The new edition of Off Grid is out . I got mine at Walmart. This issue has a lot of information on things like land navigation, first aid and related matters. It's an interesting read. As usual, it's oriented towards the very well off. A couple of the bug out vehicles in here were amazing, but beyond the reach of the normal mortal. Off Grid costs $8.98 if you get it at Walmart, a bit more I suppose if you buy it elsewhere. As far as I know, there's no Kindle edition, as there is for Recoil, which is a sister publication dealing with modern small arms.
Survivalist came out with a new edition. Of all the survival magazines, Survivalist is the only one I am aware of that really tackles some of the issues of life today that impact on people. Most of the magazines prefer to just stick to nuts and bolts articles, so they won't alienate anyone or draw the ire of the federal government. The editors of Survivalist have no such qualms. This particular issue emphasizes that with a number of different stories on negative aspects of nanny government.
There's also an interview with Joe Teti, the guy who essentially drove Cody Lundin off Dual Survival. I read the article but it wasn't really that interesting as far as I was concerned. There's a nice pictorial of firearms used by the military, but the impact is somewhat diminished by the fact that there are some glaring mistakes in the photo captions. Someone who was editing that article either doesn't know guns or was not really paying attention to their work.
ZQ 7.62X51 ammo has been marked down at Walmart from $17.00 a box to $10.00 a box while it lasts. I bought three yesterday just because it seemed like too good a deal to pass up. The brass is good quality and reloadable, so you might want to swing by and get some if you have a .308 or 7.62X51 that you need ammo for.
Never really warmed up yesterday, and it's 28 degrees outside right now, at a quarter to five in the morning. I don't have much planned , just have to see what turns up during the day.