Self-Defense Pistol Sights: Red Dot or Iron?

Some students at Norwich University (“America’s Oldest Military College”) did a scientific study comparing two types of pistol sights: the Trijicon RMR red dot sight and iron sights, both on a Glock G19. The point of the study was to … Continue reading

Weekly Survival Reader: March 10-14

It’s time for another installment of Prep-Blog’s weekly prepping and survival reader, with interesting blog posts, articles, products, and news of interest to preppers. By the way, if you like Prep-Blog.com, vote for the site by clicking the “Top Prepper … Continue reading

Superfoods for Preppers: Carrots

I wouldn’t attempt to grow rice or wheat. The harvested crop needs to be threshed and hulled. It’s too much work for a food that is inexpensive to buy and easy store. On the other hand, carrots are a difficult … Continue reading

GMO-Free Food for Prepping and Survival

If you are trying to eat healthy and also prepping for various survival scenarios, you may have difficulty finding food for storage that is GMO-free (free from genetically-altered crops). Our advertiser, Ready Made Resources, has a new line of 100% … Continue reading

Entitlement to Social Security benefits is NOT contractual right

Will social security benefits be available to you when you retire? If you are already receiving benefits, will those benefits continue? Not necessarily. Congress, in its drafting of the laws that govern social security, and the U.S. Supreme Court in … Continue reading

The End of Commerce As We Know It: Epic Internet Fail

What if the internet were to fail? Hypothetically, what would happen to commerce if we could no longer buy stuff online. Suppose that some remnant of the internet survives, but online purchasing is broken. This post is not about how … Continue reading

Weekly Survival Reader: March 3-7

It’s time for another installment of Prep-Blog’s weekly prepping and survival reader, with interesting blog posts, articles, products, and news of interest to preppers. By the way, if you like Prep-Blog.com, vote for the site by clicking the “Top Prepper … Continue reading

Which Supplements Should You Store? Selenium

Not every vitamin or mineral supplement is good for your health. Generally-speaking, the best way to obtain the nutrients that you need for survival and good health is from your food. But selenium is an exception to that rule. The … Continue reading

Superfoods for Preppers: Soybeans

Storing food is all well and good. But the ability to grow food will improve your diet when the SHTF and the commercial food supply is disrupted. (Disaster Scenarios that Disrupt the Food Supply) That is why I’m offering a … Continue reading

Weekly Survival Reader: Feb 24-28

It’s time for another installment of Prep-Blog’s weekly prepping and survival reader, with interesting blog posts, articles, products, and news of interest to preppers. By the way, if you like Prep-Blog.com, vote for the site by clicking the “Top Prepper … Continue reading

California Loosens Requirements for Concealed Carry

Not willingly. California is still an anti-gun state. But due to a recent court decision, CA counties are being forced to give out concealed carry permits without evidence of “good cause”. The “good cause” requirement was struck down on Feb. … Continue reading

Gun News: Discussion of Recent Stories

1. The U.S. Supreme Court refused to take up three firearms related cases. In one case, the NRA challenged a Texas law preventing anyone under 21 from carrying a handgun in public. If carrying a handgun is a legal exercise … Continue reading