Lifesaving Tactics Part 2: Kidnapping & Abduction!

Lifesaving Tactics Part 2: Kidnapping & Abduction
Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided

Lifesaving Tactics Part 2: Kidnapping & AbductionHow ya doing Team Gunmetal!! This episode of Gunmetal Armory, as we open the vault door to the Gunmetal Armory, we are discussing more tactics that will help you avoid life threatening situations, and if the worst does happen, keep you alive during that terrible situation. Avoiding the problem in the first place is usually the best tactic, and there are many factors involved in accomplishing that task. Read more “Lifesaving Tactics Part 2: Kidnapping & Abduction!”

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Communications Security!

Communications Security, Before, During and After SHTF
David A. Vine “All Hazards Communications Preparedness” Audio player below

Communications Security, Before, During and After SHTFEveryone with two eyes to see and two ears to hear knows how little (none?) privacy we have these days. Forrest Garvin, founder of Carolina Preppers Network and the newly formed PrepperNet organization is a computer security expert and former intelligence analyst. He’ll discuss various topics regarding Internet communications security (ComSec) including VOIP as well as various encryption techniques. Read more “Communications Security!”

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Home Security for Kids!

Home Security for Kids
Ryan Buford “The Next Generation” Audio player below

Home Security for KidsGrowing up in a typical American suburb, I remember our threats outside the front door were very different compared to today. There were some outside threats that are similar today, but not nearly as many. We could do simple, everyday things to prevent wolves from crossing the threshold and causing harm. I was raised on the cusp of the latchkey generation where both parents worked and kids were expected to fend for themselves after school until either parents got home. This came with a specific set of rules to be followed and not questioned. Read more “Home Security for Kids!”

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You Need More OPSEC Discipline Part 3

You Need More OPSEC Discipline Part 3
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

You Need More OPSEC Discipline Part 3In this week’s show, we are continuing our series on Sight, Smell, and Sound OPSEC discipline. Last week’s show was about minimizing or reducing the light that you give off as well as your appearance to others. If you missed that show, we covered no smoking or campfires, using a Dakota Hole or rocket stove, and how to conceal flashlights by using lenses or cat-eyeing them. Then, we touched on reflective surfaces and how to conceal the lights inside your house. Finally, we talked about your appearance and how you need to look thin and gaunt as well as making your home look unappealing. Read more “You Need More OPSEC Discipline Part 3”

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EDC, E&E, and SERE

EDC, E&E, and SERE
Host: Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided!

EDC, E&E, and SERE

Good day team gunmetal. On this episode we talk all about escape and evasion, survival evasion resistance and Escape, and everyday carry items that can help when you’re trying to escape from a dangerous situation or unlawful captivity. It’s not always the good guys who put you in handcuffs, or in any type of restraint. Depending on the type of restraint you’re dealing with, there are multiple ways to get out of each type of restraint. We’re going to go over all sorts of different types of restraints, what goes into using those restraints, and how to defeat these specific types of restraints. Read more “EDC, E&E, and SERE”

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More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!

More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!
Micheal Kline “Reality Check” Audio player below!

More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & AppearanceYou need more discipline and this week we are continuing with Part 2 of our series. Last week was smell and how to exercise more OPSEC on smoke, fire, cooking, and body odor. This week we begin covering sight and appearance. Specifically, we will be covering light and sight discipline. Meaning keeping light signatures low so as not to give away your position or capabilities in the fact that you have power or supplies for lighting. Another topic we are going to cover is how others might see you. Things like keeping your yard clean of trash in order to avoid attention or by putting certain trash out to make it looked like your house has already been looted. We will also cover ideas about how you and your family Read more “More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!”

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Shelter in place!

Shelter in place
Dane… “The Gunmetal Armory” Audio player provided!

Shelter in place

This week on the GunMetal Armory we’re going to talk about Shelter in place. Shelter in place is something that many different survival blogs and podcasts have addressed and it is something that is extremely important when it comes to any type of an emergency situation.

There are multiple facets to sheltering in place, but none of them are as important as defense. We have talked about fortifying your position before and how to keep your home safe, but sheltering in place has different problems with different solutions. Read more “Shelter in place!”

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