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When and Why You Need Body Armor

In recent years gun-related incidents and attacks have been on the rise. This poses the need for civilians, security personnel, military and law enforcement agents in the US to look into their options for body armor. While no vest is 100% bulletproof, it can significantly increase the wearer’s chances of survival in the event of […]

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2017 Stocking Stuffers For Preppers

2017 Stocking Stuffers For Preppers

Now that Thanksgiving is past, Christmas lights are starting to go up, and the Christmas music is blaring in all of the places that we shop. Thankfully, Amazon doesn’t blare Christmas carols at you when you shop on their site, parking isn’t a problem, and you don’t have to deal with crowds. Let’s look at […]

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3 Modern Cast Iron Skillets Worth Considering

When you hear the phrase “modern cast iron,” you probably think about the Lodge cast iron that’s sold at WalMart, Bass Pro, bigger grocery stores, and even some Texas gas stations in my neck o’ the woods. Lodge is the brand of cast iron that I first bought when I decided to buy a skillet […]

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Warm Winter Jackets

5 Super Warm Winter Jackets

Winter is coming (or already here for some of you) and dressing warmly sure makes it much easier to be productive out in the cold. Most of us have a favorite winter jacket. Mine is a light fleece that doesn’t see the light of day often because in Houston we don’t see real cold very […]

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Viking Axe and Indian Tomahawk

I know I’ll get some comments about a title of “Viking Axe and Indian Tomahawk”. Why am I not calling them Native Americans? Maybe the Vikings should be called Native Scandinavians? Come on, people!! There is no such thing as a “safe place” on this web site. But I will promise to be respectful to […]

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Hurricane Harvey 2017

Hurricane Harvey 2017

I’ve now lived through two hurricanes in Houston. Hurricane Ike 2008, and Hurricane Harvey 2017. Both were completely different experiences for me. Ike was a disaster, because I wasn’t prepared; Harvey was a breeze, because I was. Making it through a hurricane without personal tragedy is all about preparation. Pay attention to the changes in […]

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