How To Siphon Fuel

How to Siphon Fuel

It’s funny, 30 years ago you would not have had to publish an article like this because it was such common knowledge. Now, because of the internet and “technology” we have an entire generation of people who have lost common sense skill sets like these.

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Caching With PVC

CACHING WITH PVC

Practical knowledge for the forward thinking guerilla.

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Three Ways To Escape Zip-Ties: An Illustrated Guide

Three Ways To Escape Zip-Ties: An Illustrated Guide

 

Practical knowledge for your toolbox.

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How to Find Hidden Cameras in Your Hotel Room

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How to Find Hidden Cameras In Your Airbnb or Hotel Room

As the world grows more and more technical, this is a Good piece of practical information to have in your toolbox.

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Tactical Medicine: Hemorrhage Control about Pressure, Not Absorption

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7 Signs a Weapon is Being Concealed

7 Signs A Weapon Is Being Concealed That You Should Know

Extremely practical knowledge every armed and unarmed citizen needs to know.

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Armed Church Security in Colonial America

Great, informative Read!

Gun Culture 2.0

In my recent review of Clayton Cramer’s book, Lock, Stock, and Barrel: The Origins of American Gun Culture, I noted that the armed church security that I have just begun examining is not new.

Of course, like gun culture itself, church security has changed dramatically over the years. In Colonial America, Cramer shows, church security was often mandated by law in connection with militia service.

Hence, a 1619 statute in the Virginia colony not only required church attendance, but also that “all suche as beare armes shall bring their pieces, swords, pouder and shotte” with them, under penalty of a 3 shilling fine (p. 2). This was phrased in 1623 to require that “all men that are fittinge to beare arms, shall bring their pieces to the church,” a requirement that Cramer says was restated in a 1738 statute (p. 2).

This approach was not limited to the southern colonies…

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