Since the publishing of Tactical Social Media, I haven’t been able to shake that atmosphere of thought. Perhaps part of me knew that I hadn’t pieced together all the parts…
Slaying the sacred cows of bad information, one article at a time
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.
Climate change is this generations ‘Cold War’. Find out why you should stop listening to the politicized hype, and approach the topic with reason.
In this article, we discuss the myth that you can’t have too many guns, how the guns you have are useful only if used with proficiency and maturity.
Ever worried about the Yellowstone Caldera blowing it’s top? We’ve got some solid information on why you should give eruptions serious thought.
EMP has been a boogieman for preppers and survivalists for years. Did you know it’s largely outdated and based on fiction? We bring out the science. Check it.
Ever wondered why it’s not a great idea to strap a gun to your baby, and your baby to your chest? Neither did we until we saw Mike Warren. Here’s…
There are some practices that are deeply rooted in problematic tactics. We look at the “Tactical Wobble” today, and why it’ll get you killed.
There’s some silly junk out there with guys training to use their knife and firearm in a close range fight – at the same time. Why is that bad practice?
There have been a rash of videos lately from Brazil to Africa showing firearms training with guys forward of the firing line. What should we make of this taboo?
In something that should be self-explanatory, we tackle the topic of why you should -under no circumstances- train specifically to maim other humans.
Radiation is one of those threats that is universally feared, and for good reason. We spoke to nuclear Engineer Rick H. to separate the truth from the SciFi.
One in Four Americans report to having suffered a concussion, but not nearly that amount know what to do about it.
The case of Mark and Patricia McCloskey have one dramatic lesson to be learned – if you’re not discussing security with your family, you’re wrong.