How Normalcy Bias Puts You In Danger—and How to Overcome It
Normalcy bias slows your response time when a dangerous situation develops, but you can get past it.
How to Avoid Backcountry Hazards
If you love recreating outside, be aware of these four categories of potentially lethal backcountry hazards.
6 Handy Items for Life's Little Emergencies
A few small items added to your daily carry set can make a difference when circumstances are less than ideal.
Winter Prep for Everyday Carry, Travel and Safety
Icy roads and darker days make for hazardous travel conditions, but these tips can help you prepare for the worst.
NRA Women’s Ultimate Shelter-In-Place Resource Checklist
Don’t bug out about bugging out; here’s what you need to bug in.
Step-By-Step Instructions to Clean Your Handgun, Rifle and Shotgun
Cleanliness is preparedness!
Gearing Up For a Home Safety Plan
Make National Preparedness Month an opportunity to organize gear and create a strategy that works for your family.
4 Most Dangerous Places in the Outdoors
Is the most dangerous place in the outdoors a physical location, a state of mind—or both?
Take Your Best Shot by Using Your Brain
As important as your gun handling skills are for making a successful shot, your mental skills are equally paramount.
5 Ways Shooting Sports Enthusiasts Are Already Prepared for an Emergency
If you enjoy shooting sports, then you may already have all kinds of gear and preparations in place when an emergency strikes.