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Guns • Re: Recommend a good conceal pistol for a female

September 13, 2017 MrDanB 0

My wife likes her Kahr cw9. It’s a good fit for small hands. Being able to grip your pistol correctly is crucial! Going to a local pawn shop or gun shop and just gripping them in your hands you will know pretty quick which ones feel “right”. I like all of my guns, but I enjoy shooting a 1970s S&W 9mm double stacker I bought on a whim for $350. It fits my hands perfectly and has less recoil due to its heavy weight. I am very accurate with it. Good luck in your search!! Dan

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Guns • Re: Recommend a good conceal pistol for a female

September 13, 2017 MrDanB 0

My wife likes her Kahr cw9. It’s a good fit for small hands. Being able to grip your pistol correctly is crucial! Going to a local pawn shop or gun shop and just gripping them in your hands you will know pretty quick which ones feel “right”. I like all of my guns, but I enjoy shooting a 1970s S&W 9mm double stacker I bought on a whim for $350. It fits my hands perfectly and has less recoil due to its heavy weight. I am very accurate with it. Good luck in your search!! Dan

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Introduce Yourself • Re: New but slowly making progress

September 7, 2017 MrDanB 0

Slim4182, Here’s something to consider: It costs nothing to make up a plan. Grab a pad of paper and a pen and sit down with a beverage and draw yourself out a plan. Make headings for all of the main categories, for example: FOOD, WATER, MEDICAL, SECURITY etc. Next, write down as many possible things you think you would like in each category. Next, go through your place and see if anything is on that list. If it is, it’s one less thing to have to buy.
With regards to food, I personally like to buy in bulk. Win Dixie / Winco has pretty good prices on bulk. If there’s any “scratch n dent” places near you, go and stock up there. I have used the Mormon church’s “Bishops storehouse” to get good deals on bulk as well. (I am not Mormon either. They are open to the public) Go to: Providentliving.org and look up where the nearest place is.
Thrift stores can be a great place to get all kinds of tools, sports equipment, games for kids etc. Prices are far better than retail.
Water and filtration: Several routes to go, but you do not want to get caught short on water! You can go longer without food than you can water. You do NOT need to run out and buy an expensive filtration system. There are plans here on this site to make your own or info on where to purchase quality filter kits that you can put together on the cheap. cheaperthandirt.com had a 2-bucket system with a spigot and filter on the cheap!
FREE food!?! I spent a few hours last weekend picking many blackberries. In fact many gallons of blackberries. How much were they? Glad you asked! FREE! Many other fruits and other plants grow wild in your area too. Just make sure to know who’s property you’re on when you gather… For the cost of a fishing license and some tackle you can catch fresh fish. Freeze in a “seal a meal” or smoke the fish and it will last longer. Have any dirt? learn about square foot or raised bed/row gardening. If I can do it, you can do it!lol
Skills- Read read read and then practice practice practice. It’s free to read APN. Write on your calendar 1 skill you want to learn, then dive in and spend a little time each week learning and practicing that skill. For example, I was 40 before I learned to do laundry (not really, but you get the idea) Learn the rule of 3: 3 ways to build a fire, 3 ways to purify water, 3 ways to cook etc etc
The rest will come with time and money. If there is anything you can be frugal on, do it! Get rid of expensive habits that cut into your prepping lifestyle. Years ago, I got cheaper insurance, but with a better quality company by shopping around and reading, I ditched the latest greatest cell phone and bought a very inexpensive phone. I can call my friends and family with the best of them!lol, I learned to grow some of my own food and that cut down on my grocery bill, I learned to roast my own coffee, I now pay about 3 bucks per pound and it’s better than most store bought coffee. The list is almost endless!
These are just a small cross section of how I tackled much of what you are going through now. I also agree that things are heating up in the world and that time is becoming a factor. STILL, I would never recommend going into debt to prepare. Remember that you have resources here on this site and most of us are a somewhat friendly bunch. Best of luck in your journey… :)

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A.N.T.S. • Re: The Fun Stuff

August 10, 2017 MrDanB 0

I’m with IceFire on this one! Gardening, tinkering in garage, DIY projects, roasting coffee at home etc. These are more like fun than work, since I can see the rewards I put into it.

