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Blogoshere – Home Combat Magazine

Every once in awhile we are going to mention a new blog on the scene and ask for your feedback. We think it will expose our readers to new opinions and perhaps help out the writers so long as we all agree to offer constructive feedback. Notice we didn’t say criticism. Feedback can be positive or negative.

Home Combat Magazine is a web based publication that has an interesting niche. They are looking at this whole prepper/tactical business through the eyes of a family man. It’s easy for most of us to look at the world and what we do in the lone wolf mode, or even as the member of a team of our peers. But it’s something different to begin to take our families into account.

Check out homecombatmag.com and tell us what you think.

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3 Responses to “Blogoshere – Home Combat Magazine”

  1. gggnotaz says:

    IMHO there is a definite need for family oriented tactical information. Reading a few articles from this site did not leave me with the impression that this is what that site is actually about.

  2. Notaz, I have been working on putting far more family oriented articles up. When I started Home Combat Magazine, it was my sole intention to focus strictly on family-oriented material, unfortunately, it got a little bit away from me. I am really tugging on the reins now, though, bringing it back to my original vision. I have several really great guys working on some family survival articles, including Jim from Shadow 6 and Mike from Self Reliance. Unfortunately, the way that you feel about the site, is how I feel about it myself, and I don’t like it, not one bit. If you have any experience or knowledge at all about personal defense for the family, protection for the family, survival, anything, please shoot me an email at [email protected], I’d love to put up some of your knowledge.

  3. Chucker says:

    I think it’s great that something like this has gotten started. This tactical niche is almost always glossed over. Having little ones at home has shifted my strategies and the way I used to envision solving violent confrontations and natural disasters in a major way. Personally, I would benefit greatly from information that a site like HCM is promising to provide.