Centerfire Rifle Wounds

Centerfire Rifle Wounds


Not for the faint of heart, this is a very informative PICTORIAL article on what various calibers of Centerfire Rifle Rounds can do to soft targets, ie, human bodies.

Study Up and Prepare Accordingly.

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Medical Reference: Infectious Disease in the TEOTWAWKI World (Parts 1-6)

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*Stick this on a Flash Drive AND Make a Hard Copy for your FIELD BINDER.


Skill of the Week: Break Down a Door

Skill of the Week: Break Down a Door


An important part of manhood has always been about having the competence to be effective in the world — having the breadth of skills, the savoir-faire, to handle any situation you find yourself in.

With that in mind, each Sunday we’ll be republishing one of the illustrated guides from our archives, so you can hone your manly know-how week by week.

Kicking down a locked door is almost never the best way to open it.

Call a locksmith, pick the lock yourself, or attempt to crawl in a window.

But let’s say it’s an emergency. You’re in a burning house and you need to escape through a locked door. You can’t stand there fiddling with the lock! What to do? Break down that door! You know you’ve always wanted to.

Illustration by Ted Slampyak


The Surveillance State: Cell phone Surveillance, Can They Hear You Now?


It’s safe to assume our readers fall into one of two groups: you know your cell phone tracks you constantly without your permission, or you’re unaware of the potentially serious privacy risks from the neat little device in your pocket. Being in the latter category doesn’t make you wrong — most people tend not to think about things that haven’t affected their lives yet, or dwell on dangers they believe are outside their control. However, when you’re in a particular line of work, the thoughts and ideas mentioned above constantly run through your mind. As writers in this industry, we often joke about being on government watch lists, but those jokes lose their humor when Big Brother may actually be watching.