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Firearms Safety: How to Shoot Like a Navy SEAL


As a Navy SEAL I was fortunate enough to spend countless hours on the range, firing a seemingly endless supply of ammunition. When I transitioned from the military and began running my company I lost the free ammunition, but I kept the lessons I learned at the tip of the spear. With all the different tactics and techniques I lea[…] Continue Reading


Evading Capture When Crossing Roads


Sometimes you can’t avoid hanging yourself out there when being hunted, but the trick is to minimize the exposure window, and of course, leave no sign or spoor. Here I talk about some basics when crossing roads.


Catfish 101


Things sure have changed since I was active in the SEAL Teams. I’ve been working in Hollywood and have a successful international TV show now, and my life has changed in the expected ways, and some completely unexpected ones. I try to be really active in my social media, I want people to feel involved with me and the show, and I[…] Continue Reading


The History of Booby Traps


Since time in memorial booby traps have intrigued many, mainly due to the ingenuity demonstrated in employing them and the impact on the morale of those that suffered from them. A “booby trap” is defined as an explosive or non-explosive device or other material, deliberately placed to cause casualties when an apparently harmless[…] Continue Reading


Gear Review: SureFire 2211 LED Wrist Light


A Wristlight with POWER. Designed specifically for shooting, this Surefire wristlight is powerful enough to light the darkest room, blind an opponent, and is one indestructible piece of kit. Learn more at the SureFire website


The Will to Survive


Having successfully topped-out on Everest in May 1976, Bronco Lane and his Special Air Service (SAS) colleague Brummie Stokes found themselves caught out overnight on their descent in rapidly deteriorating weather conditions. The pair bivouacked in a snow hole near the South Summit, pummeling and pinching each other to prevent s[…] Continue Reading

Campfire – Burning Wood

Escape and Evasion Kit: Household Items to use as Tinder


Tinder, or the initial fuel source to build your fire with, is an absolute essential in a survival situation, and one that you should always have with you, if at all possible. Here we explore a couple household items that can very easily be packed into your E&E kit.