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#1 OFFLINE   youngod

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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 10:58 PM

http://www.washingto...article/2637349

 

 

Actually, I believe 9 out of 10 guys on this forum would survive.  If you are in a big urban area............ :anim_wave: bye.  

 

Have you ever thought about it?  Seriously, what would you do if you are driving down the road on the way home from work and poof!  Everything stops.   Your wife and kids maybe across town or across country.  Could they get home?  Do you have plans to meet somewhere if you can't get home?  It's some bad crap!!

 

I have a GHB in the car.  Not much in it but I think I could get home in a day, 2 at the most.  




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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 11:23 PM

Yep, my ass is dead......I can't walk 2 miles in a day, can't carry survival gear, let alone a rifle and ammo.....and water....

 

Here in town, ya make it home not much of a problem, it's a long walk for the thugs and most will be easy pickings by the time they make it up here.....

 

However, lack of surface water is a killer, and then ya have winter.........

 

Not a good combination.......




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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 11:29 PM

Our horses will have to start working for a living.
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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 11:34 PM

Yep, Rampy you better hope for Yellowstone to blow its' top before NK hits us with an EMP. At least Yellowstone will kill you quickly and bury you deep.

 

Guys, if it happens, please waste no time and be proactive by killing every criminal you can. I am completely serious, there will be 2 types of people when society breaks down. Those who will be a benefit to have around and those who won't be. It is best to get those who won't be out of the way as quickly as possible to avoid them causing problems later.


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Posted Oct. 12 2017 - 11:36 PM

Our horses will have to start working for a living.

Don't forget about bicycles. They can be carried in just about any vehicle and don't need food or water.
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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:20 AM

Don't forget about bicycles. They can be carried in just about any vehicle and don't need food or water.

Horses can go places that no bicycle can. In a survival situation that can be a really handy thing.

Bicycles are too much work anyway. I'll stick with my horses.




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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:23 AM

Our horses will have to start working for a living.


You know... our horses aren't in my disaster preparedness plan. Their feet would go untrimmed and eventually, they'd be useless.

Sure you can file and file until you collapse, but we should buy some nippers!

Horses are easy. Water and grass. As long as they don't need dewormer too bad, as long as they don't injure themselves too bad.... you'll always have water and grass.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:25 AM

You don't have to feed or water a bicycle. They have some pretty awesome off road bikes these days.  Wolves and other predators don't eat bicycles either.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:26 AM

You know... our horses aren't in my disaster preparedness plan. Their feet would go untrimmed and eventually, they'd be useless.

Sure you can file and file until you collapse, but we should buy some nippers!

Horses are easy. Water and grass. As long as they don't need dewormer too bad, as long as they don't injure themselves too bad.... you'll always have water and grass.

in the Mojave Desert?




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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:28 AM

http://www.washingto...article/2637349

 

 

Actually, I believe 9 out of 10 guys on this forum would survive.  If you are in a big urban area............ :anim_wave: bye.  

 

Have you ever thought about it?  Seriously, what would you do if you are driving down the road on the way home from work and poof!  Everything stops.   Your wife and kids maybe across town or across country.  Could they get home?  Do you have plans to meet somewhere if you can't get home?  It's some bad crap!!

 

I have a GHB in the car.  Not much in it but I think I could get home in a day, 2 at the most.  

I am retired I don't get too far from home




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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:34 AM

Slacker, now the time you need to travel......

 

 

 

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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:49 AM

in the Mojave Desert?


Camels, then.

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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:50 AM

You know... our horses aren't in my disaster preparedness plan. Their feet would go untrimmed and eventually, they'd be useless.
Sure you can file and file until you collapse, but we should buy some nippers!
Horses are easy. Water and grass. As long as they don't need dewormer too bad, as long as they don't injure themselves too bad.... you'll always have water and grass.


My wife can handle the hoof trimming. One of our horses is trained to drive. Hopefully we won’t need to depend on them. We have plenty of neighbors with horses, wagons and even sleighs built for hauling. I better get myself in shape.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 12:59 AM

You don't have to feed or water a bicycle. They have some pretty awesome off road bikes these days.  Wolves and other predators don't eat bicycles either.


I bet my horse would last longer than the tires on your bicycle. One of ours is quite good going over rough terrain that bicycles would have to be carried over.

But I see benefits in both.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 04:52 AM

Horses can go places that no bicycle can. In a survival situation that can be a really handy thing.
Bicycles are too much work anyway. I'll stick with my horses.

It's the other way around, bicycles can go places no horse can. I can put a bike on my back and climb a ladder or a cliff. I can put a bike in a canoe or rowboat and cross large bodies of water. I can keep my bike in my vehicle while I am at work or take it in a small airplane.

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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 05:10 AM

It is so funny you write this, as I have decided to go head and get 3 or 4 hand held ham radios for us and the kids.

I was going to start on thread on a Venturi box for them,

you know, something I might be able to pick up andt Lowes or bed bath and beyond made as kitchen do-dadd but might work as a small venture vox, So I won't have to make the.

 

Any thoughts on something made for another purpose I could use as a small Venturi box (or whatever it's called), or and easy was to build the smallest thing possible for one of these hand held radios. I have to build 4, so I would rather find something to buy small and cheap.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 05:14 AM

Horses can go places that no bicycle can. In a survival situation that can be a really handy thing.

Bicycles are too much work anyway. I'll stick with my horses.

 

I agree with you 100%, IF you are set up with your horses.

I actually agree with gmor that good bikes could be indispensable in a survival situation.

 

I also don't think many people know how extensively bikes have been used in modern warfare...

 

BTW: I am bugging IN.

Have too many spinal and other health problems to do otherwise.

Even if I was healthy, I would still be inclined to bug in with the spot I live now.

 

I may not have the extensive arsenals some of you other guys have, but I have not scrimped on ammo,

have redundant platforms, and spare parts that do not require a gunsmith. 

For better or worse, This is retcop's last stand. Nothing around here that I would think would be targeted for a direct strike from nuclear or bio weapons. Am far enough South of St. Louis that the prevailing winds from the West should be in my favor.

Bring it on.

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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 05:17 AM

 
I agree with you 100%, IF you are set up with your horses.
I actually agree with gmor that good bikes could be indispensable in a survival situation.
 
I also don't think many people know how extensively bikes have been used in modern warfare...

Yep, you can parachute with a bike.


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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 05:38 AM

I could take two of my parents horses and have the wife back home in 5 or 6 hours. We will have no problem surviving off the land for my family.

 

Some of you with higher water tables should think about getting a drive point well setup.




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Posted Oct. 13 2017 - 07:18 AM

bah. more fear being spewed is nothing new.   I'd be quite content if social media went for a dump, that alone would kill off a few million millennials  :laugh:

 

I wish I had a horse.  but I got legs, and I can still hump a fair bit of shat if it goes for a shatter.   bicycles, aren't they nice :flowers:

at least you can eat a horse if it goes lame on you.




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