Emergency preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent

Archery vs firearms for SHTF weapons

Which do you think would be better if society collapsed, firearms or bows/arrows? I thought I knew before but now I’m not so sure.

Rethinking the best home defense weapons: a look at the .22

To defend your home, you need to be able to stop an attacker. In order to stop him, you need to hit him or to make him want to leave. We’ve been told for years that you need to have a big gun with a big bullet that can pierce through armor in order to defend your home. Who are you defending yourself against, Spetnaz? Let’s get real for a minute.

Should preppers have guns?

Choosing to have a gun or not to defend yourself is for some reason a controversial issue with some people. It really shouldn’t be. There are things you should do first though before you go and get one. I lay it all out in this article for you.

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