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BOL’s and Retreats • Wyoming property

June 29, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:15 pm


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BOL’s and Retreats • Wyoming property

June 29, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Wed Jun 28, 2017 7:15 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: radiological prep ?

June 26, 2017 risky buisness 0

The actual idea regarding radiological events is to limit exposure until such time, through measurement of radiation, its determined to be at a reasonably safe level to go outside and do what ever for a specific length of time to limit the overall exposure so as not to die of it. So the popping in and out may not be practical, I do still highly recommend getting a copy of a good skill set reference book, depending upon your location and proximity to either primary or secondary targets, or nuke power plants, it’s quite conceivable that a minimum protective area could be employed to shelter your self, I’m not going to tell you it’s easy, but it’s also, depending of course on location, not that difficult to achieve with some planning and adaptable resource utilization.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Mon Jun 26, 2017 6:44 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: radiological prep ?

June 25, 2017 risky buisness 0

Per decon: As our sheltering space is in a large room in a garage, were fairly lucky to have a large enough area to do decon. Covered area before rear door, easily plastic sheeted, concrete walk way for runoff from gravity flow tank and hose set up in the interior for gross decon, with 2x2s and a staple gun the interior is then sheeted and isolated from the initial area in all actuality if you read up on haz-mat decon you will be able to set your area up very well for radiation fall out decon, also the same principals work very well for any biohazard incident where your protective garments may have some exposure to pathogens, identically, any chemical issues may also be addressed with a similar set up, a small wading pool, plastic sheeting duct tape, perhaps a chemical decontaminant solution in a portable garden sprayer, or water for initial use, even as one other poster suggested, a good brushing may suffice, the only really tough part for me was trying to find a method to calculate decay rates from readings taken with my insturments.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 24, 2017 7:02 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: radiological prep ?

June 24, 2017 risky buisness 0

yes there is. Look up Kreston Kerney nuclear war survival skills, older but still great information. Get some detection equipment, look at Ki4you.com for some deals, surplus US radiological gear is available, as are dosimeters read up on them first. check out online fallout wind direction maps relative to your location. If you garden, get enough plastic sheeting to cover the ground from radioactive dust (fallout) so you can grow safe crops later, collect rainwater in covered containers to wash fallout off your roof, also doubles as fire protection too, theirs bunches of practical low buck preps that can interface real well with what you have going for other stuff,

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:36 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • Re: radiological prep ?

June 24, 2017 risky buisness 0

yes there is. Look up Kreston Kerney nuclear war survival skills, older but still great information. Get some detection equipment, look at Ki4you.com for some deals, surplus US radiological gear is available, as are dosimeters read up on them first. check out online fallout wind direction maps relative to your location. If you garden, get enough plastic sheeting to cover the ground from radioactive dust (fallout) so you can grow safe crops later, collect rainwater in covered containers to wash fallout off your roof, also doubles as fire protection too, theirs bunches of practical low buck preps that can interface real well with what you have going for other stuff,

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Fri Jun 23, 2017 9:36 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • radiological prep ?

June 24, 2017 risky buisness 0

A quick scroll of the topics list here don’t appear to include much in the way of radiological defense, monitoring or sheltering discussions, focusing mostly on EMP based scenarios, I’m fairly new to this board, but I’ve done this prep thing for a long time. Perhaps I’m not looking in the right area for a candid discussion as to what I ascertain as ‘ the ‘ big threat, which I still believe is a possibility so, please indulge me if I’m not in the right area, and if I am, may I be so bold, ask why the shift in focus for a more clear view of others thoughts on this topic.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Fri Jun 23, 2017 7:30 pm


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Terrorism & other Man made disasters • radiological prep ?

