Homesteading and Survivalism

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Review: Frankford Arsenal Universal Hand Deprimer
PSA Freedom Rifle vs. Mini-14
Five Things For a Remote Bug Out Location
Export of American Guns About to Get Easier
What Can Glock Do To Innovate?

CMMG Adds the 22 Nosler to Mk4 Rifle Line
Aimpoint Officially Introduces the CompM5 Sight
Belarusian PDW Concept called Humble-Bee
Too Dangerous to Live? ICSR, Cancellation, and Vulture Marketeering
Japanese DEVTAC Ronin Ballistic Helmet

Dr Strange review

Dr. Strange is probably the best Marvel movie to date. I used to think the first Iron Man was the best, but Dr. Strange blows Iron Man out of the water. The story line is perfect. The plot building is perfect. The acting is perfect. The special effects are perfect. There are a couple of […]

Stoves for bugging out

In the prepping community, there is a lot of focus on stoves for a bug out bag, while stoves for events such as natural disasters are overlooked. A stove for an individual bug out bag is different than a family sized stove. Do you need a two burner store, one burner stove, propane fuel, liquid […]

Random thoughts October 26 2016

I am 48 years old, getting close to turning 49.  Life has not gone anywhere near like what I wanted.  A large part of that is my own fault.  When I graduated high school I went into the work force rather than joining the military or going to college.  The older I get the more […]

Thrunite TN4A Flashlight Review

Up until a few months ago I had never heard of Thrunite. The leaders of the high quality flashlight pack are names like Surefire and Streamlight. Those guys better up their game because Thrunite is offering a quality product at a very affordable price. Full disclosure: I received the Thrunite TN4A at no cost to […]

Watchmen The Sound of Silence

The watchmen, released in 2009 is a superhero movie of such epic proportions it is somewhat difficult to describe. Is it a love story, maybe a war story, vigilante story, underdog story, or maybe all of them? There are so many parallel plots going that there is no lack of action or lack story. The […]

Life in a medieval castle

If you have ever wondered what life in a medieval castle was like, this is the book for you. Joseph and Frances Gies describes in great detail everything from how, why and when castles were first built, their evolution and finally their decline. While reading life in a medieval castle I sometimes forgot this was […]

Building a railroad track anvil

Rather than buying an anvil, I decided to build one out of a piece of track and tie plate I found in my grandfathers old barn. The barn is maybe 75 – 100 years old and has various pieces of farm equipment in and around it. There are various examples on youtube of railroad track […]

Mama guinea with her keets

Guineafowl are loud, not as friendly as chickens, not very smart, but for some reason they are fun to have around the farm. In late summer of 2015 I got a dozen guineas along with some chicks. Over the course of the next few months 4 of the guineas went missing or died. I found […]

CNN cuts feed when WikiLeaks is brought up

Interview is going on with Rep. Chris Collins, he brings up wikileaks, feed it cut in a matter of seconds. This is not the first time CNN has been caught censoring the news.  How can the people expect a fair and balanced election when major media outlets are censoring the news?  How are people supposed […]

Snake while filming flashlight review

While walking along a creek taking stock pictures for a Thrunite flashlight review I heard leaves rustling behind me.  I turned around and saw a snake slithering down the bank and into the creek. Upon reaching the water the snake stopped and was looking straight at me. I have heard that the water moccasin (cotton […]

Blacksmith Essentials

A buddy of mine has been talking about getting into blacksmithing. This got me to thinking, why not get into it myself? I have a poor mans anvil that has been laying around the farm. Awhile back a large hickory tree and large pin oak fell on the back of the property. I have the […]

Farm welding basics

While bush hogging through some heavy brush the front of the tractor ran into a limb and broke a weld on the radiator guard. The brush guard frame is inch and a quarter angle iron with perforated steel making the actual guard. This is probably the second or third time the weld has broke. The […]

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