Avoid MAWOL!

Heads Up! Avoid MAWOL

Great article on why we need to keep our heads out of our damn phones when in public places.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Hands On With Palmetto State Armory’s GF3 AK

Great write up by NC Scout on an American made AK that actually may be worth a damn.

Everyone who’s trained with me over the years knows I’m a BIG fan of the Kalashnikov. It’s just about everything you could ask for in a combat weapon; rugged, reliable, nearly idiot-proof, and as anyone who’s ever put metal in meat with it can tell you, effective. Over the years I’ve owned a large number…

via Hands On With Palmetto State Armory’s GF3 AK — American Partisan

No One Is Coming To Save You

No One Is Coming To Save You

 

With everything going on Virginia right now I thought this post was very relevant reading.

When you simplify the equation down regarding the safety of you and your family in a world that is quickly going to hell in a hand basket, this is the common denominator.

All you have to depend on is YOU and YOUR SKILLS, and those SKILLS include not only firearms but also empty hand, stick and knife.

Remember the most important word in GUNFIGHT is FIGHT!

If you don’t know, Learn How. If you do, Practice Regularly to Stay Sharp.

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!

Scenes from the November Advanced RTO

My buddy NC Scout runs some of the most practical and affordable prepper Comms courses around.

No Couch Commando bullshit here.

Check him out.

Stay Alert, Armed, Prepared and Dangerous!

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100_1147 Student’s excellent homemade Yagi.

100_1148 Class SOI on the whiteboard.

100_1149 Homebrew dual band Yagi.

100_1150 Students preparing to send a data burst via AndFLMsg over a Baofeng radio connected to their wire antenna.

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100_1152 Longwire in the trees. Hard to spot even when near it.

100_1153 Resistor terminating the ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ ends of the antenna.

100_1153 Using a zip-tie for strain relief.

100_1154 Longwire antenna is completely invisible.

100_1155 Long Wire with resistor. Note resistor terminating antenna at the base.

100_1156 Vertical Half Rhombic antenna built by students.

100_1157 Feedpoint of the Half Rhombic.

100_1158 Resistor terminated Half Rhombic.

100_1159 Homebrew Yagi deployed. All it needs is krylon.

100_1160 OPFOR spotted in the area.

100_1161 Digital messages have been received from the team in the field to the TOC and saved as a Notepad file to keep a visible record of the Team’s last known status.

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T-Minus 364 Days and Counting

Now is not the time to argue politics on the internet with strangers.

Now is the time to PREPARE.

Training, Training, Training!

 

With yesterday being Election Day 2019 for many state and local races across the country, it means that it is officially less than one year away from Election Day 2020 – November 3rd, 2020. 23 more words

via T-Minus 364 Days and Counting — American Partisan

7 Key Trauma Management Tips and Tools for the Armed Individual

Seven (7) Key Trauma Management Tips and Tools For the Armed Individual

 

This is a great read for the armed citizen.

Out of all the skills the armed citizen needs to keep razor sharp, trauma management tops the list only because it such a practical skill to have in your toolbox.

Think practically! What if one of your kids cuts himself at home OR you come upon a bad car wreck OR your elderly parent injures himself and is on blood thinners…the list is endless!

Get Training and Get Prepared! No Time Like the Present!

Stay Alert, Armed and Dangerous!