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Hickok45 Channel Terminated – Attack on Gun Channels?

First Look – Ruger American Pistol – Glock Competition?

2015 – Guns & Politics Year in Review – G&G Podcast

Defensive Shotgun – Hogue 12″ LOP Stock – Home Defense

Defensive Shotgun – Length of Pull Importance & Stance

3 Knives Everyone Should Own (Preppers Too)

Custom Restoration – Stevens 67 E – Home Defense

SOE Velcro Shotgun Card – Review & Shooting – Home Defense

Safety for Freedom & More – G&G Podcast

Fox News ….. Go F**k Yourself!

Rep. Loretta Sanchez ….. Go F**k Yourself!

A.G. Loretta Lynch …… Go F**k Yourself!

Outrage Culture – Liberals Eating Their Own

Budget Prepper Tip #1 (B.O.B. Sized)

Mossberg 500 vs Remington 870 – Which is Better?

Gun Unions, Viewer Q’s & GOP Debate – G&G Podcast

MTV, Go F**k Yourself!

Mossberg 500 vs Maverick 88

Building a Budget Defensive Shotgun

Obama Encourages Mass Killers

Mass Shootings, Gun Control & More – G&G Podcast

F** You Obama (Explicit)

Secession, Russians & Giveaway – Continental Divide : Forgotten

Gun Owners Restricting Guns

Every 2nd Matter – Pro Gun Advocacy

Liberal Pussies or Scared Gun Owners?

FIREClean, Fake Bombs, GOP Debate & More

G&G Podcast – Gun Quality & Manufacturer Ratings

Bug Out Bag Basics

Ultimately when it comes to determining what should be in your Bug Out Bag, or BOB, will depend on you personally and your situation and needs, but if your just begining to look into putting together a BOB here are some items you might take into consideration.

Fixed Blade Knife – This should be of good quality with at least a 4 1/2″ blade

Flashlight – Good quality with extra batteries

Fire starting materials – This could be matches, lighter, fire steel, lighter fluid, cotton or other starter material, or any combination thereof

Chopping tool – This could be a thick durable machete or hachet or some other qualified tool

Duct tape – At least 20ft

550 Para-cord – At least 100ft

Water purification – This could be a small filtration system, purification tablets, strei-pen or any good purification system

Water container

3 Days of food – This should be something like freeze dried packets, jerky, MRE’s or any stable food that requires little to no preperation

Compass – Good quality

One set of Two-Way Radios

Extra Clothing and Footwear


Small tool kit – Keep it simple, a couple of small screwdrivers, an adjustable wrench and a pair of plyers

Emergency Radio – Small pocket emergency radio with headphones

Med-Kit – This should cover the basics of first-aid and trauma care, gauze, tape, blood-clotter (QuickClo or Hem-Con), tylenol, ibuprophen, asprin, antibiotic ointment, alcohol swabs, rubber gloves, tourniquet and suture kit

Now of course this list doesn’t cover everything and depending on your needs your kit may be much more involved than this, but these are the basics and a good place to start when putting together a BOB.

Doomsday Preppers Review

Just the term “Doomsday Preppers” elicits all kinds of horrible images to the imagination, and rightfully so. This was after all I believe the intent of the producers and creators of the new National Geographic Channel’s show on the prepping phenomenon that is sweeping the nation.

The show itself, from the opening voiceover and imagery to the dramatic music, is intended to show preppers in a shocking light. Now to try and figure out wether this is done to draw criticism or admiration of the preppers on the show is missing the point. The point is to gain viewership through “shock and awe” by highlighting the seemably extreme nature of the prepping lifestyle.

In the two premier episodes that aired Tuesday night there were a large variety of different prepping lifestyles, points of view, theories about what to prep for and personalities. This made for a very entertaining show and one that I see gaining popularity at least for the first season. But the question is, what light does this put preppers in?

I ask this question as a prepper myself and I think the answer is a little more complicated than a simple good or bad. The preppers taking part in the first two episodes varried greatly when it comes to personality and motivation for prepping. Some seemed very normal and down to earth with good reasons for deciding to prepare for possible bad times and others seemed just a little too far out there for me.

I think this combination will ultimately serve to bring a balance to the show (if done right) that will give an overall unbiased look into the prepping lifestyle. I even walked away seeing several things that these preppers were doing that are things I plan to try out myself.

All in all if you walk into this thinking that being a prepper is a good thing then you’ll probably have a positive attitude about what you see, and if you go in thinking that preppers are crazy then your attitude probably won’t change any. If however your undecided, well you might just be suprised and if nothing else, at least be entertained.