SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt

Here is SurvivalBlog’s News From The American Redoubt. This weekly column features news stories and event announcements from around the American Redoubt region. We also mention companies of interest to preppers that are located in the region. The emphasis this week is on B.A.S.E.  Camp USA

Idaho (B.A.S.E.  Camp USA)

I recently heard about an ammo loading company in Idaho.  It is called B.A.S.E. Camp USA. They make a wide range of ammunition–both newly manufactured and reloaded. The majority of their offerings are handgun calibers. They even make special subsonic loads. They recently opened a third retail store at 415 South Challis Street, in Salmon, Idaho. Their other stores are in Post Falls, Idaho, and in Murray, Utah. They also sell their loaded ammunition through distributors, and directly to the public at gun shows throughout the Intermountain West region.  At their retail stores they stock long term storage food, body armor, water purification and storage supplies, essential oils, and a variety of other survival supplies. Phone: (208) 303-7470. Stop by and check out any of their stores. Or contact them by phone for their gun show schedule. That way you can make a private cash purchase closer to where you live. That will avoid both a paper trail and shipping costs. Contact:  Heidi Zender, at (801) 550-2243.

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Meridian church helps one of their own after deadly home invasion, fire

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One man and 20 cows killed in semi crash


Montana mayoral candidate needs only 1 vote his to win

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This company  caught my attention: Full Circle Biofuels. They are headquartered in Bozeman, Montana.  I heard from a reader that they also have facilities in a disused lumber mill building, in Milltown–just east of Missoula, Montana. This company is developing a fascinating technology. I hope that this really takes off.

Eastern Washington

Millions clash with billions in Kennewick City Council race

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Car Prowler leaves behind Hulk gloves right on the steering wheel


Where winter comes early: A snowy Monday in Wyoming

Erik Prince Considers Challenging Wyoming U.S. Sen. John Barrasso In GOP Primary


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One Comment

  1. Prince won’t win Wyo this go around. Swamp Liz(ard) Cheney couldn’t win because she was thought of as a carpetbagger that just moved back from DC.
    Bannon (who apparently is pushing it) needs to find local talent – of which there is no shortage – instead of celebreties.

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