Sid McDaniel finds himself smack dab in the middle of a growing political scandal, with political opponents of a sitting president scrambling to cover his tracks and find a suitable patsy. Many of the themes will be hauntingly familiar to those who follow current-day politics.
This practical survival guide includes far-from-PC-topics such as "how to carry while keeping a ready mindset" in a chapter titled “Be a Man of Action in the Workplace.”
Regardless of your skill level, if you enjoy tinkering with your firearms, this “gun guy’s guide to making good guns even better” is one of the best reference resources available. Pick up a copy and try your hand at one of the most fun yet educational aspects of firearm ownership.
In his new book, The Scout Rifle Study, Richard Mann weighs the worth of the scout rifle—for defensive purposes, survival and hunting—in modern terms. The title is fitting, as the book is an exhaustive and enlightening examination of a firearm type that’s commonly misunderstood, as well as a survey that provides real-world, objective data on the scout rifle’s supposed benefits.
His love and admiration of nature, along with the desire to dedicate himself to not only enjoying and respecting our wildlife but protecting our fish, game and natural resources, ultimately drew John Borkovich to his profession as a wildlife conservation officer for the state of Michigan. In his new book Wildlife 911: On Patrol, Borkovich recounts a wide variety of incidents he experienced throughout his 27-year career.