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    It's pretty cool to me to have a slingshot that...

    It's pretty cool to me to have a slingshot that fires arrows but I'd think it's more effective with its original design. Slinging rocks or ball bearings. Taking small game is easy. If I wanted to...
  2. Thread: "Alone."

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    This show was a good idea but the producers...

    This show was a good idea but the producers seemed to have chosen the wrong people. It seems that a lot of guys go to Walmart and buy a Colman mag block with stick and are able to produce a fire in...
  3. Thread: Snapper!

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    In Mississippi we have an over abundance of...

    In Mississippi we have an over abundance of knobby bowls. Every pond has turtles catches to rid them from ruining a pond. Old folk claim that if there is moss on the shell it's 50 years plus.
    I've...
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    Well that just says you got a good gut feeling....

    Well that just says you got a good gut feeling. If you weren't afraid of the weather enough to leave then, to me, shows you have good common sense. And a lot of guys say just pick a better spot which...
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    I think toughin it out was your best situation....

    I think toughin it out was your best situation. For starters you could have developed hyperthermia which is bad news. And second you could have slipped it the slick mud and tumbled down the hill...
  6. Thread: Crawfish

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    One thing about crawfish is if they are boiled...

    One thing about crawfish is if they are boiled its best to do it while they are still alive and if you come across one that the tail isn't curled inward don't eat the tail. Usually soiled meat.
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  7. A few years ago before ammo was so scarce...

    A few years ago before ammo was so scarce Wal-Mart sold a brick of 22 ammo in a tin around Christmas. I can remember how many of these we bought. Dozens every year. My brothers and I would shoot the...
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    Well you know when you arrive at Fort Benning for...

    Well you know when you arrive at Fort Benning for OSUT when they issue your weapon they add a can of Copenhagen
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    As a former grunt with more than enough combat...

    As a former grunt with more than enough combat deployments I'll tell you the one best piece of advice, "what can go wrong, will go wrong". Everytime we left the wire we were prepared to get into a...
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    Yeah. The foam is still intact. I found a...

    Yeah. The foam is still intact. I found a handmade seat cover from a company on ebay for $25. If i don't get that I have old seat covers I can wrap and staple.
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    I love the Sigma. I must have ran over 600 rounds...

    I love the Sigma. I must have ran over 600 rounds through it in 4 years and never had a jam. Just can't hit a barn at 30 yards while I'm nailing tacks at 50 yards with my Glock 21 45 and 1911
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    Exactly. Honda had to stop making those old four...

    Exactly. Honda had to stop making those old four tracks because they wouldn't ever break, then no one would buy newer ones. Haha. Just like my four wheelers. I have an Artic Cat 660 that even though...
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    Oh I inow the dangers. Having grown up with a...

    Oh I inow the dangers. Having grown up with a Honda 200 Big Red. To me they are the most fun ATV. It seems you can't tear them up. Most guys who buy new four wheelers and side by sides are constantly...
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    10635 This is after paint. Before I put on the...

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    This is after paint. Before I put on the accessories.
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    Yeah I know how easy and tempting they are to...

    Yeah I know how easy and tempting they are to stand them up till the carb stops sucking gas. Haha. But I just realized that if a SHTF scenario arose I can stand it up, put the front tires of my...
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    I applaud you for wanting to face your issues. My...

    I applaud you for wanting to face your issues. My advice is plan for at least 3 months. Safe to plan for 6 months to a year. Not only do you want to "survive" but have the gear and knowledge to enjoy...
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    New Possible Bug Out Vehicle

    Last week I traded a S&W Sigma 9mm for a 1983 Honda 185s ATC 3-wheeler. It looked good, ran good and starts first pull. New tires and brakes adjusted. I looked on Craigslist and found that a bike in...
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    I've heard of that technique but unfortunately I...

    I've heard of that technique but unfortunately I don't wear a mechanical watch. I wear a digital G-Shock I recieved from the military.
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    Another idea is to invest in a torch and welder,...

    Another idea is to invest in a torch and welder, with a supply of steel. If someone wants to barter and they have what you want. Build them the item that would suit them. I believe in helping...
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    I'm not a big should bag fan. I've used them only...

    I'm not a big should bag fan. I've used them only to find that I'd be just as comfortable with a 3 day pack and able to carry more items. But you're thought of cutting wieght and not packing...
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    Wilderness Navigation

    In the military we are taught to use a topi map and plot 8 digit grid coordinates. Taught how to shoot asthmas and pace count and all that. It great for finding a exact point. But what if you're lost...
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    They work good for heat and hold up well.

    They work good for heat and hold up well.
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    I also say welding gloves. Some Tillman TIG...

    I also say welding gloves. Some Tillman TIG gloves work well. Protect you from heat yet thin enough to grab items. I use mine at least 4 hours a day all week and it can get a month out of one pair...
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    Well as a former infantryman I have to say our...

    Well as a former infantryman I have to say our favorite gear is the poncho with liner and 100mph tape.

    Reasons:
    It can be sun shining without a cloud in the sky but the moment a infantry company...
  25. Thread: edc kits/gear

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    In my hiking and bug out bags I use empty Teflon...

    In my hiking and bug out bags I use empty Teflon tap rolls to make my fishing kits. Can get a lot of line with tackle on them. Also works well to spool about 10-15 feet or 550 cord.
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