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Firearms and Security for Self Reliance and Grid Down Situations

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I get asked all the time about what firearms people should procure for end of the world situations. First off, as you know, I consider "the end of the world scenarios" to be the last type scenario you should be preparing for, but it just so happens that most of the weapons I would suggest for the end of the world will also work in all of the most common self defense situations most people will face.

And the first thing you should know is that everyone's situation is going to be a bit different and because of that, suggestions for self and home defense may well also be different. There is no one size fits all that is going to work for everyone.

If you live in a home 70 miles from anywhere and anyone in the wilds of Montanna, your needs and your situation is going to be different than a person living in an apartment in downtown Houston.

What you are going to have to consider as possible "threats" which will have to be overcome may well be much different as well. You will not have to worry about an 800 pound grizzly bear in downtown Houston (barring an earthquake releasing zoo animals), and the family in Montana is more than probably not going to be worrying about immediate hordes of looters trying to break down their doors.

Everyone has a different level and type of threat and everyone has different levels of experience and familiarity with firearms.

Tonight we are going to discuss where you need to start thinking about your own situation and preparing for it when deciding on what type of firearm might be most usefull to you and yours in most home and self defense situations.

Be sure and call in with your comments and suggestions at 347-308-8790

 

Thanks, and hope to see you here!

-Scout

 

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