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The ramblings of a zombocalypse ready, hoplophile Canuck.



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Car Emergency Kit

Sat, 22 Oct 2016 14:39:34 +0000

I know I’ve posted a bunch of stuff of our household emergency kits, supplies and so forth but thought I’d throw up a quick post detailing the kits I keep in the cars. These kits were largely outfitted using stuff that had been tried and replaced in our main emergency kit, or that was duplicate



Home CCTV – Encoder

Tue, 12 Jul 2016 17:18:44 +0000

Our CCTV system, which was never simple, has grown over the years. It’s made up of a pile of different components, it’s laid out like this; Camera – DVR – HDMI/Composite Converter – Encoder – Modulator Camera – Both Analog and IP Cameras feed into the Digital Video Recorder. DVR – The DVR creates a



The increasingly inaccurately named ’72 hour kit’

Wed, 01 Jun 2016 10:53:22 +0000

Our emergency kit started out as a generic Costco ’72 hour 4 person kit’. I wasn’t happy with the quality or quantity of the contents (although I’ll admit that just having a basic bag was a vast improvement over the ‘cabinet lottery’ we would play in any sort of emergency situation). The arrangement was expanded



Jilly shooting the JR Carbine

Tue, 31 May 2016 12:14:24 +0000

Recent range trip to get the red dot scope sorted out. Jilly came along for some shooting with the Ruger 10-22 and then with the JR Carbine. She found the recoil substantial after shooting only .22LR. She also officially has a range membership now, so I’ll have to pick her up some proper gear.



Just Right Carbine – It just may be.

Sat, 21 May 2016 13:50:08 +0000

I recently had a shake up in my gun cabinet. Old rifles were sold off (something I’m always reluctant to do) and a few new ones added. I had long been interested in the Just Right Carbine, a Pistol Calibre Carbine that uses magazines from common handguns and can utilize AR15 furniture (stock, handguard, pistol



Alarm System – Bells and Whistles

Sun, 27 Mar 2016 12:29:38 +0000

I’m a big fan of the DSC 1832/1864 series of alarm systems. It’s a robust system with all sorts of functionality right out of the box. A few of the features we’ve made use of include; Scheduled auto-arming – On a preset generic schedule the system will automatically arm itself to “away” mode bypassing any



Home Flood Protection

Tue, 22 Mar 2016 11:13:53 +0000

Aside from burglary protection our alarm/HA system offers some other features; Fire Monitoring: Individual smoke/heat detectors connected to the alarm system and monitored remotely. Freeze Protection: If the temp drops below 6 degrees the alarm monitoring company is notified. Hydro Status: If the power fails a zone is tripped. To this I wanted to add



Vera – Two years later

Thu, 18 Feb 2016 00:12:42 +0000

It was just shy of two years ago that we started down the Home Automation path setting up a Veralite to look after some routine home automation tasks. The system grew, and now I can’t imagine our home without it. We’ve since upgraded to the Vera Edge (which was good and bad – good in