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This week on The Home Defense Show, Skip reviews 2 of his favorite everyday carry guns in an attempt to determine which pistol is best for him. This is a shooting video. His 11-year-old son, Phoenix also takes a look at the Glock 44 (22 caliber). And make sure you let the video run to the end as Skip shows you a better way to gut out a deer. (And he doesn't even get his hands dirty.)

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This week on The Home Defense Show Skip voices his frustration at the delay in the election process and wonders if, perhaps, the election is being stolen. Listen to the show and get his opinion. You also might feel like you're not so alone in your frustration.

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This week on The Home Defense Show Skip talks about the likely outcome of the election, the erosion of our freedoms, as well as the loss of our first amendment rights.

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This week on The Home Defense Show Skip speaks with Joel Fulton about the plot by militia members to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer. They also discuss the ammo shortage and the surge in demand for firearms training and new gun owners.

This week on The Home Defense Show Skip speaks with Gabe Suarez, owner of Suarez International. They discuss the widespread rioting and the increased violent crime across the country. How can you protect yourself and your family against this growing trend. Listen now to find out!

Just recently. Rick Ector, owner of Rick's Firearms Academy in Detroit trained 1,938 women in the safe use of firearms over a 2-day period. Women are the fastest growing demographic in the gun community, so listen to this show and find out how Rick pulled this off. As always we'll have some good laughs and then a serious heart-to-heart talk in the last segment about Second Amendment activism.

This week on the Home Defense Show Skip tells you all about his newest book "The Covid Chronicles:  Surviving the Upgrade and why it was banned from Amazon. It's an amzing story.

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Covid_Chronicles_lo_res_thumbnail.jpgAccording to the experts, millions of us are supposed to be dead right now. Covid-19 was so terrible, so, vile, so infectious and so deadly, that we had to shut down the entire country or face possible extinction. I never quite bought into the media and government narrative, but their message was so well planned and orchestrated that most of America swallowed it hook, line and sinker.  Some of us are looking at the numbers and having second thoughts.

I don’t know about you, but I found it quite depressing to watch the greatest economy of my lifetime slowly shrivel and die on the vine. And I’m not even talking about our loss of freedom. Given the choice between prosperity and freedom, I’ll take freedom every time. But we’ve lost both in one, fell sloop.

Back on April 1st, I decided to write my next book about the Covid-19 virus. I figured, what the heck, I can’t go anywhere. I might as well do something useful while I’m grounded to my property by a government executive order. So I wrote the book 8 hours a day for 18 days and I finished it. It was quite a feat actually. I’d never written so well or so fast in my life. The book I wrote was titled “The Covid Chronicles:  Surviving the Upgrade.” I was excited about it. It was apocalyptic in nature, but still full of hope and faith in God and Family.

Every great novel always starts with a premise. What if … and then the author fills in the blank. For me it went like this.

What if Covid-19 was just the first wave of a bioweapon, and the second wave would follow several months later. The first wave, Covid-19, was benign in nature, it was highly infectious, but most people would have mild symptoms. In fact, most people who got it wouldn’t even know. Sound familiar? But here’s the twist. The second wave was the knockout punch, and anyone who contracted Covid-19 was highly susceptible to its sister virus Covid-19.1, The Upgrade.

Whether you buy the government and media narrative or think it’s blown out of proportion, this book is a great story of hope, adventure and close-knit family ties. It’s not political. It’s just a great story with interesting characters and a good storyline. So, go ahead and buy it. You might as well. Watching a movie or reading a good book is easy to do under quarantine.

The Kindle version is available on amazon, but the print version can be purchased only through whitefeatherpress.com. Here’s some more about the novel. I think it’s my best ever.

Skip Coryell has done it again, crafted a masterful storyline filled with mystery and action and the warmth and grit of real people. But, this time, Skip has added a very special treat. He has woven into the story, real life facts and tips which you and your family can use in a crisis! From pointers regarding firearms, to water purification, from ham radio to surviving nuclear fallout, you will find yourself going to survivalist school while enjoying this fast-paced thriller your whole family is sure to enjoy! Mag Jacobs is trapped 200 miles from home, struggling desperately to make it back to his family before the whole world falls apart. But will he make it back in time? And can they hold on? Mag Jacobs and his family had survived the covid-19 coronavirus that had rampaged across the globe. But lurking in the shadows was the next wave, ready to be unleashed on the planet. They were a God-fearing, close-knit family ... but could they survive this second attack? Would their faith in God and love for each other be enough to carry them through?

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2 weeks ago I got sick, and I'm still sick. But I'm fighting back, and this week on The Home Defense Show I tell you how you can stay healthy during this covid-19 pandemic. I'm not a doctor, and I don't play one of TV, but you can't argue with results, and I'm definitely getting better.

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On November 14th, 2017, Stephen Willeford was a plumber in an obscure Texas town. 24 hours later he was a national hero. Last year he was introduced by President Trump at the NRA convention and spoke to a crowd of 70,000. On this week's show, Stephen gives his account of what happened that day. You think you know the whole story, but this interview reveals the human element, the emotions, the drama,and the lasting effect of what transpired on that day when a murderer entered the church and shot 46 people, killing 26.

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