Magazine Maintenance for the AR-15 By Glen Zediker The magazine is a part of the rifle, and it’s a moving part. The magazine feeds the daggone thing its rounds so it can fire its bullets. That’s how important the magazine is. This is a follower. A whole line of them....Read more
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Make Your Own Fish Cage Trap By Brandon from Ready Store Fish traps are as old as humans themselves. They date back to pre-historic hunter gatherer groups, and like many primitive tools, remain perfectly useful to this day. A stout fish trap offers a fisherman many similar advantages that land-based...Read more
Here was an interesting article found at the survivalistblog.net site. it was written by a contributor “guest” writer. He recounts his personal story and how it can be relevant to you. CHEERS! Dealing with medical emergencies solo: when it’s necessary to stitch up your own wound, pull out your own...Read more
How to Build an Emergency Shelter By Brandon from Ready Store When you need to find a site to build an emergency shelter, you need to consider a few key elements to ensure your survival. Whenever possible, use existing terrain for shelter – look for hills you can camp between,...Read more
Freeze-Dried Food vs Dehydrated By Lexi from Ready Store A lot of people use the terms dehydrated and freeze-dried like they are the same thing. However, there are some major differences between dehydrated and freeze-dried food storage. Don’t worry, we’re going to help you understand those differences. The Dehydration Process...Read more