March 2, 2015


Aftermath – Tables Turning

Aftermath Episode 21 Tables Turning You can see the full series of this fictional story here. They stopped about an hour outside of camp along the banks of the creek to fill their canteens and rest for a short while.  Everyone, even Delmar, seemed weary from the mission and the hike that followed.  The sun […]

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February 25, 2015


GAT-TAC Flash Hider System

GAT-TAC, Inc. is announcing the release of a new innovation in flash hider technology.  The GAT-TAC Flash Hider System (FHS) replaces current static flash hiders with a dynamic unit that is capable of multiple functions. The GAT-TAC .223 caliber FHS includes a GT-1 adapter that is installed in the same manner as a standard flash […]

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February 24, 2015


23 Things You Must Know To Can Meat Safely

Meat is one of those things that people tend to be the most scared to try canning. Food poisoning can be a very serious matter. I don’t blame anyone who approaches preserving meats with trepidation. I was the same way when I first started canning! My biggest fear was that I would do something wrong […]

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February 19, 2015

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Best Gun For Women – Some Things To Consider

Women consider different things than men when we shop for clothes, shoes, pets, cars, houses…and guns.  We’re just built different.  So, what should a woman consider when gun shopping for the first time? Why are you buying it?  Is this a pistol that you’re going to carry with you for personal defense, a hunting rifle, […]

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February 18, 2015

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How To Make Fire From Wild Tinder

Modern man stands in direct opposition against the wild. We are creatures of order, and habit, and similitude. The wilderness is chaos, a force guided by only two principles; dominance and growth. And man, having long ago relinquished the natural survival tools of a good predator in favor of a bigger, better brain, not only […]

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February 17, 2015


Defeat Garden Pests With This Easy Trick

I pulled out the remains of summer’s snake beans from one of my garden beds and was amazed by the sight that met my eyes. The roots were a horrid, knotty mass of distorted lumps. Nematodes. In the spring the beans had done excellently so I planted a second round in the same area. It grew […]

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