Posts in category Guest Posts

Guest Post- The Value of a 22

The Value of a 22 A lot of shooters out there tend to have more than 1 firearm in their collection.  Usually they are in a variety of calibers although some will try and keep a similar caliber across multiple firearms so that they only need to buy 1 or 2 types of ammunition to […]

Guest Post- Open Carry Holster Selection

Open Carry Holster Selection Open carry and concealed carry are two different things completely and need different holsters.  We all want that single piece of gear that works for everything but that really isn’t practical. I’ve carried a gun for my entire life.  I’ve made a living for the majority of my life carrying a […]

What Your Mother Never Told You About Poison Ivy

What Your Mother Never Told You About Poison Ivy -By Survivor Jane I live in a pretty rural area now and have somehow dodged the ‘poison ivy bullet’ (so far), while trampling through the back woods. But I must admit, the mere mention of those two words sends my mind reeling back to a time […]

Making Sense of Self Defense Laws

It was early in the afternoon on December 31, 2011 in Blanchard, Oklahoma. Sarah McKinley was home alone with her 3-month old son when a man who had been stalking her showed up unexpectedly with an accomplice. Together, the two men were kicking at her door in an attempt to get inside. McKinley, who was […]

Benefits of Preparedness

Benefits of Preparedness: A Personal Story This is a guest post from MamaKautz.com. In February I started prepping. I am not prepping for any specific event like Zombies or economic collapse. You can’t prep for everything that could happen. I am prepping for peace of mind. So if that one thing does happen we are […]

Guest Post- Close Quarters Handgun Tactics

Ok here we go, this is the post for yesterday February 29, 2012. This post is from the Plan Prepare blog. He is also the author of the wonderful Union Creek Journal  If you have not checked out either of these sites you should.   I’ve had some questions lately about some of the close quarters […]

Guest Post- Man Arrested After 4yo Draws Picture of Gun

Man Arrested, Charged With Possession of Firearm, & Strip-Searched After 4 Year Old Daughter Draws Picture of Daddy Shooting at Monsters   North American educators and law enforcement officials continue to take zero-tolerance gun policies to obscenely ridiculous levels. The latest hypersensitive over-reaction comes to us from Canada, where educators contacted local law enforcement after […]

Guest Post- Americans are Preparing at Unprecedented Levels

Americans are Preparing at Unprecedented Levels Do you have enough larder to feed your family and some friends if grocery stores ran out of food? How about several assault rifles and a few thousand rounds of ammo? Solar panels, a water filter, medical kits, bug-out bags, fire starters, tents, sleeping bags, some junk silver and […]

Guest Post- Bug Out Bag

The Bug-out Bag, Foundation of Preparedness?   If you found yourself here on Plan | Prepare, you’re probably familiar with the venerable bug-out bag (BOB).  You may call it a Get Out of Dodge (GOOD) bag or a 72 Hour bag or some other moniker, but a rose by any other name smells … like stale […]

Guest Post- Who's The Good Guy

Today we are having a guest post from Ben at Modern Self Protection If you are reading this, it’s probably you. The problem is everyone doesn’t know that, especially the cops. So what can we do to make sure the good guys know we are the good guys? The first thing is to call the […]

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