Have you ever considered what it’s like to be hunted by other humans? In E&E2, we discuss trying to actually escape and some of the things you can expect.
There’s a trend in the edgier end of the tactical community to talk about improvised weapons. How much of it is realistic? Check us out for our answer.
There’s no shortage of ‘counter-custody’ courses teaching citizens how to escape captivity. Let’s discuss the best way to escape: planning and avoidance.
While blending in is an entirely reasonable goal, we discuss why so often the lip service paid to ‘being gray’ sells the concept woefully short.
Security during camps is largely unnecessary, but it can be excellent practice for emergencies. Avoid the pitfalls of learning about camp security ‘on the fly’.
Classes aren’t your opportunity to self-promote. If you show up underready as a student, or allow it as an instructor, you’re wrong. Here’s how to avoid that.
If you’re looking at anything more than a stroll through the woods with reasonably clean water, you need a real water filter.
Do you ever get tired of gun culture’s endless stream of cliches, anachronisms, and tropes? Yeah. Us too. Gut check the Dunning Kruger’s club.
Bugging out means becoming a refugee. Join us as we break it down Barney style for those who don’t understand just how dangerous bugging out is.
Bug out Vehicles buck the ISG trend of eye-rollingly bad concepts; they actually serve a dual purpose. Join us as we discuss the benefits of an Off-Road Rig.