Coronavirus Pandemic

I recently participated in my very first two-gun match alongside Iain Harrison, RECOIL’s editor-in-chief, and Nick Saiti, a frequent contributor to the magazine. Both of them made the stages I struggled with look easy. I soon learned that Saiti, who...

PTSD

Somewhere between 3 to 8 percent of the population will deal with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, or PTSD, in their lifetime. In the past 30 years, progress has been made in identifying therapies to aid in the recovery of individuals afflicted by PTSD. Se...

Covid-19 has taught the world that we aren’t typically prepared as individuals or as a society to cope with sudden, massive upheavals. In order to avoid widespread shortages of food in the future, one would do well to seek the advice of those who have pla...

Covid-19 viscously descended upon my home in March, and all seven members of my household contracted it. Read more about the ordeal here. It was an unseen enemy that kept spreading, and I felt defenseless at protecting my family from it. One by one we all...

by Dan Vale Disasters affect job availability in different and sometimes conflicting ways. Here’s how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected the job market – the good, the bad, and the … Read the rest The post EMPLOYMENT: Here’s How the Pandemic Has Change...

The Premise: This book is a 21st-century outdoorsman’s manual. It’s meant to be a practical guide to the thoughtful process of gear selection, food and water, dangers to be aware of, shelter and warmth, navigation and travel planning, and medical safety.

As every prepper knows, early preparation plays an integral role in any crisis survival strategy. Every well-equipped prepper needs an emergency bag that contains food, health, hygiene, and self-defense essentials. In this article: Essential...

Have you noticed that the corporate media has suddenly become obsessed with rising prices over the past week or so?  Day after day, mainstream news outlets are barraging us with stories about inflation, and even CNN is occasionally taking a break fro...

Henry Repeating Arms is at it again, always finding ways of supporting the community and those who have served. This year, a day before the firework shows of July 4th, the Henry 180 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at Road America will allow fans to enjoy...

For a year, my family of seven was successful at keeping Covid-19 out of our home. We limited where we traveled and who we were exposed to; we washed our hands and always carried hand sanitizer on us; we wore our masks; we took our vitamins, elderberry sy...

Tyrant Designs | S&W Shield Extended Magazine Release COLORS: Various, including Blue, Gold, and Red MSRP: Starting at $25 URL: tyrantcnc.com In a life-and-death situation, having a second magazine full of ammo won’t do you any good if you can’t e...

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In the case of distributed generation (where the generator is located on a building site and energy is sold to the building occupant), commercial PPAs have evolved as a variant that enables businesses, schools, and governments to purchase electricity dire...

Every dollar that the federal government borrows and spends puts us even closer to a day of reckoning.  Many Americans (especially those on the left) seem to think that we can endlessly spend trillions upon trillions of dollars without ever suffering...

It comes as no surprise during all the shutdowns that COVID-19 has caused folks to turn to outdoor activities. In fact, in a previous AllOutdoor article, 5 Ways to Beat the Covid Blues, I discuss how getting outside, especially during tough times like COV...

Bond Arms, that little gun company from Texas, is getting into the coffee business, but it’s not quite like it sounds – it’s better. Seven or so years ago, I made the acquaintance of Gordon Bond, Co-Founder and CEO of Bond Arms, based in Granbury, Texas.

Throughout human history, our species has always looked for advantages in both technology and tactics. The rock became the club, which became the spear, which became the arrow, and finally the firearm. The sword was always more important than the shield,...

If you are too young to have been alive during the 1970s, you might want to read up on that decade, because current economic conditions are starting to become eerily similar to what we experienced back then.  In the 1970s, an energy crisis caused tre...

A long time ago, on an Army base far away, I began my military career training to be a Cavalry Scout. This reconnaissance-oriented occupation was all about observing the battlefield undetected, whether we were in a vehicle or traveling on foot. Of al...

SurvivalBlog presents another edition of The Survivalist’s Odds ‘n Sods— a collection of news bits and pieces that are relevant to the modern survivalist and prepper from “JWR”. Our goal is to educate our readers, to help them to recognize emerging threat...