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Ruger 10/22 Takedown model with a Magpul backpacker stock.

The Takedown Ruger 10/22 for Survival

Pete reviews the Ruger Takedown 10/22 as a survival rifle and finds it fills a niche in his vehicle's Get Home Kit.
A bunch of old nuts and bolts

Why there are More Supply Chain Problem in our Future

Whether we see economic warfare or a shooting war with China, you should prepare for it to generate supply chain problems.
First Republic Bank 3D logo

First Republic Bank on the Brink of Collapse

After shares dropped 50 percent Monday and another 30 percent on Tuesday, it looks like the next domino in the bank collapse is about to fall.
recession, depression or collapse

Are we Heading to a Recession, Depression or Collapse?

The Fed is like a kid playing "Whack-a-Mole," always a beat too late and unable to anticipate where the next problem will pop up.
Shooter in ghilliesuit with a suppressed rifle.

Revisiting the Suppressed .300 Blackout for Survival

Pete reconsiders the use of suppressed subsonic rounds for survival and discusses several potential use cases.
Staining beehives to protect them from the weather.

Weird Weather Brings Beekeeping Challenges

The bees are keeping my buzzing as I real with queenless hives, new splits, a lack of nectar and strange weather patterns.
A homeless man who is hungry

More Homelessness and Food Insecurity on the Horizon

Inflation and recession are eroding buying power, making it tougher for people to keep food on their table and even stay in their homes.
a pickup basketball game

Lining up and Picking Sides – A WW3 Story

As war looms every closer and the threat expands beyond Europe and into the Pacific, countries are picking sides.
A carpenter at work

How to Minimize your Taxes, Part 2

There are many ways to reduce your taxes, but starting a side gig and deducting your business expenses is one of the best.
Its tax time

Prepare for your Taxes to go Up – Part 1

Social Security is running out of money. The deficit is rising. Like it or not, taxes are going to have to go up.