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Part 4: Thinking for Security, Thinking to Live

 Part 4 in P2Ps Blog series where we continue the discussion on preparing for the worst case scenario. No one is coming to your rescue.

The Daily Routine and Who Knows It

In general humans give away far too much information to complete strangers.  If you’ve ever traveled by air, you will know ex...

5 Things to Know About CO2 Airsoft

Elite Force Evan is back with 5 facts you need to know about CO2 powered airsoft replicas.

 

 

Here are 5 things to know about your CO2 airsoft replica.  But first, never brandish your airsoft replica in public, and only play at sanctioned airsoft fields.

Number 1: When loading new CO2 into your...

Let’s Be Honest Here, You Aren’t Ready or Prepared. Part Three of the multi-blog series on the concepts and practices of preparedness
Despite working in the gun industry, one of my biggest passions is for things with wheels. Cars, trucks, 4x4s, tractors, ATV’s, motorcycles– if it rolls via dead dinosaur juice, I am interested in it. Especially if older and in need of a little TLC to bring back to life.
Do You Have A Plan? Part two of the multi-blog series on the concepts and pracatices of preparedness.
Blanche DuBois in Tennessee Williams’ play A Streetcar Named Desire says, “I’ve always depended on the kindness of strangers.” Is that really a plan for getting by in life? The obvious answer is no. Given the degradation that seems to be going on in American society, the kindness of strangers has been replaced by apathy and voyeurism. At best you can hope, if someone happens to stop by your emergency, they will pull out their phone and start videoing the situation. This might not be the case everywhere, but in urban environments, it is becoming more and more evident that no one is coming to your rescue. Getting by on dumb luck or the kindness of strangers is not a game plan thriving let alone surviving when the punches start to swarm on you.
Who Is Coming To Your Rescue? The first blog in a multi-part series on the concepts and practices of preparedness.

 

Some people are really lucky. Some people have no idea how lucky they really are.  I’ve heard it said that some people would rather be lucky than good.  I don’t get it. Who really wants to leave something easy and important up to chance, up to fate, up to dumb luck? What if it means your life? 

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