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Living Ready Winter 2012 (Digital Magazine Issue)

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You’ll Love This Download If:

  • You don't rely on others for your survival
  • You're concerned about personal and family preparedness
  • You'd rather avoid all the bad "survival" advice out there

Living Ready takes an adult view of the Boy Scout motto of “Be Prepared.” The magazine focus is summed up in the three-word subtitle: Prepared, Skilled, Aware. All survival scenarios—urban, wilderness, disaster or day-to-day life—will be covered. The magazine will also debunk bad survival advice, give better advice in return and provide a common sense approach to live ready and prepared.

You’ll Learn:

  • About scout rifles and survival guns
  • Emergency radio and communications
  • Practical cold-weather survival tips
  • True story: How one man capsized and survived in open water
  • Bug-out bags and tons of handy tips for 24/7 readiness

Check Out This Free Excerpt:

"One of my friends once said as he looked over his personal library, 'When I have a lot of good books I feel wealthy.' I feel the same way about firewood but different types of firewood have different characteristics. Some burn fast with intense heat and some burn slow and ooze heat throughout the night. Others kick off too many sparks or smoke. Some wood such as hickory or maple, are great for smoking meats while evergreens like pine or spruce will leave your pork chop with a Pine-Sol flavor."
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Surprised Review by Mary S
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I thought this was going to be another magazine with tips for things that never happen like a-bomb attacks or something but I gave it a chance because a friend recommended it to me because she really liked it.

There is a lot in here that I liked and can actually use in my life. The firewood article I can relate to and I liked the ham radio piece. It's like I know these people because I'm one of them. Looking forward to the next one.

(Posted on 3/16/13)

Great Resource Review by Andrea
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Purchased magazine while traveling across North Dakota/ into Montana found it and could not put it down.When I arrived back home in Texas. I knew I loved it so much I bought it for my IPad so I always have a copy around. Husband took hard copy to work, I just wish there was a subscription available!!! Over all GREAT insight on related firearms, and advice Thanks.

(Posted on 3/15/13)

Excellent first issue Review by rushboy2112
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good authors, good content, a great start for a first issue. Can get more detailed and advanced in future issues but this is a worthwhile start. Like the digital version -- downloaded and sideloaded to my Ipad.

(Posted on 12/3/12)

Amending My Review Review by Charlie
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After a little "fooling around" with the file I actually did get it on to my Kindle FIRE.

Great publication - well written. 4.5

(Posted on 11/2/12)

Great read Review by compserv
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Insightful articles. Well written. I hope they come out with a paper subscription. Much of this information would be useful if the grid is down.

(Posted on 10/31/12)

Great but not great Review by CHARLIE
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Great magazine - great info - well styled and written.

I was quite disappointed (to say the least) when I could NOT read it on my Kindle FIRE. After moving the .pdf file I paid for to my Kindle I find it's "protected" and I can not read it.

4.5 stars for magazine **** 1 star for download * I'll amend my rating to 5 stars if GunDigest helps me out with the Kindle problem. It is a great magazine - really!

(Posted on 10/13/12)

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