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How to Load Ammunition

Posted: 18th October 2013 by Michael Levanduski in Home Security, How To, Survival Gear & Weapons, Weapons & Ammunition
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If you enjoy shooting, but hate having to constantly pay top dollar for your ammunition, or if you want to be prepared for a time when ammunition is no longer available to purchase at the stores, you need to learn how to load your own ammunition.  This is a fairly simple process, and it can save you a significant amount of money.  Once you get the hang of it, you can turn out a lot of ammunition fairly quickly.  This can allow you to enjoy shooting much more often, or even sell this ammunition to other firearms enthusiasts in the area. Preparing the Casings The first thing you need to do is gather up empty casings from existing ammunition.  The […]

Choosing a Hunting Rifle

Posted: 4th October 2013 by Michael Levanduski in Hunting & Trapping, Survival Gear & Weapons, Weapons & Ammunition
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Whether you’re an experienced hunter or looking to go out for the first time, choosing a hunting rifle can be difficult.   Walking through a sporting goods store will most likely leave you even more confused because there is a seemingly endless number of different options to choose from.  These guns come in a wide range of different sizes, materials, prices, looks and feels.  You can find a rifle that shoots a variety of different types of ammo, or one which takes only specific types. Taking the time to make sure you choose the right hunting rifle is extremely important.  If you take care of this weapon, it will last you many years.  When choosing a hunting rifle, don’t be afraid […]

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Big Sis needs more ammunition – this time for training   James Smith pprnnews.prepperpodcast.com April 17, 2012   The Federal Government has a hunger for tax money, resources, and ammunition. We reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), led by Janet Napolitano, awarded munitions manufacturer a five year contract for 450 million rounds of .40 caliber ammunition, two years after awarding Winchester munitions a five year contract for 200 million rounds .40 caliber ammunition. This last Friday, DHS officials have put a bid out for even more ammunition, this time for the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC). The FLETC is headquartered at Glynco, Ga., near the port city of Brunswick, halfway between Savannah, Ga., and Jacksonville, Fla. and operates two other […]

Top 5 Weapons For Surviving 2012

Posted: 7th April 2012 by Preppers in Survival Gear & Weapons

Top 5 Weapons For Surviving 2012 Keep in mind that crowbars are generally used in hand-to-hand combat situations. Ideally, threats should not be allowed to come that close. A crowbar should be viewed as a valuable tool that can be used as a weapon in emergencies. 12 Gauge Shotgun Infected animals could be a major concern during an apocalypse. The best method of neutralizing dangerous animals is treating them as though they are rabid. Take care to avoid bites from infected animals. This PoliceOne.com article establishes that the best weapon for effectively killing a dangerous animal is a 12 gauge shotgun. Use a military-grade shotgun slug rather than buckshot to cause immediate, fatal damage. Depending on the slug used, a […]

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  Keep in mind that crowbars are generally used in hand-to-hand combat situations. Ideally, threats should not be allowed to come that close. A crowbar should be viewed as a valuable tool that can be used as a weapon in emergencies. 12 Gauge Shotgun Infected animals could be a major concern during an apocalypse. The best method of neutralizing dangerous animals is treating them as though they are rabid. Take care to avoid bites from infected animals. This PoliceOne.com article establishes that the best weapon for effectively killing a dangerous animal is a 12 gauge shotgun. Use a military-grade shotgun slug rather than buckshot to cause immediate, fatal damage. Depending on the slug used, a 12 gauge shotgun may even be able to take […]

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All: I had this article passed to me and find it well worth passing along. Stay safe, best wishes, good luck, and God bless America. Oh, and keep your powder dry.   BTAR JG   Introduction From The Sender:   Interesting take and one you don’t hear much. . . . . . As the Supreme Court hears arguments for and against the Chicago, IL Gun Ban, I offer you another stellar example of a letter (written by a Marine) that places the proper perspective on what a gun means to a civilized society.   Read this eloquent and profound letter and pay close attention to the last paragraph of the letter…     The Gun is Civilization   by […]