June 24, 2017 risky buisness 0

A quick scroll of the topics list here don’t appear to include much in the way of radiological defense, monitoring or sheltering discussions, focusing mostly on EMP based scenarios, I’m fairly new to this board, but I’ve done this prep thing for a long time. Perhaps I’m not looking in the right area for a candid discussion as to what I ascertain as ‘ the ‘ big threat, which I still believe is a possibility so, please indulge me if I’m not in the right area, and if I am, may I be so bold, ask why the shift in focus for a more clear view of others thoughts on this topic.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Fri Jun 23, 2017 7:30 pm


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BOB’s & BOV’s • Re: My Bug Out Bag

June 18, 2017 risky buisness 0

I’m thinking that this thread is probably getting an awful lot more important than we allow. As our world seems to be on some collision course with any number of disasters looming, the importance of being able to sustain our selves even for a brief period is very important. If we fall into a normalcy bias thought process and believe that a change of political climate will cure all that is wrong, I suggest that were destine to fail, and that failure could be a permanent one. If I may suggest, for those who lament the weight of the items they presuppose they need to actually survive some event, to go to self-reliance outfitters.com , and watch Dave Canterburys take on some topics that we could all relate to,

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 17, 2017 9:56 pm


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BOB’s & BOV’s • Re: My Bug Out Bag

June 18, 2017 risky buisness 0

I’m thinking that this thread is probably getting an awful lot more important than we allow. As our world seems to be on some collision course with any number of disasters looming, the importance of being able to sustain our selves even for a brief period is very important. If we fall into a normalcy bias thought process and believe that a change of political climate will cure all that is wrong, I suggest that were destine to fail, and that failure could be a permanent one. If I may suggest, for those who lament the weight of the items they presuppose they need to actually survive some event, to go to self-reliance outfitters.com , and watch Dave Canterburys take on some topics that we could all relate to,

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 17, 2017 9:56 pm


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Knives and Multi-tools • Re: Why a Tactical knife is essential for extreme survivalis

June 12, 2017 risky buisness 0

Oh come on, extreme survivalists have to have tactical knives? Early American explorers were extreme survivalists and got by very well with assorted trade/butcher knives as well as thousands of pioneers snd other folks who basicall lived outside.While not appearing in rambo movies most folks I know who do bushcraft or go outside bunches have cutlery very similar to those of 150-200 years ago. I use ESSE, a representaton of a french trade knife and find nothing tactcal about it. Well come to think about it, I do have an honest tactical knife. My dads KA-BAR, tatically tested on Guadacanal. He probably would have been fine with an Old Hicory butcher knife, its just what the Marines gave him
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Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:52 pm


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Knives and Multi-tools • Re: Why a Tactical knife is essential for extreme survivalis

June 12, 2017 risky buisness 0

Oh come on, extreme survivalists have to have tactical knives? Early American explorers were extreme survivalists and got by very well with assorted trade/butcher knives as well as thousands of pioneers snd other folks who basicall lived outside.While not appearing in rambo movies most folks I know who do bushcraft or go outside bunches have cutlery very similar to those of 150-200 years ago. I use ESSE, a representaton of a french trade knife and find nothing tactcal about it. Well come to think about it, I do have an honest tactical knife. My dads KA-BAR, tatically tested on Guadacanal. He probably would have been fine with an Old Hicory butcher knife, its just what the Marines gave him
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Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:52 pm


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Knives and Multi-tools • Re: What is your favorite knife for a SHTF / bugout situatio

June 12, 2017 risky buisness 0

Im seeing some interesting responces in this topics replys, Im convinced that most folks nailed the gist of the issue by stating that just one knife/ tool would not be suffecient. In my own case, my everpresent leatherman wave with small flashlite, ferro rod and diamond hone all in the belt.pouch is a must, if its a serious deal, then my ESSE 6hm is going with. Once again, if serious, my bob is going too which contains a bacco laplander folding saw, a buck 110 folder and as a back up, my dads USMC issue KA-BAR. Its all pretty subjective as to exactly what to pack around. Have to match your perferences to your preconcived idea of need.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:33 pm


