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- Ragnar's Ten Best Traps (PDF) by Ragnar Benson.
- "KeySmart Review" at Everyday Commentary. A better way to carry your keys?
- "Get the Hell Out: Lessons Learned from a Vehicle Ambush Class" at Breach Bang Clear.
- "30 Uses for Wood Ash" at Emergency Outdoors.
- "Building the AR15 General Purpose Rifle: A Rifleman’s Best Friend" at The New Rifleman.
- "Muzzle Brake: Summary of Field Test Results" at Precision Rifle Blog.
- "Why the Federal Reserve Ain't No 'Jesus Christ'" at Captain Capitalism. A discussion of quantitative easing and inflation.
- "Affordable Transportation In Times of Hardship" at Come and Make It. Using and building a motorized bicycle.
- "RIA: Roper Repeating Shotgun" at Forgotten Weapons. A revolver shotgun.
- "Daddy, I'm Hungry........" at Thoughts from Frank and Fern. Why you should prep.
- "Bulletproof Vests: A Beginner's Guide" at How To Survive Stuff.
- "Radiation measurement conversions" at Advanced Survival Guide. Do you know the difference between a Sievert, a Rem, a Rad, or a Roentgen?
- "Refugees race into Hungary as border fence nears completion" at The Washington Post. From the story:
Thousands of refugees, most fleeing wars in Syria, Iraq and Afghanistan, have been snaking northward through the Balkans in recent days, confronting a Europe woefully unprepared to deal with them at every step.
Most endured a perilous crossing to Greece aboard rafts and boats, some barely fit to sail. They traversed Greece, a nation paralyzed by economic crisis and too poor to handle a flow of people that in July hit a record high. At the border with Macedonia late last week, they trudged through a wall of riot police, who fought them back with tear gas before relenting. Now, the asylum-seekers, thousands a day, are racing into Hungary, which is rushing to complete a barbed-wire border fence by the end of the month to force them to seek other routes.
* * *“Unless we do something, we will become a lifeboat sinking under the weight of people holding on to it and drowning everybody, both those seeking help and those offering help,” said Janos Lazar, Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban’s chief of staff, at a ceremony last week celebrating the founding of Hungary.