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March 5, 2018 longrifle 0

I am looking at a new bow and was wondering if anyone had experience with a PSE Evolve 35 with the 75% let off cams. I am currently in the process of saving for the toy and looking for opinions good or bad.Statistics: Posted by longrifle — Mon Mar 05,…

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Other weapons • Re: chemical pest control

February 28, 2018 shawn128 0

When pesticides are needed as a tool in the full spectrum of control, they are used responsibly, in smaller quantities, and in targeted areas. In regards to structural pest control (in homes and commercial buildings), most material applications do no…

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February 28, 2018 shawn128 0

When pesticides are needed as a tool in the full spectrum of control, they are used responsibly, in smaller quantities, and in targeted areas. In regards to structural pest control (in homes and commercial buildings), most material applications do no…

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February 9, 2018 davidreynolds 0

Cumulative effects of chemical pesticides are well documented to be contributing factors in many health issues such as ADHD, Infertility, Autism, Cancer, etc. The obvious lesson is synthetic toxic chemicals are just that they are toxic. One can take h…

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Other weapons • Re: Vital Weapons?

November 18, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Fyrediver wrote:Regarding defense I’ll second the idea to get into martial arts training. Train for when you have no additional tools other than what’s in your pocket and you’ve gone into an airport or courthouse where no knives are allowed. Also, s…

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November 18, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Fyrediver wrote:Regarding defense I’ll second the idea to get into martial arts training. Train for when you have no additional tools other than what’s in your pocket and you’ve gone into an airport or courthouse where no knives are allowed. Also, s…

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November 15, 2017 Fyrediver 0

Regarding defense I’ll second the idea to get into martial arts training. Train for when you have no additional tools other than what’s in your pocket and you’ve gone into an airport or courthouse where no knives are allowed. Also, some martial arts…

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November 15, 2017 Fyrediver 0

Regarding defense I’ll second the idea to get into martial arts training. Train for when you have no additional tools other than what’s in your pocket and you’ve gone into an airport or courthouse where no knives are allowed. Also, some martial arts…

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November 13, 2017 danthman114 0

Illini Warrior wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:danthman114 wrote:forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach g…

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November 9, 2017 Illini Warrior 0

XxBiohazard78xX wrote:danthman114 wrote:forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach gun safety. go dove h…

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November 9, 2017 danthman114 0

Don’t overlook surplus rifles like the mosin nagant or sks. If your set on 30-06 you can find lower cost fire arms out there.Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:01 pm

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November 9, 2017 danthman114 0

Don’t overlook surplus rifles like the mosin nagant or sks. If your set on 30-06 you can find lower cost fire arms out there.Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Thu Nov 09, 2017 4:01 pm

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November 9, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

danthman114 wrote:forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach gun safety. go dove hunting. this will giv…

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November 9, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

danthman114 wrote:forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach gun safety. go dove hunting. this will giv…

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November 7, 2017 danthman114 0

forget the handgun for now, you have plenty of time for that later. my best advise is go to your local fish and game and look into a hunter safety course. reason being is that they teach gun safety. go dove hunting. this will give you the repetiti…

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November 6, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Photon Guy wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:Also, I’m fairly certain that there is a martial arts class here. I never put to much thought into it but you’re right about where you can bring weapons compared to where you can bring knowledge and training. I’l…

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November 5, 2017 Photon Guy 0

XxBiohazard78xX wrote:Also, I’m fairly certain that there is a martial arts class here. I never put to much thought into it but you’re right about where you can bring weapons compared to where you can bring knowledge and training. I’ll see if I can so…

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November 5, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Photon Guy wrote:Cast Iron wrote:If you will note, XxBiohazard78xX is only fifteen years old. He is likely of limited financial means, and the acquisition of a handgun, as you suggest, is illegal as it is with other firearms that have not been handed…

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November 5, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Cast Iron wrote:Photon Guy wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly re…

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November 1, 2017 Photon Guy 0

Cast Iron wrote:If you will note, XxBiohazard78xX is only fifteen years old. He is likely of limited financial means, and the acquisition of a handgun, as you suggest, is illegal as it is with other firearms that have not been handed down to him.The …

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November 1, 2017 Cast Iron 0

Photon Guy wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly recommended or is …

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October 31, 2017 Photon Guy 0

XxBiohazard78xX wrote:I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly recommended or is a vital tool/weap…

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October 30, 2017 Mark D 0

You’ve stopped in the post office to get your mail after returning from a camping vacation with your family. A city councilman happens to see you and asks your opinion on a drainage project. After a brief conversation with him you head home, getting s…

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October 30, 2017 Mark D 0

You’ve stopped in the post office to get your mail after returning from a camping vacation with your family. A city councilman happens to see you and asks your opinion on a drainage project. After a brief conversation with him you head home, getting s…

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October 30, 2017 Mark D 0

You’ve stopped in the post office to get your mail after returning from a camping vacation with your family. A city councilman happens to see you and asks your opinion on a drainage project. After a brief conversation with him you head home, getting s…