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

August 5, 2017 MrDanB 0

Since history repeats itself, it is wise to remember that the average Gov. Issued paper note lasts about 250 years. The debt ceiling issue is coming soon, gold and (especially) silver are heavily manipulated and many nations have been buying up metals in record quantities.
We are in a currency war right now, and currency wars always lead to real wars. During the Weimar Republic crisis, a fistful of gold would have bought an entire city block of downtown Berlin. Many currencies have failed since then. We all see what’s going on in Venezuela right now. How far do you think metals will go during a full on currency crises? In Venezuela, today, a 1/10 Oz gold eagle will more than fill a freezer with meat. We pay roughly 140ish dollars for that same coin here in the US right now. Try filling your freezer with meat for 140 bucks!
It’s all going to depend on how things play out. If it’s full on SHTF, then metals will be the last thing on my mind. But if we continue down the “slow burn” road that were on, then metals will go up in value. At some point, the manipulation of the paper value of metals will end. An excellent video explaining all of this is:
https://youtu.be/iFDe5kUUyT0

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Reserve Currency

August 5, 2017 MrDanB 0

Since history repeats itself, it is wise to remember that the average Gov. Issued paper note lasts about 250 years. The debt ceiling issue is coming soon, gold and (especially) silver are heavily manipulated and many nations have been buying up metals in record quantities.
We are in a currency war right now, and currency wars always lead to real wars. During the Weimar Republic crisis, a fistful of gold would have bought an entire city block of downtown Berlin. Many currencies have failed since then. We all see what’s going on in Venezuela right now. How far do you think metals will go during a full on currency crises? In Venezuela, today, a 1/10 Oz gold eagle will more than fill a freezer with meat. We pay roughly 140ish dollars for that same coin here in the US right now. Try filling your freezer with meat for 140 bucks!
It’s all going to depend on how things play out. If it’s full on SHTF, then metals will be the last thing on my mind. But if we continue down the “slow burn” road that were on, then metals will go up in value. At some point, the manipulation of the paper value of metals will end. An excellent video explaining all of this is:
https://youtu.be/iFDe5kUUyT0

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Guns • Re: AR Upgrades Question

July 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

It’s such a personal thing to put mods on a rifle. I say this because one person may want to accurize while another may want sheer capacity and yet another may want an optic that brings the next county over into view. If it were my M&P, I would probably buy the spare parts kits, bulk up on magazines, then optic (in that order). After that, you may consider an accurate barrel (Wylde?), trigger upgrade (Timney or Geissele (sp?) and ambidextrous charging handle, fancy bolt etc etc. There’s almost no limit to what you could change on an AR.
I have an older Colt HB Sporter I picked up many years ago. I have yet to have a single problem with it. I have purchased an accurized Colt a year ago, and that rifle is as good to shoot as my older Colt. Best thing to do is go to AR15.com and start reading up on what others have done to their rifles and their rationale behind their decisions. If you can learn from others, you will be money and experience ahead! Enjoy it, take care of it and be safe!

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Guns • Re: AR Upgrades Question

July 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

It’s such a personal thing to put mods on a rifle. I say this because one person may want to accurize while another may want sheer capacity and yet another may want an optic that brings the next county over into view. If it were my M&P, I would probably buy the spare parts kits, bulk up on magazines, then optic (in that order). After that, you may consider an accurate barrel (Wylde?), trigger upgrade (Timney or Geissele (sp?) and ambidextrous charging handle, fancy bolt etc etc. There’s almost no limit to what you could change on an AR.
I have an older Colt HB Sporter I picked up many years ago. I have yet to have a single problem with it. I have purchased an accurized Colt a year ago, and that rifle is as good to shoot as my older Colt. Best thing to do is go to AR15.com and start reading up on what others have done to their rifles and their rationale behind their decisions. If you can learn from others, you will be money and experience ahead! Enjoy it, take care of it and be safe!

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

July 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

I was finally able to get this rifle out for a range day… Some things that I learned:
*.50 kicks like a slug from a 12Ga shotgun
*Not having to use a spotting scope to see the holes in the target is pretty cool
*The brass is HOT
*Cheek positioning will be different from here on out
*$1.75 per round is actually cheap compared to Viagra
*Bigger isn’t always better, but in this case it really is!
*I don’t regret this purchase whatsoever!

After I got used to it, I was in the black right away. By the end of the session, I was consistently close to bullseye @ 50yds from a fixed bench using iron sights.
@Dirk= Yes, gas block is set screwed in. Looking forward to next range day!

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

July 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

I was finally able to get this rifle out for a range day… Some things that I learned:
*.50 kicks like a slug from a 12Ga shotgun
*Not having to use a spotting scope to see the holes in the target is pretty cool
*The brass is HOT
*Cheek positioning will be different from here on out
*$1.75 per round is actually cheap compared to Viagra
*Bigger isn’t always better, but in this case it really is!
*I don’t regret this purchase whatsoever!

