JWR’s Recommendations of the Week:

Here are JWR’s Recommendations of the Week for various media and tools of interest to SurvivalBlog readers. This week the focus is on the documentary film titled Calvinist. (See the Movies section.)

Books:

Battlefield America: The War On The American People, by John W. Whitehead.

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Kashmir in Conflict: India, Pakistan and the Unending War

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Brown’s Skin and Minor Surgery: A Text

Movies:

Reader Bruce D. recommended this documentary: Calvinist. Bruce wrote:  “I just watched a great documentary on the recent resurgence of Reformed Theology amongst young adults. It’s streaming on Amazon and I’m sure your readers will enjoy it. Here is a cut & paste from the description: ‘When a generation finds the theology and practice of the modern church wanting, they turn to the internet for answers. an investigation into the roots of the reformation reveals a theology that challenges everything they thought they knew about Christianity. With a fresh view of God, where do they go from here? Calvinist is the theology documentary of a lifetime.” It is available of Blu-Ray, DVD, and for free streaming with Amazon Prime.

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The Fight of Our Lives – Defeating the Idealogical War Against the West, directed by Gloria Greenfield. It is available of Blu-Ray, DVD, and for free streaming with Amazon Prime.

Instructional Videos:

This video at Full30.com is amazing! Making An AR-10 Lower From Cartridge Brass. JWR’s Note: If you haven’t already bookmarked Full30.com, then you should!

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Outdoors With The Morgans: #57 Awesome Shooting Bench Build Under $100. (Be ready to hit pause at the 6:50 mark, for the dimensions.)

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A brief product review of a MIRA (Czech) filter canister, by vlogger Canadian PrepperGas Mask Filter Mira — 20 Year Shelf Life. By the way, the MIRA company is one of our affiliate advertisers. So if you want any of their filters or masks, then please order through this link to get a 10% discount.

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How to lap your scope rings.

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Minimalist Pilot sells Slide In Camper to Build a Stealth Diesel Solar Camper – Truck Walk Through

 

Gear  & Grub:

Reader John X. recommended Hoffner Knives, of Cypress, Texas.

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5 Gallon Samson Stackers, Blue, 6 Pack (30 Gallons), Emergency Water Storage Kit – New, Clean, and Boxed! Spigot. Cap Wrench.

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It is too late to buy Neccos for your survival stash (since they’ve quintupled in price.) But these are still being made and sold in bulk: Jolly Ranchers.

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Break-Free CO-4 “Collector” – Preservative Lubricant. Specially formulated for long term firearms storage.

 

Make a Suggestion

Want to suggest Recommendations of your own? Then please send them to JWR. (Either via e-mail of via our Contact form.) Thanks!

 




5 Comments

  1. Jolly Ranchers:

    I stock a few big bags of these with saltines, which was a basic CD ration back in the 1960s and also the SAS folks seem to mention boiled sweets a lot in their writings…

    The trouble is if they get too hot, the wrappers stick to the candy, making it hard to remove. In the tropics, you shouldn’t keep these in your pocket, they get sticky real fast…

  2. Just got a shipment of several copies of the new book Big Brother in the Exam Room by Twila Blasé. HIGHLY recommended. Buy one and get one to share! You’ll be shocked — even if you think you know the story — at the long, tenacious road taken by politicians and bureaucrats in every administration since Clinton to take away the humanity from healthcare, completely eviscerate your privacy, and push up healthcare costs by forcing electronic records. Not just a complaint manual, she includes a list of action items, too.

  3. Re:hoffner knives. After reading this post I went to their website and registered. Looked like pretty good knives, but a little more than I wanted to spend. The next day I got an email from Hoffner welcoming me, and giving me a buy one get one free code. So I bit the bullet and received my knives in GA 3 days later. I must say so far these a really good knives and at 2 for basically $80.00, they’re a steal.

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