Reader Jane L. sent this: River walkers discover weapons cache. There rae two lessons to be learned from this: 1.) Be very careful where and how you cache your guns, and 2.) Be sure to list the serial numbers of your guns, and leave that documentation well-hidden in the home of a relative or a well-trusted friend.
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Jonathan sent this one about over-reliance on technology: GPS Causing Truckers to Crash Into Bridges. Jonathan’s comment: “As you have said many times, you have to know how to use your tools or you’ll get in trouble. It also shows the need to use the right tool for the job. In this case truckers are using consumer-focused GPS units that don’t look at truck requirements like bridge height and road restrictions.”
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Field and Stream readers go ballistic, debating the survival firearms selection implications of “Patriots: A Novel of Survival in the Coming Collapse”. Rather than debating the merits of my book, they embarked on a lively debate about guns, traps, snares, and even primitive weapons. Gee, just imagine how much they’d have to debate if they actually read my novel!
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HPD sent this news item from Nanny State Scotland: Why can kids get these weapons? William Wallace is surely rolling in his grave!