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  1. Advice for the new prepper Part 2

    Continuing on the advice for individuals just getting into the preparedness world. Again, this is personal opinions, but just a few tidbits I've picked up over the years to assist me.


    5. Get ready for a lifestyle! Being a prepper is not a hobby or a once a year thing to poke at. It’s a lifestyle. A continually evolving system to better prepare yourself for realistic scenarios you might encounter. But overall, it’s a way of life. Some people walk into a grocery ...

    Updated 08-27-2011 at 03:22 PM by Grand58742

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  2. Advice for the new prepper Part 1

    The past few years have seen a resurgence of new preppers in today

    Updated 09-05-2011 at 11:48 PM by Grand58742

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  3. Practical Tactics

    Practical Tactics

    First and foremost let me say that this is in no way meant as the definitive way to do things. This is only one mans opinion of things that I have used in my job and have kept me safe over 15 plus years on the job( I am also not a tactical operator I am just a beat cop). Also know and respect your local laws when training. Safety is also a factor. I have done live fire training and even with all safety being a priority wearing body armor and having an instructor ...
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  4. SR 101: Part 2 Suboptimal Antennas That Will Work

    Time for part 2 on keeping your station hidden. In this section we will discuss how to use 'unconventional items' as antennas, even though they are not the best. We will also discuss the pro's and con's of having an antenna in your attic, and the importance of antenna tuners to your station's operation. Some of the techniques here presented could be dangerous, or could place you in a position of danger. Some of these techniques are designed for 100 watts or less of power. Use caution! First of all, ...
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  5. Posting blogs

    Due to a high number of spammers using the "blog" function, ALL blog posts are moderated. This means they have to be viewed by a mod or admin first and approved before being displayed.

    Usually I check this area about once every week or so. So if you make a blog post and it doesn't immediately show, now you know why.

    For more immediate posting, email me at
    jrhenterprises@dishmail.net

    right after you post a blog and I'll go in and approve it. ...
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