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Knives and Multi-tools • Re: What is your favorite knife for a SHTF / bugout situatio

June 12, 2017 risky buisness 0

Im seeing some interesting responces in this topics replys, Im convinced that most folks nailed the gist of the issue by stating that just one knife/ tool would not be suffecient. In my own case, my everpresent leatherman wave with small flashlite, ferro rod and diamond hone all in the belt.pouch is a must, if its a serious deal, then my ESSE 6hm is going with. Once again, if serious, my bob is going too which contains a bacco laplander folding saw, a buck 110 folder and as a back up, my dads USMC issue KA-BAR. Its all pretty subjective as to exactly what to pack around. Have to match your perferences to your preconcived idea of need.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Mon Jun 12, 2017 2:33 pm


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Survival Gear • A better way to keep warm

June 11, 2017 risky buisness 0

Hi guys, this last winter I had an unfortunate experience, my side by side crapped out 5-6 miles from the house, pretty cold here in Southern Wyoming hunting coyotes, but… I prep for stuff like that, pretty much just sage brush here so what ever shelter you have you, bring it. My EDC bag of goodies includes a tarp and a reusable space blanket, So, I rigged it up, got a bit of fire going called the missus and did some inconvenient camping. The reflective property’s of the space blanket are pretty good, but, my set up didn’t allow for even small wind direction changes that blew the reflected heat right out of my quickie shelter, as I sat there shivering my night away, I thought about what to do… :blink:
The answer is real simple, when you purchase a new sportsman reflective blanket, cut your old one up into 2 pieces, triangular in shape, and overlap glue and 100mph tape them on to the edges of your new reflective blanket, creating ‘wings’ on the sides to block wind and provide more reflective area for you to keep warm in, it doesn’t require much more room to store, and only 2 more stakes to pack. might just save your life.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 7:19 pm


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Survival Gear • A better way to keep warm

June 11, 2017 risky buisness 0

Hi guys, this last winter I had an unfortunate experience, my side by side crapped out 5-6 miles from the house, pretty cold here in Southern Wyoming hunting coyotes, but… I prep for stuff like that, pretty much just sage brush here so what ever shelter you have you, bring it. My EDC bag of goodies includes a tarp and a reusable space blanket, So, I rigged it up, got a bit of fire going called the missus and did some inconvenient camping. The reflective property’s of the space blanket are pretty good, but, my set up didn’t allow for even small wind direction changes that blew the reflected heat right out of my quickie shelter, as I sat there shivering my night away, I thought about what to do… :blink:
The answer is real simple, when you purchase a new sportsman reflective blanket, cut your old one up into 2 pieces, triangular in shape, and overlap glue and 100mph tape them on to the edges of your new reflective blanket, creating ‘wings’ on the sides to block wind and provide more reflective area for you to keep warm in, it doesn’t require much more room to store, and only 2 more stakes to pack. might just save your life.

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 7:19 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Wyoming retreat property

June 10, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 6:56 pm


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For Sale & Trade • Wyoming retreat property

June 10, 2017 risky buisness 0

Wyoming retreat property.
4 bedroom 2 bath home, on 20 acres. fenced, with good well and several springs. heats with pellet stove and propane back up. 8000 watt propane back up generator, with 500 gallon tank. area for STOL landing strip on property. South West Wyoming, 10 miles from a smaller rural community 2500 ppl, good hospital and schools, local shopping. plenty of wide open spaces. coal and gas/oil production, wind energy production very nearby, as is a power generating facility for employment possibilities. home is situated in a small 12-15 family semi community, paved access with good winter access. no further subdivision is permitted, so no new homes or infringements. Great meadow for grass/ livestock production. BLM/State property access out of the back gate IE 1,000,000 acres for recreation.
leave a message on this board for further information thanx, risky buisness

Statistics: Posted by risky buisness — Sat Jun 10, 2017 6:56 pm