How a gun works

Gun Gear, Gun Cleaning and Gun Parts
How a gun works

It's time to go a bit beyond the beans bullets and bandaids. Let's
get tactical and discuss how a gun works, gun parts, gun gear,
gun cleaning and how to create a gunshot wound kit.

How a Gun Works
The video below shows the gun parts and how a gun works:





































The Glock poster above is the most detailed and accurate description of the
Glock® pistol. Each part has been photographed in detail and the part's
function has been described in easy to understand terms.

















The
Glock Benchmat, above, is constructed of a thin rubberized nylon, the
mat has an oil resistant surface with an exploded diagram of a Glock pistol,
complete with parts list and other useful information.

How to create a gunshot wound kit
Be sure to get your gunshot wound kit ready so you're fully
prepared.



















Above, Nurse Amy Alton, A.R.N.P., of doomandbloom.net, shows you how
to create a gunshot treatment kit. Knife and gunshot wounds require
medical supplies and quick action. If you can't get to the hospital quickly,
this kit could save your life.

Below is a gunshot wound starter kit:






























Gun Gear

Annie, hide your gun!
With the second amendment under fire, and the looming
possibilty of food shortages, gun owners will find it necessary to
hide their guns and ammunition. If you have firearms, one of the
more important gun gear you can buy are diversion safes, gun
magnets and the classic under the desk holsters.

  • Diversion gun safes: Diversion safes are ideal for preppers
    to hide ammunition and firearms. On this page are a variety
    of diversion safes which will blend into your home. The clock
    above will hide your glock. At the bottom of the page you'll
    find magnetic devices to hide fire arms under desks, or curio
    cabinets to disguise the real treasure inside. And, of course,
    there are always books that appear to be good reading
    material when they are actually hollowed out to hide your
    gear.

  • Gun magnets. Affix this magnet anywhere in your home
    (away from kids reach) to hide your firearms, yet keep them
    ready for emergencies and threats.

  • Under the desk gun holster. See the bottom of the page.
    Again, not a good choice for preppers with young, untrained
    children.

Everyday stuff you need for your firearms
  • Gun grease
  • Cleaning kit
  • Ear muffs














Buy American Made Handguns, Rifles, Shotguns,
Scopes.
Smith & Wesson, Remington, Colt  top the list, but you'll find
many more brands. Consult
AmericansWorking.com for the
complete and recommended list of handguns. rifles, firearms and
scopes, muzzleloaders and more made in the U.S.A.

Make America great again and
buy American made preps!

Happy endings...
The most important gun gear you can add to your preps is medical
first aid supplies. Preppers can also teach kids about gun safety
and help them understand how we use this tool to protect our
families.

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