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.

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.


Blood-Type and NKA Patches: Worthwhile or “Tacticool”?

Blood-Type and NKA Patches: Worthwhile or “Tacticool”?


Greg Ellifritz over at A.R.T. made a comment on this that I agree with 100%: Regardless of what type you have written/ patched/ or stickered, the ER is still going to type your blood before administering. Simply to help avoid that liability. They have no way of knowing if you borrowed the boots/ jacket/ body armor bearing the blood-type patch. Hospital, blood typing is apparently a pretty routine and swift process.

This is a classic example of a piece of practical military warfighter kit that migrated over to the civilian/LE world where it does not have as much validity.


Med Corner: The Basics of IV Fluids for Emergency Scenarios



Disclaimer: This is meant to be a brief overview and not a detailed guide on IVs. Please seek qualified medical training before attempting any of these steps. 


If you are not budgeting for Annual Training from Reputable Folks in Civilian Field/Trauma Medical you are cutting yourself way short.


Stuck Pig Medical

Lone Star Medics


DTG’s 2021 Updated 10 Week (If You’re Lucky) Plan to Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenario



DTG’s 2021 Updated 10 Week (If You’re Lucky) Plan to Prepare for the Worst-Case Scenario


This is an excellent Get Your Shit Together and Your Head out of Your Ass article!

To reiterate the most important point:

TIME is of the essence and everything mentioned is going to be harder to obtain and more expensive as time goes by, so ACT NOW!

Gathering weapons and supplies is very important but even more important is HAVING A PLAN and TRAINING!

Here are a few articles in my File Cabinet that might help you:


  1. The 5 Gun Theory (In Choosing Firearms)

  2. Is your Blow Out Kit Stocked and Ready? (Medical/Field Trauma)

  3. Outfitting your GO-RIG (Fighting Rig)


Stop wasting TIME and start PREPARING!