When talking about effective range, it’s easy to focus on the effective ballistic range of a cartridge. However, many times the effective range is limited by the shooter’s ability or the firearm.
Ready, aim, fire! While that is all takes for fire a shot, it’s an over simplified way to describe the process of taking a shot. This post explores the shooting cycle in a bit more depth.
For the fourth installment of the Building Survival Skills series of blog posts, I’m covering the basics of fire making.
For the third installment of the Building Survival Skills series of blog posts, I’m covering the basics of finding shelter and building temporary emergency shelters.
Personally, I think defensive pistol skills are the second most important survival skills to have (next to first aid skills). In this post, I’ll talk why I think that and how I recommend going about developing that skill set.
I’ve spent a lot of time this year talking about gear. Figured it can’t hurt to spend a bit of time talking about the skills needed to use that gear properly. I’m going to start this discussion with first aid skills.