July 23, 2019
If you check your newsstand you’ll find the next issue of Be Ready! magazine to be hot off the press. If you’ve never seen it before Be Ready! is a glossy full-color magazine put out once a year by Firearms News. It is intended to provide practical, relevant and timely information to help you prepare for sudden, unexpected emergencies and dangers. All you have to do is read the headlines to know why people all over the country are thinking more about preparedness.
Whether it’s catastrophic weather, utility breakdowns, terrorist attack or the collapse of civil order, millions of Americans are not willing just to hope for the best. They are taking more active measures to get ready for what might realistically come. Be Ready! is intended to help you with your preparations by providing useful information, tips and techniques. This issue features an interesting and varied mix of topics. Of particular note is Senior Field Editor Richard Venola’s photo essay “Farm War Arms”. He just returned from a three month assignment in South Africa and brings back an insightful look at the dim future facing their white farmers and the brewing genocide. Also of note, and perhaps my favorite piece, is Neal Shera’s “Internal Struggle” which examines how Communist activists tried to violently topple Weimar Germany, and the lessons Americans should glean from it.
As you leaf through the pages you’ll also find articles on firearms such as the Bravo Company 11.5 inch AR pistol on the cover and POF-USA’s Revolution DI along with body armor. Digital security and the new Librem 5 privacy phone are covered and you’ll find some valuable “How-To” pieces as well. Plus, I asked R.W. Parker to pen a piece on prayer as Christianity and traditional values are coming under increasing attacks by the Left here in the US. His “Do You Believe?” is particularly insightful as we so often fail to fully utilize the power of prayer. Plus, I cover Flux Defense’s Collapsing Brace and Flashmag for a Gen 4/5 Glock pistol. Both can be legally mounted onto your Glock pistol, no NFA tax stamp required. Plus, we cover a variety of other topics to aid you in your quest to be prepared for whatever might come. Grab a copy today and tell your friends and family about it!