After I got used to it, I was in the black right away. By the end of the session, I was consistently close to bullseye @ 50yds from a fixed bench using iron sights.
@Dirk= Yes, gas block is set screwed in. Looking forward to next range day!

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Who is the Authority on Prepping?

June 24, 2017 MrDanB 0

Adaptation. Things rarely happen as you think they will. Being able to adapt is key. In the animal world, those that are able to adapt carry on the lineage. Same for humans. Nobody is an expert in all fields, but we can learn and practice enough to survive and even thrive in bad times. Having stuff is great, but without knowledge things get tougher. I have revised my plans countless times because things change…

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A.N.T.S. • Re: Who is the Authority on Prepping?

June 24, 2017 MrDanB 0

Adaptation. Things rarely happen as you think they will. Being able to adapt is key. In the animal world, those that are able to adapt carry on the lineage. Same for humans. Nobody is an expert in all fields, but we can learn and practice enough to survive and even thrive in bad times. Having stuff is great, but without knowledge things get tougher. I have revised my plans countless times because things change…

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

June 7, 2017 MrDanB 0
rickdun wrote:
MrDB, that’s a sweet ride. You know you’ll have to cuddle with it tonight. :shakeyes:

Rick,
I may have to visit the doctor. It’s been more than 4 hours… :eek::whistling::gunsmile::D

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

June 7, 2017 MrDanB 0
rickdun wrote:
MrDB, that’s a sweet ride. You know you’ll have to cuddle with it tonight. :shakeyes:

Rick,
I may have to visit the doctor. It’s been more than 4 hours… :eek::whistling::gunsmile::D

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

June 4, 2017 MrDanB 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I took a look at it when it first came out. Back then there was not as many bullets available.
Brass is not common, but then again neither are the .45Thumper, or the .458SOCOM.
Not sure if you can use other brass to make those.
While looking around, some mentioned it was likely easier to find 45-70govt than any of the above.
It is a good looking round. I can understand your interest.

I went up to Cabelas and picked up a large case of FMJ for this rifle last night. When I got home, I decided to look online for other suppliers of .50 Beo. Seems they make a brass bullet (350 grain spitzer) cartridge that will penetrate brick walls. In the description it reads: “for extremely dangerous game”. I was thinking “extremely dangerous”? As opposed to what, kinda dangerous or very dangerous? A rhino with a bad molar comes to mind.lol I can find all of the components at decent prices, but the TIME put in to reloading is a killer for me. I will probably save the brass and sell it to help offset new ammo purchases. I pick up the rifle tomorrow at my FFL dealer. I will have to post some pics when I get out and try it. :gunsmile:

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

May 27, 2017 MrDanB 0

Well, apparently it’s “later this year”… I found a guy out of Montana who takes the Alexander Arms Beowulf .50 and slicks them out. Tactical Realm is where I found this beast:
http://shop.tacticalrealm.com/Custom-Bu … _p_13.html
Should be ready for pick up at my FFL dealer by next weekend. I will take pics and post a little about it once I get up to the hills to try it out. Maybe I should start a “go fund me” account so I can buy some ammo.lol ($26.99 for 20 rounds was the cheapest I could find…)

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Guns • Re: Remington 700’s

May 21, 2017 MrDanB 0
MADE IN AMERICA wrote:
Except for a handful of 700s its a mute issue. Many manufaturers have recalls. Ford, Toyota, GM, Sony etc etc. I own several dozen 700s and have no plans to demonize a weapon that has always served me and mine 100%. Will continue to follow the 700/870 route till the end of time! Anyone wanting out drop me a line on any 700 in excellent condition. Barrel condition and chamberings are not an issue if the price is right.

I don’t think anyone “demonized” the 700 rifle. People have died due to faulty engineering and Remington has come out and clearly stated to check your serial number and discontinue use if it’s on the list. Here’s exactly what they say: http://xmprecall.remington.com/
I’m sure that the 700 is a great long gun. I DO agree with BK that they have had some quality issues as of late. A good friend of mine bought a 12 gauge shotgun. Turns out it was recalled for issues. (If I remember right, it was an XPS? model). Also, I believe it was far more than a “handful” of rifles that shipped with either of the 2 faulty triggers. Not trying to hit a raw nerve with anyone, just passing along useful info that may help others… :gunsmile:

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Introduce Yourself • Re: Single Mom prepper in Washington

