Full-length 20-inch ARs with the original pencil-thin barrel profile are rather hard to find these days, but I’m here to tell you, this is the gun I would keep if I could keep only one for civil survival.
Go ahead, buy all the gear you want. But if you don’t know how to control fear, all the fancy knives and freeze-dried chemistry in the world won’t make a bit of different. You’ll be too out of yourself to use them.
When preparing for emergencies and survival situations, many of us will rely on firearms purchased for other purposes, such as hunting, target or informal recreational shooting, or defense of home or self during “normal” times. If you’re thinking about the security resources you’d like to have on hand in not-so-unlikely survival situations, keep in mind these important strategies, from Scott Wagner in his new book, “Gun Digest Book of Survival Guns.”
Squirrels are the perfect survival food, and they taste better than you’d think. It’s time to rethink squirrel hunting.
When you’re cold, wet, tired and in the elements, hot water for tea, coffee or cooking is good. But hot water quickly is much, much better. And there’s not much out there that boils water in the field more quickly or efficiently than
the Kelly Kettle.
Power juicers aren’t the first gadget that come to mind when considering the Living Ready lifestyle. Here are some juicing tips that should help anyone interested in self-sufficiency.
On Jan. 16, President Barack Obama unveiled 23 executive orders and a four-point legislative plan as part of a package of gun control measures. They reflected the results of firearms discussions led by the White House after the Sandy Hook mass murders. The firearms community hasn’t stopped talking since, and neither have many people [...]
Being prepared and thinking smart will take the edge off a winter blackout. Here are a few tips.
Here are three important tornado survival lessons learned from the 2012 Christmas Day storms that rocked the southeastern United States.
Living Ready Magazine wasn’t too worried about the Mayan Doomsday on Dec. 21, 2012. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t real disasters worth considering.