MCS 320: Tactical Prepper ABCs - Always Be Learning!

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People use the term "the ABCs" to refer to the basics, the building blocks.

But recently, I got to thinking about the scene in a movie where Alec Baldwin berates a sales force to "Always Be Closing."

He was just one word off!

See, the "ABCs" of tactical preparedness, one of the fundamental building blocks, is that you should always be learning.

Because if you aren't learning, you're not growing... and you WON'T be able to face unexpected challenges in life!

As it turns out, Modern Combat & Survival has done a LOT to help people learn...

...just as our audience has helped us to learn at the same time.

What that means is that MCS has actually CHANGED how people, including our own employees, train for self-protection and preparedness.

In this week's podcast episode, Modern Combat & Survival's Buck Greene sits in for Jeff Anderson to describe 3 lessons he learned from MCS that actually changed how he approaches these topics in his own life.

Here's What You'll Discover In This Week's Episode:

  • How the Rambo-style "survival knife" might actually be completely unnecessary for preppers and survivalists!
  • The tool you can use for self-defense that most people haven't considered... and it's definitely not a gun.

  • The single most important "bugout lesson" that MCS teaches.

  • How it's possible to be "too prepared" for bugging out!

  • The "square range mistake" that so many shooters make!

So, we have to ask: How has MCS and its podcasts, blog posts, and emails changed how YOU approach self-protection and preparedness?

Head on over to our blog and leave a comment to let us know, because we can't wait to hear from you!

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