April 11, 2017 MrDanB 0

Welcome to APN from north of Seattle! You ARE ahead of the curve! It does take time and money to prep for the “stuff” you want to store up, but knowledge is mostly free and ,sometimes, more important than much of the stuff. This is a great resource to learn and share and even have a laugh now and then.
DanB

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Introduce Yourself • Re: Single Mom prepper in Washington

April 11, 2017 MrDanB 0

Welcome to APN from north of Seattle! You ARE ahead of the curve! It does take time and money to prep for the “stuff” you want to store up, but knowledge is mostly free and ,sometimes, more important than much of the stuff. This is a great resource to learn and share and even have a laugh now and then.
DanB

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Introduce Yourself • Re: New Member From W WA

March 30, 2017 MrDanB 0

Hi Strider! Lots of decent folks here in Wa on this site. You sound like you’re situated nicely. Getting the home paid off is one of the hardest things to do for many! Gold Bar is a great location too! Far less population and right at the mountains. If you have any questions, ask away. If it’s prepping related, it’s probably been covered multiple times on this site!
DanB

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Introduce Yourself • Re: New Member From W WA

March 30, 2017 MrDanB 0

Hi Strider! Lots of decent folks here in Wa on this site. You sound like you’re situated nicely. Getting the home paid off is one of the hardest things to do for many! Gold Bar is a great location too! Far less population and right at the mountains. If you have any questions, ask away. If it’s prepping related, it’s probably been covered multiple times on this site!
DanB

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General Preparedness Discussion • Re: Just For Fun – Prepper Property

March 27, 2017 MrDanB 0

Cin,
Eastern Wa: has some screaming deals and nearly perfect for a preppers lifestyle:
https://www.trulia.com/property/3230451 … s-WA-99137

This one is only 15 acres, but there are many out there with more acreage in similar price ranges. This particular dwelling has views of 2 water bodies, wildlife galore and good fertile soil amongst tall trees (firewood). I will either end up in E Wa or central Tx. Handful more years to go before retirement for me… Good luck with your searching! :D

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Financial Issues • Re: Cryptocurrency for investments?

March 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

If it’s not physically in your possession, you don’t own it. Scores of investors here in the US THINK they own silver or gold because they invested in an electronic fund through a well established brokerage. If you were to read the fine print in the contract, you would see that most of the time you forfeit ownership of your cash when you use their services. They grow your money for you and then let you take a loan against “your” account. In the event of a 1930’s style market crash (or worse), they can exchange stock in their own business in lieu of the silver or gold you think you own. Sad but true. Nothing ever exchanges hands. It’s just cyber x’s and o’s in a database. The economy we live with today is riddled with pitfalls and uncertainty.
As for crypto currency… IF you were into bitcoin (even middle of last year), you would be happy right now. Will it go to 10K per coin? Who knows. I’m hedging my bet with silver and gold, something tangible that is recognized the world over. Your mileage may vary…

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Guns • Re: .50 Beowulf

March 5, 2017 MrDanB 0

After much reading and the opinions expressed here… I’ve decided to wait until a little later this year. If I still want it in the fall, I will go all in with a rifle and a good amount of ammo. No ammo = an expensive club… Thanks for the thoughts on this guys!

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Guns • .50 Beowulf

February 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

I was looking into AR variants and found this:
http://www.alexanderarms.com/products/50-beowulf

Alexander Arms came up with an upper for the AR 15 that pins right on any standard lower. Shoots a .50 Beowulf round. I went to you tube and looked at some reviews. Seems folks are pretty happy with it. Anyone have any first hand experience with it? I’m not sure if I want to buy the upper and dismantle an existing rifle I have or save up a bit more and buy a complete rifle. Any thoughts? :gunsmile:

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Introduce Yourself • Re: Hello American friends

February 25, 2017 MrDanB 0

Welcome Inmar, from Washington (the GOOD one.lol) I would like to hear your thoughts on preparedness. I also would like to know if you have heard of “tea kvass”. It is known here as “kombucha tea”. I know several people who have benefitted from it. Another thing would be your thoughts on precious metals to hedge against paper currency issues… :)

