Monthly Archives: November 2011

Payback! Over 50,000 Feral Hogs From America Overrun Mexico

Ironic since a new report suggests more than a third of the most destructive Arizona wildfires were directly traceable to illegal border crossers: People entering the U.S. illegally from Mexico are believed responsible for more than one-third of human-ignited wildfires … Continue reading

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Around the Campfire 11/22/11

I just bought a Rossi Ranch Hand and have not been able to get to a range yet. I’m chomping at the bit to try it out. Useless? Maybe, but I’ve always wanted a “canoe gun” or “blanket gun” like … Continue reading

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Review of the Duluth All Day Lumbar Pack

I’m a big fan of a good “lumbar pack” for day hikes or scouting an area. It gives you reasonable carrying capacity but allows you to add extra gear if you need by leaving room for a quick homemade carrying … Continue reading

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Sustainable Urban Agriculture?

Another post I wrote a few years ago for American Survival Blog. Since I wrote this Garden Girl host Patti Moreno has really hit her stride being featured on HGTV and in several magazines. However in her newer stuff as … Continue reading

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Massad Ayoob Demonstrates the “Stressfire” Revolver Reloading Technique

Kind of a follow up on my earlier post, being a snub nose guy I have come to appreciate speedloaders and the techniques for getting a gun reloaded and back in the fight without resorting to the “New York reload” … Continue reading

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