Archive for June, 2014
Tags: Dogs, Home Defense, Humorous, large dogs, Post Apocalypse, Preparedness, Prepper, Prepping, Self Defense, Self Reliance, Survival, zombie apocalypse
Tags: 2A, 2nd Amendment, Apocalypse, Conservative, Firearms, Gun, Gun Control, Handgun, Post Apocalypse, Preparedness, Prepper, Prepping, Pro Gun, Self Reliance, Survival
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Tags: Acronyms, Apocalypse, Firearms, Gun, Post Apocalypse, Preparedness, Prepper, Prepping, Self Reliance, Survival, Zombie, zombie apocalypse
List of Prepper Acronyms
ACOG – Advanced Combat Optic Gunsight. Combines magnification, red dot and is self illuminating so no batteries are needed.
AK – Automat Kalashnikov. Rifles well known for their robustness.
AK-47 – Early generation AK carbine that shoots the 7.62 x 39mm cartridge.
AK-74 – Later generation AK carbine that shoots the 5.45 x 39mm cartridge.
ALICE – All Purpose Lightweight Individual Carrying Equipment.
AP – Armor Piercing. Refers to bullets with a steel or tungsten core that penetrates steel armor. Bullet’s tip is usually painted black for easier idfentification.
AR – Automatic Rifle (generic term).
AR-15 Semi-auto civilian variant of the U.S. Army M16 rifle.
ARB – Armed Response Bag.
ARK – Armed Response Kit.
BIB – Bug In Bag. Contains essentials for hunkering down in place.
BK – Buckshot.
BOB – Bug Out Bag. Contains essentials for evacuation.
BOL – Bug Out Location.
BOV – Bug Out Vehicle.
BUIS – Back Up Iron Sights. These are the post and fork iron sights common on many weapons.
CCW- Carrying Concealed Weapon. Usually refers to a permit to do so.
CERT – Community Emergency Response Team.
CQB – Close Quarters Battle. Usually within 25 yards.
CS – Carry strap for your rifle which is not the same thing as a rifle sling.
EDC – Every Day Carry
FA – Forward Assist. A feature on an AR-15 rifle designed to push the bolt carrier forward under dusty, dirty conditions.
FAK – First Aid Kit.
FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency.
FF – False Flag. An operation made to look like it was perpetrated by another country’s armed forces.
FMJ – Full Metal Jacket. A cartridge that does not expand when striking a target.
FRS – Family Radio Service.
FSA – Free Sh*t Army – People who think they are entitled to free stuff that isn’t theres.
GH – Golden Horde. Refugees and looters that will pour out of the city into the surrounding areas during a crisis situation.
GMRS – General Mobile Radio Service.
GOOD – Get Out Of Dodge. A term for leaving the area in a hurry.
HP – Hollow Point. Refers to cartridges with a concave shaped tip that facilitates rapid expansion of the round upon impact.
IFAK – Individual First Aid Kit
L1A1 – Semi automatic rifle available in inch or metric patterns which can fire a .308 cartridge out to distances of between 800 to 1000 yards.
LP – Listening Post
LWS – Lone Wolf Syndrom
MBR – Main Battle Rifle.
MOLLE – Modular Lightweight Load – Carrying Equipment.
MRE – Meal Ready To Eat.
MZB – Mutant Zombie Bikers. Generic term for thugs and looters.
NVD – Night Vision Device.
OP – Observation Post
OPSEC – Operational Security.
POA – Point of Aim. Where you point your weapon.
POI – Point of Impact. Where the cartridge actually strikes.
PRD – Personal Radiation Detector.
R&R – Rest and Recuperation.
REK – Roadside Emergency Kit.
SERE – Survival Evasion Resistance Escape
SHTF – Shit Hits The Fan.
SKS – Samozaryadnyi Karabin Simonova. Semi auto rifle firing the 7.62×39 cartridge.
SOP – Standard Operating Procedure.
SQ – Safe Queen. Firearms that are almost never used and rarely leave the gun safe.
TEOTWAWKI – The End Of The World As We Know It.
VBC – Victim’s By Choice.
WROL – Without Rule Of Law.
You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page. Go ahead and preview one or more over at Amazon.com by clicking on the book cover images. They make very interesting and entertaining reading.
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Tags: Apocalypse, Disaster, Disaster Preparedness, Post Apocalypse, Preparedness, Prepper, Prepping, Self Reliance, Survival, Zombie, Zombies
Time and time again we witness natural disasters such as Hurricane Katrina where people are either unable or unwilling to take care of themselves. Being self reliant and self sufficient is essential during a disaster scenario as potential help may be either unable or unwilling to assist. Do not rely on others for your own life saving disaster strategies. It’s nice to think that help will always be available but for practical purposes; that may not be the case.
Survival and preparedness skills for any situation are important and essential for everyone to learn. You must be ready, willing, and able to do what is necessary to survive when a disaster scenario strikes. Pay attention to warning signs and to your own gut feelings and observations. If something seems wrong or dangerous then there is a good chance that it is wrong or dangerous. The right tools, the right skills, and the right weapons for defensive purposes along with the right mental outlook can make all the difference between surviving or not surviving. Personally given the choice I choose survival.
You can see all 5 of my post apocalyptic fiction books, 2 of my zombie fiction books and 1 of my horror fiction books on the left side of my blog page. Go ahead and preview one or more over at Amazon.com by clicking on the book cover images on the left side of my blog page; and if you like the preview, feel free to purchase. They make very interesting and entertaining reading.
Tags: 2A, Concealed Carry, Gun, Handgun, m&p45, Personal Defense, Preparedness, Prepper, Prepping, Self Defense, Self Reliance, Smith & Wesson, Survival
When it comes to the subject of favorite handguns for personal defense everybody has their own personal likes, dislikes, and opinions. My selection was based on years and years of trying different makes and models, factoring in reliability, durability, accuracy, mechanical issues if there were any, as well as fit, feel, and function. Of course appearance has to factor in somewhat as well. So what is my favorite personal defense handgun? It would have to be the full size Smith & Wesson M&P 45 in two tone finish.