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Guns • Re: Remington 700’s

February 20, 2017 MrDanB 0

They did an expose on 60 minutes last night on it. Likely, many have died from the issues. Seems the first trigger group was faulty, but Remington never admitted fault, but DID pay out to victims. They “upgraded” the trigger group to an even worse set of problems for the rifle: Seems that in very cold conditions, when you disengage the safety, it can fire without even touching the trigger! An ex-Marine was handling his loaded rifle in his home, he took the safety off and it fired. The round went through the window and straight through 2 neighbor gals across the street, fatally wounding them both. A really bizarre tragedy. Another story was a Father with 2 boys. The boys got into a verbal altercation and the older boy pulled out his fathers Remington 700 and pointed it at his brother. The rifle went off without ever touching the trigger. The father testified AGAINST the surviving son. Later, the trigger issue came to light and the son was released from jail. There were others as well. This seems like a case of “safety first isn’t safe enough”. I almost bought a Remington 700 a few years back. Kinda glad I didn’t now… They said that if every Remington 700 owner in America turned in their rifle for the upgrade to the trigger, it would cost a half billion to do it. You never know…

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General Family Preparedness • Re: LDS food supplies

February 19, 2017 MrDanB 0

I went yesterday and picked up everything from powdered milk pouches to beans and potato pearls etc. I got 24 #10 cans plus the milk for 125.00. I did not grow up on it, but, as an adult I have enjoyed it. In fact, I haven’t had anything from there I didn’t like. Beans, rice and pasta are raw. It will taste as good as your cooking skills allow it to be imho. Looking at their order sheet, 95% of everything they offer needs to be cooked, seasoned, other ingredients added etc to make it palatable. A can or sack of oats would taste pretty bland all by itself. A little sugar and raisins and maybe cinnamon or nuts would make it pretty good. I give them a 10 out of 10 for their service too. I walked in, I was greeted in a friendly way and led back to the storehouse, where I produced my order sheet. The gentleman grabbed a cart and loaded it all up for me, rang me up and asked if he could help me out to the truck with it. Super nice people! No lines, no issues and much cheaper than the local supermarkets in my area. You can try it once and if you don’t like it, don’t go back… www.providentliving.org the food places are called “Bishops Storehouse”. Hope that helps someone out there… :)

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Economic Disasters • Re: So for investors who hold physical gold and silver, 2017

February 18, 2017 MrDanB 0

Precious metals are not for everyone. This is apparent by the comments here. The same 1/4 oz gold coin will buy today what it bought 100 years ago. The value is intrinsic and fungible. The value of paper dollars (Federal Reserve Notes) goes up and down. Currently, the US dollar has lost over 90% of it’s buying power. Historically, as the dollar goes up in “value”, the metals go down (and vice versa).
When I was a youngster, silver was running under 5 bucks a troy ounce. It’s at 18 today. On top of how well it’s done for me personally, it’s value is manipulated by Wall Street. It SHOULD be running at 170+ per troy ounce by todays weakened dollar! If/when the manipulation ends, it will skyrocket! If the dollar further tanks, it will skyrocket. China has had their AIIB and precious metals exchange open for a while now. They are valuing metals higher than we do here in the US. When the disparity becomes glaringly obvious to US investors, they will want to pull their paper metal assets and invest in Asian markets. The problem is that they only do business in physical precious metals, not paper.
Now, having said all of that… During the Weimar Republic financial crisis, those who had a little handful of gold coins faired well through it (see chart)WeimarGoldprices.jpg. Some smart investors even thrived during their collapse. It is rumored that 25 ounces of gold in those days would have bought an entire city block of downtown Berlin! Zimbabwe, Venezuela, Bosnia, Greece etc the line of failing paper currencies around the globe is LONG! In each of those countries, if you had just a handful of gold or a few hundred ounces of silver, you could get through just fine. I do not collect gold and silver coins/bullion to eat it! That would just be silly. I collect it because I work hard and I want some buying value and power to my future purchases. I want to know that my hard work was not in vain! If I need cash, I take some coins down to a bullion vendor and trade them in for cash money. There will always be someone willing to take gold or silver in trade or barter…

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Guns • Re: RELOADING

February 14, 2017 MrDanB 0

donba- I bought the ABC’s of reloading at a second hand store years back. Great read! Heed the precautions and you will be just fine. I also agree that watching someone else the first time helps. Reloading falls under the same safety as electricity: Respect it, always! Double loading powder, interruptions, incorrect sizing. Lots can go wrong. You just need to take your time and go slow. Even when you’ve been doing it for years, take your time and go slow… It’s only the unknown that is keeping you from doing it. ;) IMHO, some of the benefits: A better load for your rifle, making it more accurate, learning a new skill, having a way to make your own if the shelves go bare etc. If you rush or get distracted easily, you may want to watch a bunch of youtube or dvd vids first. Hope that helps some. Good luck with it!

Statistics: Posted by MrDanB — Mon Feb 13, 2017 7:27 pm