Opinion: What are prototactics?

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Badlands Fieldcraft

I’ve spent the better part of the last couple years (to be honest tactics and strategy have always been a big interest of mine) studying small unit tactics from different perspectives in an attempt to discern those that might be practical for today’s concerned citizens, including myself. I wanted to go beyond the typical self defense tactics though, and delve into something deeper, and maybe more taboo.

Popular culture and politicians want the “regular” (I use this term loosely, since many of the men I’ve trained with are anything but regular) guys to think tactics and tactical training are reserved for those in the employ of such “elites”, and “regular” guys don’t have any use for them. They want “regular” guys to think that if they find themselves interested in such things, they are hobbyists, LARPers, or “doomsday preppers” and that they have no practical need for such knowledge or…

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Natural Cures: 5 Science-Backed Wound Healers found in Nature

5 Science-Backed Wound Healers Found in Nature

 

Two things to have around that can save your life: Big Jar of good, local Honey and an Aloe Vera Plant.

Think Practical, Live Simply and Prepare Accordingly.

 

Practical Prepping: Winter is Coming: Surviving and Thriving

Winter is Coming: Surviving and Thriving

 

Really practical article on preparing for another COLD Winter.

Don’t be a Lazy Schmuck and Wait!

Begin to Prepare Now while there is Supply.

My Short-List:

  1. (2) Indoor Kerosene Heaters, Extra Wicks, Camp Lighters, 20 Gallons of Kerosene, (4) 5 Gallon Kerosene Blue Cans, Fuel Stabilizer.

  2. RV Anti-Freeze (for indoor toilets) Gas-Line Anti-Freeze (for vehicles) (2) Cans of De-Icer

  3. Window Insulation Shrink Kit (To Insulate all Windows)

  4. Minus -20F Sleeping Bags for all Family Members

  5. Have Thermal Underwear, Balaclavas, Heavy Insulated Jackets and Blankets for All Family members to Maintain body heat.

Packing a Ruck 101

How to Pack a Rucksack 

 

Always, Always, Always follow the basics of Combat Loading!

Don’t make yourself dig through your spare underwear and personal hygiene items to get to your spare ITK or ammo!

Let Common Sense and Practicality Rule the Day!