Today I once again am privileged to have a guest article by Dan McNeil, owner of Cartridge World on South Campbell in Springfield Missouri.
I Probably shouldn’t Watch the News… So I watch the news a lot. Continue reading I Probably shouldn’t Watch the News…
I found this many moons ago and don’t know exactly where to give credit, however I figure you needed a good laugh.
Everybody I know who has a dog usually calls him “Rover” or “Spot”. I call mine Sex. Continue reading A little fun with Sex
This is a reprint of an article I wrote for www.TheGunShowRadio.com, slightly edited for this reader group.
We all know that bad things can happen, fast! There could be a shooting during a home invasion or a car wreck or little Boy Blue could fall out of a tree, or any of a number of different injuries that occur to you or in front of you. Regardless a proper first aid kit is needed. This article and any follow-up are not intended to replace training. There are many classes and ways to learn about first aid and especially first aid for puncture wounds (gun shots, knife stabs, and sticks going through a person). Some classes cost, some are free, it is my suggestion that you take every class you can as often as you can. After reading my articles on CERT and Citizens Corps, you probably noticed that I mentioned ways and places to learn first aid in them. Continue reading SWAT-T Tourniquet
Back in October 2012, I decided to build a pink AR for my beautiful bride. Not because pink is a girls color but because she has worked in the breast care arena for many years. My goal was to build it by Christmas, and I wanted to make it as light as possible. Unfortunately parts were hard to find. I had the lower and an EOTech 512 along with a “lower parts kit”, several magazines, that was about it.
Continue reading Building a Pink AR, the adventure
Today we are blessed with another guest article by the never controversial Dan McNeil who owns the Cartridge World on South Campbell in Springfield Missouri
Because of all the brouhaha surrounding the visit by Pope Francis, there are a lot of new pope books out there. Here’s an older one you might have heard of.
The title is inflammatory and unfair, but the book does present a fairly accurate picture of 1930s Europe and the terrible quandary Pope Pius XII and the Catholic Church found themselves in. Continue reading Pope Hope? Nope!
In October 2014, I posted several dozen choices of cheap, quick and fun Halloween costume ideas. For the first several days of this month I put some more out on social media, however work got in the way of play.
Here are several ideas you can throw together for tonight.
E-mail: Dress as a man (if you are not one already!) Tape an “E” on chest. “E”-male.
Web Site: Drape fake spider webs all over your glasses.
Web pages: Glue pages from a book onto a black sweatshirt and sweatpants. Add spider webbing to your hair. Voila! Instant internet! Continue reading Cheap, fast and easy Halloween Costume Ideas for 2015
A guest post by Dan McNeil
Relax. This is so common, somebody I don’t remember wrote a hilarious song about it.
If you were around in the 60’s, you might know of Tom Rush. One of the numerous folkies that included Joni Mitchell and that whole crowd, the song he sings here is very funny and will help you forget your troubles, which you probably already forgot you had. Continue reading If You’re Losing Your Memory Due to Advancing Age…
Our SURV Team is putting on another WILDERNESS FIRST AID COURSE
OCTOBER 20-NOVEMBER 8, 2015
SIGN UP BY OCTOBER 12TH TO SECURE YOUR SPOT – ($30 Registration Fee is due at the time of registration)
Class Schedule will be as follows-All times are 6:pm-9:pm unless otherwise noted: October 20, 22, 27, 29, November 3, 5 (Optional but highly encouraged) Education Camp-out November 7-8 Continue reading Upcoming Wilderness First Aid Class in Ozark / Nixa Missouri
FEMA and other sources say you need 1 gallon of water per day per person. This is not just for drinking but hygiene and cleaning (toilet, washing clothing and dishes) too. It is an average and not written in stone.
There are easy steps you can follow to prepare your household in case of an emergency. Power outages, ice storms, hurricanes and earthquakes are just a few of the reasons you should take easy cheap simple steps to help yourself when a disaster strikes.
Sometimes radio and TV shows strike fear into people about preparing for disaster or turmoil. Many people like myself see the elephant and start to freak out, how do you eat this whole thing? One bite at a time. I want you to be as ready as you can be without adding unneeded anxiety to your life. Continue reading Having enough water and long term storage
In sticking with my insistence on only reviewing products I have used, this is a product I have had for about 8 years.
The Galco UDCMC24 Horsehide IWB (Inside the Waist Band) single magazine pouch. The UDCMC stands for Ultra Deep Cover Magazine Carrier. Continue reading Galco IWB mag holder review