We are looking at doing the following courses: - GroundRod Level One Bozeman, Montana August 19-20 - Gunfight Concepts - Pistol & Carbine North Carolina September 15-17 - Hard Target Traveler North Carolina September 18 - GroundRod Level One & Two North Carolina September 21-24 - GroundRod Level One Boise, ID (Private) September 30 - GroundRod Level Two Bozeman, Montana October 28-29 - Tactical Night Operations Central Montana November - GroundRod Level One Kalispel, Montana November Exact dates will be updated shortly. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries or to reserve a seat.
New Years resolutions....I’ll be honest, I have never been a big proponent of them. I mean we have all seen the people around us make the same resolutions every year...with the same result...being that they fizzle out within a few weeks. But, if we are going to talk resolutions, might I offer this: In 2023, become dangerous . What do I mean by that? It should be abundantly clear to anyone paying attention at this point that our way of life in the West and in America in particular, is being deliberately and systematically destroyed. From “in your face” voting fraud to bio-engineered viruses to genocidal gene therapy shots to wide open borders to the fleecing of the public to fund engineered foreign conflicts to the governmental targeting of “traditional Americans” as “domestic terrorists” and I could go on and on. As the saying goes - The threat is real....and we are in danger. For the sake of yourself, your family and your way of life - become more dangerous! - Get into fight
By now it has been widely circulated that the US government (and their 5 Eyes friends) has been secretly snooping on phone user's messaging in the form of Push Notifications. Not only are they snooping, but they applied a legal gag order to Apple and Google to prevent them from alerting you the customer of this fact. What's that you say? You are using an end-to-end encrypted messenger such as Signal and therefore are safe from said intrusion? Not so fast... While there are indeed some well designed and audited secure chat apps out there, that is only part of the story. Most, if not all, messaging applications employ Push notifications as a way to let you know that someone just reached out to you, even if you didn't happen to have the corresponding application open at the moment. This is, of course, very convenient for the end user, but the problem lies in how this is facilitated on the back end. Apple and Google both employ proprietary servers that intercept a message head