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    Merry Christmas -- More Free Stuff

    I have released another new issue as current in The Martialist. This issue focuses on survival kits as its primary theme, with plenty of other material thrown in (and a bunch of new archived articles extracted from old subscriber content).

    http://www.themartialist.com/0107/0107-free.htm

    My Archives Pages are divided into multiple categories with better descriptions of each individual article, too, and the reviews section of the archives has been updated with several more new product reviews.

    Here's the listing from the new issue:

    Survival Kits for Home, Bugging Out, and Daily Carry
    By Phil Elmore
    If you wish to be prepared or emergencies, you need to create not just one, but several survival kits for different places and purposes.
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    Building the Jack Sack
    By Phil Elmore
    Jack Bauer's Season 5 (24) Rothco Messenger Bag is a great vehicle for your mobile survival kit.
    Read the article>>

    Minimum Accessories for Personal Preparedness
    By Phil Elmore
    Your on-body kit needs to cover several basic categories of preparedness.
    Read the article>>

    Toollogic SL1 Survival Knife
    Review by Phil Elmore
    This little emergency knife and flashlight combo is a great emergency tool for kit duty.
    Read the article>>

    Weber Go-Anywhere Propane Grill
    Review by Phil Elmore
    After eleven years of faithful grilling
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    Rothco Messenger Bag
    Review by Phil Elmore
    The Rothco Messenger Bag is an inexpensive, versatile carry bag for daily use.
    Read the article>>

    Danish School Bag
    Review by Phil Elmore
    Incorrectly identified by TV Guide as the Jack Bauer Season 5 bag, this carry bag does have some good features.
    Read the article>>

    Lifeline Survival in a Bottle
    Review by Phil Elmore
    Sold in many sporting goods stores, this survival kit packed in a plastic bottle is not exactly a complete kit. It's a start, though.
    Read the article>>

    Lose the Plain Brown Wrapper: Making Your AK More "Tactical"
    By Phil Elmore
    Unsatisfied with the online guides he found when attempting this project, publisher Phil Elmore decided to create his own guide to replacing the guards on the AK-pattern rifle.
    Read the article>>

    Recently Archived Articles from The Martialist's Subscriber Content:
    (Be sure to check the Reviews page for newly archived reviews, too)
    Public Bathroom Safety
    By Phil Elmore
    Public bathrooms are an area of personal security concern. Learn how to go safely.
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    The Case for Insecurity in Your Fighting Skills
    By Phil Elmore
    Are you insecure about your ability to fight someone? You should be.
    Read the article>>

    Chi Power, Pyramids, and Silliness
    By Phil Elmore
    The laws of magick do not supersede the laws of ballistics. Learn why here.
    Read the article>>

    Creation versus Criticism
    By Phil Elmore
    It's a lot easier to complain and criticize than it is to create something of value.
    Read the article>>

    My Father, the Martialist
    By Phil Elmore
    The man who started me on the path of martialism was my father, Jeff.
    Read the article>>

    The Four-D Maglite
    By Phil Elmore
    Large, heavy flashlights are still relevant for self-defense.
    Read the article>>

    Why You Should Hate The Martialist
    By Phil Elmore
    This publication makes many enemies, for good reason.
    Read the article>>

    Self-Defense in Context and within Constraints
    By Phil Elmore
    What you'd like isn't always what's an option.
    Read the article>>

    Loading and Unloading: The Key to Power Striking and Flow
    By Phil Elmore
    When you learn how loading and unloading your body works in concert, you'll be able to flow better and hit harder.
    Read the article>>

    The Dreaded Pak Sao Circle
    By Phil Elmore
    Some martial arts seminars are more fun than others.
    Read the article>>

    A Plea for Perspective in Alloys
    By Phil Elmore
    Can we just once recognize that steel doesn't have to be space-age to be usable?
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    Remembering Bruce Tegner
    By Tony Manifold
    The under-appreciated Bruce Tegner was a real martial arts pioneer.
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    Single Action Revolvers for Serious Self-Defense
    By Phil Elmore
    The wheelguns of the Old West are still effective weapons today.
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    Monday Morning Hindsight Second-Guess 20/20 Quarterbacking
    By Phil Elmore
    It's easy to claim someone should have done something about a terrorist attack when one makes one's claims long after the fact.
    Read the article>>

    Self-Defense While Sick
    By Phil Elmore
    We all get sick. What happens when we get mugged while we're not feeling well?
    Read the article>>

    Survival Plinker: The One Gun .22 Solution
    By Phil Elmore
    If you standardized on only one cartridge for all purposes, the .22 just might make good sense.
    Read the article>>

    The Tactical Cubicle
    By Phil Elmore
    Office dwellers should not disregard the need for self-defense.
    Read the article>>

    Getting Started with the Weighted Chain
    By Phil Elmore
    A chain with weights on the end is a simple, easily improvised, effective weapon.
    Read the article>>

    Why the Kerambit?
    By Phil Elmore
    The kerambit craze had died down some since this article was originally written. Why might you choose this tool?
    Read the article>>

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    Thanks Phil I enjoyed the issue. Keep coming up with such useful stuff.
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    Thanks Phil, I love reading your stuff :)

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    thanks phil. good reading.

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    Thanks for the link. Great reading and great ideas.
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