More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!

More Discipline Part 2 – Sight & Appearance!
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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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You Need More Discipline Part 1 – Smell

You Need More Discipline Part 1 – Smell
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You Need More Discipline Part 1 – SmellWell, it has finally happened. The thing we have all been preparing for has finally occurred and we all got to say a collective ‘I told you so.’ The grid has gone down, Sugar has hit the fan, and society as we know it as has begun to unravel. As a prepper, you are relatively unaffected though because you took the time to stockpile and store up supplies, you planted a garden, your solar panels are providing power and light to your home, and you don’t mind the smell of cooking outside on the grill or with a campfire as the kids are thinking of this as an adventure. Outside your home, however, things are not good. Read more “You Need More Discipline Part 1 – Smell”

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Reality Check Celebrating One Year Anniversary!

Reality Check Celebrating One Year Anniversary
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On this episode of Reality Check we are celebrating. Can you believe that Reality Check has been on the air for a year now? It’s true and we are celebrating with your topics. A few weeks ago I asked for input and ideas from you all for my anniversary show. I got a TON of ideas and will cover several of them on the show. This week’s show is about answering what motivated me to start the show, where do I see myself in a year, what events dos Reality Check look for to bug out, and any other questions that are posted in the chat room. I’ll talk about how the show got started, what motivated me to do it, where the name came from and the fact that we wanted to cover topics that make people think about hard subjects. Read more “Reality Check Celebrating One Year Anniversary!”

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Devoting Time to the Dry Run “Practice”

Devoting Time to the Dry Run “Practice”
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Devoting Time to the Dry Run "Practice"In this episode, we explore the importance of taking a dry run – a testing process “practice” to mitigate the effects of possible failure.

In most situations where Murphy’s Law comes into play you’ll need to pull out all the stops and dig deep to pull through. But why wait until the worst possible time to test your process, your gear or your skills? By taking a little time and having fun along the way you can learn the holes in your plan and the shortcomings before they become critical failures. Read more “Devoting Time to the Dry Run “Practice””

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10 survival tips you must to know!

10 survival tips you must to know

10 survival tips you must to knowIf you are going hiking and the path that you are about to take is not familiar for you, the first thing you need to do is to gather as much information as you can about the place. You will need to do an internet research and read hiking diaries and travel forums. In case you have a friend who has ever visited the destination, ask for their input. Make sure that you have a map to take along with you. On top of doing all this preparation, here is a survival guide to help you when lost in the wild. Read more “10 survival tips you must to know!”

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Off Grid Air-Conditioning!

Off Grid Air-Conditioning
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Off Grid Air-ConditioningOn this episode we are talking about off grid cooling. The ideal solution is to have enough solar or wind power that you can run a window unit or potable AC unit. However, we don’t all have that option. So this week we will be talking about some alternate cooling ideas that can be used in a grid-down scenario and are really cheap. Why do this? Because being grind down in the summer is going to suck. Anyone living in the summer heat and humidity that has had an air conditioner break knows what I am talking about. That AC stops working and your quality of life drops fast. We talk about some of the ancient ideas of using fans, airflow, and Read more “Off Grid Air-Conditioning!”

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Rabbit Shooting, Hunting Tips with a Ruger 10/22

Rabbit Shooting, Hunting Tips with a Ruger 10/22

Rabbit Shooting, Hunting Tips with a Ruger 10/22Let’s face it, not everyone has an entire weekend to go deer hunting. Young kids, people with limited land to hunt on, or even people who just don’t like sitting in a tree may still love hunting. Well, rabbit hunting is about as accessible as you can get.

Nearly everyone these days has the ubiquitous semi auto .22lr rifle. Usually a Ruger 10/22, but sometimes a Marlin model 60 or Savage Autoloader, whichever your pick there’s no reason to not grab your gun and get in the field. Read more “Rabbit Shooting, Hunting Tips with a Ruger 10/22”

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