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6 Intimidating (And Quiet) Alternatives To Guns

A firearm is a critical defensive tool to have in your survival kit, but there are a wide variety of non-firearm alternatives available on the market. While a gun might be your first and best defensive option, it has some drawbacks, too. One of the biggest is noise – guns …

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LOL Of The Day: Suspect 1 Accidentally Shoots Suspect 2 During Home Invasion

LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA — In a semi-tragic, semi-hilarious turn of events, two home intruders have been arrested after one shot the other on accident. As KATC reports, the incident was anything but ordinary, and the reason one of the suspects was shot by the other is not readily apparent.   …

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Big-Game Medicine: The .475 Revolver Cartridges

There are three notable cartridges in the .475-inch diameter category — the .480 Ruger, .475 Linebaugh and the .475 Maximum or Linebaugh Long. The progenitor of all three of these cartridges is the .475 Linebaugh, which spawned both the shorter .480 Ruger and the longer .475 Maximum. John Linebaugh is …

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New Rifle: Howa Adds 7.62×39 to MiniAction Line

Howa has expanded its MiniAction rifle line to incorporate a shooter favorite — the classic and widely available 7.62x39mm. Going small isn’t always a bad thing, particularly if it means shooting zippy or cost-effective centerfire rifle rounds. Howa hit on this winning concept a couple of years back when it introduced …

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Review: Smith & Wesson’s New M&P M2.0

The second generation M&P M2.0 takes Smith & Wesson’s classic pistol to the next level with ergonomic and performance upgrades. There are two ways you can look at the new S&W M&P M2.0. One way is the philosophy of “Why fix what isn’t broken?” The M&P9 M1.0 worked fine; so, …

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10 of the World’s Most Popular Sex Tourism Destinations

Vacations are exciting. Many people going on holidays plan on a lot of fun activities on their agenda, including shopping, sightseeing, beach hopping, and other adventures. Other holiday-goers have certain tastes, however. Museums, landmarks, and the local food aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. Some travelers pick specific countries for a …

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Hitler’s Former Bodyguard Reveals What The Final Moments Before His Death Looked Like

More than 70 years after his death, Adolf Hitler’s legacy stands as an uneasy reminder of how quickly the course of a country’s future can be altered, and what the devastating consequences can be. Nazi Germany has become a dire warning bell that tolls whenever we are at risk of …

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5 Problems Concealed Carriers Face That Other People Don’t

I haven’t met a gun owner that’s bemoaned the fact he carries a gun. After all, it’s a voluntary thing. No one forces you to carry a gun. Every morning when you wake up, you make the conscious decision to be a law-abiding concealed carrier. That comes with added responsibilities. …

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Fake Camel Toe Underwear is Apparently The Latest Fashion Trend

For many women, a camel toe is considered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction. Certainly, no woman wants to be photographed in this awkwardly revealing state. Or so we thought. Apparently, some of them are fans of the camel toe underwear. The Online Slang Dictionary defines camel toe as “the visible cleft …

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10 People Who Can’t Afford Not To Get a Concealed Carry License

Being armed with lethal force is always a personal decision. However, if you fall into one of these groups and don’t exercise this right, it may be wise to carefully re-consider. Some may call it paranoia; others call it street smarts. I’m in camp #2. Here are 10 people who can’t …

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