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31 October, 2012

Active Defense Concepts for Homesteads

Below you will find a snippet of and a link to the last in a 3-part series of articles by Max Velocity, whose book I recently reviewed and who was recently featured as a guest author here on Backwoods Survival Blog.
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Active Defense Concepts for Homesteads - Survival Blog With A Family Focus: For this kind of defensive situation you will be well served by the ability to detect, observe and accurately engage enemy at the longest range possible by day and night.

This is easily said, but would take throwing money at it to get all the equipment you need to best do it.

In terms of firearms, I would recommend tactical type high capacity magazine rifles for the main work, backed up by handguns and pump action 12 gauge shotguns. The shotguns are good for close work and if the enemy gets in to the building, last ditch stuff...  

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