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6<body><a href="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/8Daiw47Ax-Wd8xAVQcrh7xhHwfxFJvITBwWE6BHraXsR8IAlmg"><img src="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/82ac8a4a317903436c.jpg" /><img height="1" src="http://www.aliveaftercrisis.co/D1Y8VWLKLYHeNGBC8gwcbZclBIL98hxnt2Cupx5Yi5oHH5KyqA" width="1" /></a>
8<div style="font-family:arial; width:600px; text-align:justify; padding:15px; font-size:17px;"><a href="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/BgHmmWKj8mcxmcQk44wiK_WTl6mu62_8FDBKNoASndCDhvV_sQ" rel="sponsored" style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none; " target="blank">If you have any guns stashed in the common hiding spots <u><span style="color:#eb800c;font-weight:bold;">you&rsquo;ll learn about on the next page,</span></u><strong> it&rsquo;s critical that you move them immediately.</strong><br />
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10These hiding spots seem foolproof. (I used to use them all myself, just like you might be doing right now)<br />
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12But they&rsquo;re <strong><u>guaranteed</u></strong> to get your guns taken in a confiscation scenario.<br />
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14Here&rsquo;s why I know this is true:<br />
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16Former CIA operative Jason Hanson explains exactly why these often-used hiding spots are so terrible in his recent book.<br />
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18He also explains where you SHOULD be hiding your guns so that there&rsquo;s zero chance they can ever be taken.<br />
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20Better yet, he&#39;ll show you how to make those same guns legally invisible to the registration system&hellip; so snooping government goons never come looking for them in the first place.<br />
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22<em><strong>Best of all&hellip; </strong></em>he&rsquo;s giving away <u><span style="color:#eb800c;font-weight:bold;">a handful of these books 100% Free for the next 24 hours.</span></u><br />
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24All you have to do is confirm your info and cover shipping to get 1 Free.<br />
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26That said, he&rsquo;s putting a hard cap on the number of readers who can get this Free.<br />
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28There were 500 available last I checked, but this just went out to 142,089 other subscribers just like you.<br />
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30<u><strong><span style="color:#eb800c;font-weight:bold;">So these Free copies are going to move like lightning.</span></strong></u><br />
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32Grab yours now and tuck it somewhere safe. Things are getting rough out there, and this information has never been more important to have on hand.<br />
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34<em><strong>Antoinette<br />
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36<b>P.S.</b> --</strong></em> You won&rsquo;t just learn about Jason&rsquo;s most effective gun hiding spots in this book. You&rsquo;ll also find things like: </a><br />
39        <li><a href="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/BgHmmWKj8mcxmcQk44wiK_WTl6mu62_8FDBKNoASndCDhvV_sQ" rel="sponsored" style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none; " target="blank"><strong>One key date to keep in mind when buying a firearm</strong>. This simple number could mean the difference between staying armed or being rendered defenseless.</a></li>
40        <li><a href="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/BgHmmWKj8mcxmcQk44wiK_WTl6mu62_8FDBKNoASndCDhvV_sQ" rel="sponsored" style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none; " target="blank"><strong>How to dupe the police into protecting your firearms - </strong>without them even knowing you have them. This is an ingenious &ldquo;trick&rdquo; that takes virtually no effort&hellip;</a></li>
41        <li><a href="http://aliveaftercrisis.co/BgHmmWKj8mcxmcQk44wiK_WTl6mu62_8FDBKNoASndCDhvV_sQ" rel="sponsored" style="color:#000000;text-decoration:none; " target="blank"><strong>How to buy and stockpile </strong>a lot of ammo, in a very short time, without raising any flags&hellip;</a></li>
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75<div style="color:#FFFFFF;font-size:5px;">andez&#39;s first release of 2013 was Race 2, an ensemble action thriller (alongside Saif Ali Khan, John Abraham and Deepika Padukone), described as the &quot;cinematic equivalent of a trashy novel&quot; by critic Rajeev Masand. She played Omisha, a femme fatale, a role which required her learn fencing and some acrobatics. The film emerged as a commercial success, with the domestic gross of more than ?1 billion (US$13 million). In a particularly scathing review, Saibal Chatterjee of NDTV wrote that both Fernandez and Padukone &quot;strut around like wound-up automatons that are all decked-up but have nowhere to go.&quot; Also that year, Fernandez appeared in an item number, titled, &quot;Jaadu Ki Jhappi&quot;, for Prabhu Deva&#39;s romantic comedy Ramaiya Vasta Vaiya. 2014&ndash;present: Commercial success In 2014, Fernandez appeared in Sajid Nadiadwala&#39;s directorial debut&mdash;the action film Kick, a remake of a 2009 Telugu film of same
76  name. She starred opposite Salman Khan, playing Shaina, a psychiatrist . She retained her real voice for the first time in Kick. While Sneha May Francis commented that she is: &quot;incredibly dazzling, and moves like a magic&quot;, Raja Sen of Rediff.com was more critical of her dialogue delivery, calling it &quot;unfortunate.&quot; The film received mixed reviews from critics, but with worldwide revenue of over ?3.75 billion (US$50 million), it became the fourth highest-grossing Bollywood film. The film established Fernandez as one of the most popular Bollywood actresses. In 2015, Fernandez featured in Vicky Singh&#39;s Roy, a romantic thriller, which critic Sarita A. Tanwar described as a &quot;boring, exhausting and pretentious&quot; film. Fernandez played dual roles, Ayesha Aamir, a filmmaker in a relationship with another filmmaker (played by Arjun Rampal) and Tia Desai, a girl in love with a thief (played by Ranbir Kapoor). While India TV called it &quot;her best act till da
77 te&quot;, critic Rajeev Masand felt that she &quot;appears miscast in a part that required greater range.&quot; Roy failed to meet its box-office expectations, and was a commercial failure. Later that year, she appeared in a guest appearance for the comedy-satire Bangist</div>
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