friend, trusted and proven, was on

The MantisX connects to the accessory rail or magazine base plate of any firearm. It’s sensors report the movement of the firearm, describe your trigger pull and coach you for better performance. Works with rifles or pistols in live fire,

Recent analysis shows that online ammunition retailer,, has seen a significant increase in conversions and sales since February 23, 2020. The company reports that this surge corresponds with the public concern regarding the COVID-19 virus. According to Google Trends, starting on February 23,

Something that I’ve been told for years is, “Ox…you’re not normal.” One example of that is that when I was a junior or senior in high school, while my classmates were writing papers on relatively tame topics, I wrote a

The pocket flashlight wars are in full bloom and lucky for consumers competition breeds better products at better prices. Today's piece of Every Day Carry is one of the newest offerings from a company we featured here before on the

Emergency preparedness for kids and what they should take for themselves in case of an emergency. It's important to know not only what to take but how to use them!

Lake Forest, Ill. (January 16, 2020) — PepperBall®, the leader in non-lethal defense, unveils the new Compact launcher for the consumer market. This single-shot launcher is modernizing the pepper spray category. It is small, light to carry on the go and is

Create a Basic Emergency Field Kit with Nicole Apelian so you can survive and thrive!

There are lots of creative ways to repurpose stuff that you have laying around. Recently I got fascinated with the concept of a bag that allowed both trauma items and spare ammo. Since then I've made a couple and sent