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Precision Rifles for the New Gun Owner

by Cameron Green of GAPP April 13, 2015 Gear
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This is the final installment in a series of articles designed to introduce a new or novice firearm owner to the weapons they should have and be comfortable using for a SHTF scenario.  The other installments covered carbine, shotgun, handgun, and plinker platforms…and now with precision rifle, we finish out the five guns that should […]

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Plinker Choices for the New Gun Owner

by Cameron Green of GAPP March 30, 2015 Gear
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A necessary addition to any suburban survival arsenal is a plinking rifle.  You may be asking yourself, what is a plinking rifle?  Think of the rifle you would use to shoot tin cans off of a fence post in your backyard…. that is a plinking rifle.  The benefits of a plinker are 1) little or […]

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The winter that just wont go away

by Cameron Green of GAPP March 20, 2015 Fishing
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As I sit here looking at the forecast for yet another winter storm, I find myself longing for spring and all that comes with it. Its been a long, cold winter and, as much as I like the cold and all it brings, Im tired of it and welcome a change in seasons.  I had […]

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Surplus Rifles

by shanethenurse July 20, 2012 Gear
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As one of my previous articles shared, I love the Mosin -Nagant surplus rifles. The Mosin is not my only surplus rifle. I also have a good collection of Carl Gustavs Swedish Mausers in 6.5x55SE. I must confess theses are my favorite rifles. The 6.5x55SE is a fairly easy load that I or my wife […]

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Pigeon? For Dinner?

by suburban October 7, 2010 Cooking
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Okay, I was in the car for about four hours today… I had some time to think… My mind started to wander, and the gears were spinning.  I asked myself, if the S#!t has hit the fan while I was in Philadelphia, and I knew no one.  If food supplies are low and I was […]

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How Stocked Should a Bug Out Location Be If You Have to Bug Out?

by suburban August 2, 2010 Bug Out
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This is a thought that hit me this weekend as I was surfing the Web for survival topics so I could learn something new.  I was looking up Bug Out Locations, and it hit me that, we (I) discuss prepping your primary home with preps primarily for Bugging In.  But I started giving more thought […]

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Reviews of the Chinese Norinco SKS

by suburban July 23, 2010 Guns / Weapons
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I actually have two of these.  One completely stock and the other has an AR stock on it which I am going to change out with a few 20 round magazines.  Both I bought off of GunsAmerica.com.   7.62 x 39 is a great round.  Good for hunting large game, and well, target shooting, etc.  I can […]

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Reviews of the Henry Survival Rifle / AR-7

by suburban July 7, 2010 Guns / Weapons
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So a couple months ago I bought a Henry .22 Survival rifle.  It is an interesting rifle that packs up into its own stock for storage.  I’ve shot it a couple of times and have mixed feelings about it.  It seems to do exactly what Henry said it would do, and the manufacturer stated you […]

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My Survival and Outdoor iPhone Apps

by suburban June 20, 2010 Books
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When I bought my iPhone last year, I quickly realized it had the potential to be a survival tool  My search for iPhone apps under “camping, hiking, and survival” quickly returned many options for me.  I have tried a bunch of them, and am using the ‘best ones for me’ at the moment.  They may […]

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My Thoughts About a Bug Out Location

by suburban June 14, 2010 Bug Out
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So, I have been giving more and more thought to a BOL. Here is why: My family’s home, which is my current BOL is 100 miles from my home in NJ. It is rural, but still near major roads and is highly visible to the street, as is the garden, vehicles, etc. Conceptually, while 100 […]

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