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October 29, 2017 Cast Iron 0

I would suggest formal training, or participation in a local shooting club. Can be anything from the local .22LR weekly fun shoot, to CMP, or even air rifles. Master the fundamentals. Do not worry about the tacti-cool aspect. I know of a lot of gu…

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October 29, 2017 oldasrocks 0

More important than weapons is training in all areas from nutrition, to medical, to eatable plants, AT 15 you should be able to absorb a lot of information. Don’t worry about being G I Joe until you can survive. I know it’s more fun to play with a …

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October 29, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

Vetmike wrote:What scenario? Defense in a rural setting should be ‘avoid contact if at all possible’. If needs be, engaging at a long distance is the best so a rifle able to take out a human at greater than 500 M is best. Urban settings involve close …

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October 28, 2017 John Galt 1 0

rickdun wrote:XxBiohazard78xX wrote:I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly recommended or is a v…

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October 28, 2017 rickdun 0

XxBiohazard78xX wrote:I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly recommended or is a vital tool/weap…

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October 28, 2017 John Galt 1 0

Wow, where to start with this topic. It sounds like the OP is on a low budget and simply looking for defense only (which I strongly agree with) in a urban or suburb environment.Thought 1, lose 15 of those knives. Your job is to defend, not be…

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October 28, 2017 John Galt 1 0

Wow, where to start with this topic. It sounds like the OP is on a low budget and simply looking for defense only (which I strongly agree with) in a urban or suburb environment.Thought 1, lose 15 of those knives. Your job is to defend, not be…

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October 28, 2017 apache235 0

Ammo could be an issue so something that is common. 5.56(.223), 7.62 Nato (.308), 9mm or .45Acp. A good battle rifle (5.56) and many extra magazines, a good 9mm hi cap pistol (or a .45 auto) is a start. The AR10 platform (7.62 Nato) is good to 700 …

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October 28, 2017 Vetmike 0

What scenario? Defense in a rural setting should be ‘avoid contact if at all possible’. If needs be, engaging at a long distance is the best so a rifle able to take out a human at greater than 500 M is best. Urban settings involve close in fighting, u…

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October 28, 2017 XxBiohazard78xX 0

I don’t have too many preps but for my defensive preps I have a 20 gauge shotgun, a .22, 2 machetes, around 20 knives, and a hatchet. I’m only starting so is there anything that would be highly recommended or is a vital tool/weapon in a SHTF scenario….

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Other weapons • Re: How do you kill a spider when you have 12ft ceilings?

September 26, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0
Cast Iron wrote:
I have to give credit where credit is due: I am sending Driven 2 Karma points for giving me the weebeegeebees and we are not even in October yet.

Well played, sir, well played.

lol…..All the contributions in links, solar observations, Flare alerts, Spaceweather education, Sales links, etc.,…. and its the quick spider .Gif’s that I posted on the spur of the moment that moves my Karma needle….lol.

Thank you kindly CastIron. :thumbsup::rofl: That was nice of you…

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September 24, 2017 Photon Guy 0

[quote=”JoyDog”He was a black bear. A .223 will kill most things if you hit them in the right place. I use a .243 a lot of the time. I havent shot a big gun in years.[/quote]

I see. It was still a good shot. Now, if it was a big brown bear like you might find in Alaska I suppose you could take it out with a .223 if you hit it just right, but it would have to be a really really good shot.

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September 23, 2017 DR1VENbyKNOWLEDGE 0
arkieready wrote:
Crap!! Driven, I really don’t like you right now. Omg. Frigging daddy long legs are freaking disgusting. The big spider was creepy but ooooh I feel sick, them other things.
The only bug I’m afraid of. If I had that in my house I would just move.
Cast iron was talking a spider not aliens from the pits of hell.
Argh, bleh gag

LOL….Sorry….I couldn’t resist.

There is definitely a small little evil streak in me that get’s the better of me sometimes. :evil::innocent::innocent::innocent:

I thought the water storage tank was especially relevant to us here… :D

:rofl::rofl::rofl::rofl:

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September 23, 2017 JoyDog 0

Well for that, particularly the lions and bears, I would go with something along the lines of a .30 06[/quote]

A couple years ago I killed a bear on our front step with a .223. He was looking through the sliding glass door at our granddaughters.[/quote]

What kind? A black bear? Or one of those big brown bears?[/quote]

He was a black bear. A .223 will kill most things if you hit them in the right place. I use a .243 a lot of the time. I havent shot a big gun in years.

Statistics: Posted by JoyDog — Sat Sep 23, 2017 7:29 am


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September 23, 2017 Illini Warrior 0
Cast Iron wrote:

Illini Warrior wrote:shoot it with a wad from a shotgun …

Next time, and I do so hope there is not a next time, I will try that.

The bugger is as large as my thumb nail. And that is just his body.

the old paper wads used to work better for the job – you can take out little birds like house wrens, mice and most likely a normal sized rat ….

Statistics: Posted by Illini Warrior — Sat Sep 23, 2017 6:47 am