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Prepper Fiction • Re: ‘The Worthless Hills’-Chapter Two:

February 1, 2017 Major French 0

She knew war was coming. The Coleman family was totalyl beyond control. The state troopers were the only real law in this end of the county, the socialist pig of a sheriff.simply gathered revenue, and the higher ups liked their cash fix, indeed. The dirt bag liberal authoritarian family law court gave custody to her dope addict mother. Never mind, she loved her Dad, whom was always there for here, the feminazi judge was a devout yellow dog Democrat. Her verdicts consistently showed her party loyalty by her ongoing jihad by verdict to destroy western civilization.

Fueled by vodka and pain pills , Beverly Pullman’s mother hallucinated she had forgotten to take the garbage out. Beverly had just finished mowing the lawn and was getting ready to go to work. In a psychotic rage, she’d rushed Beverly. Beverly maced her, and Sarah Jo fell and smashed her head on one of the two cinder blocks upon which her prized $77.50 Best Buy TV set rested. Miraculously, the TV set escaped damage. Beverly went to work at BAXTER’S sporting goods and waited until she returned home to call the ambulance. Sarah Jo’ Pullman-Obedson was taken to the county hospital. She died at 6:37 p.m. that night.

Sarah Jo was such a humanoid nuisance animal equivalent, and the hospital wrote the death off as natural causes. By 9:00 a.m. she was dumped in a cardboard box in a pauper’s grave. Sarah Jo had faded into oblivion as the worthless mutant she was, too. Happily, Beverly had gotten her to put the checkbook in both their names, too. Beverly’s income blossomed. Because her Dad was a defense contractor, he would not be able to come and get her until next summer, too.

But Beverly had hidden her Dad’s SIG SAUER P226 9mm and her own .25-06 Remington hunting rifle with which she deer hunted underneath her bed. She loved shooting Dad’s 9mm, but she would do nothing to potentially to get him trouble. But how to prepare? She thought. as she munched dinner ‘Oh, 6:27. Newstime’. She watched the FOX news, and then the 7 p.m. local newscast on Channel 6.

ClICK! “Tonight’s lead story… President Trump signed the 2017 Gun Reform Act into law. Effective immediately, all federal gun control laws are abolished, save for those adjudicated mentally incompetent by a judge after psychiatric examination.” Beverly knew she

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 ajax727 0

There was a question about 308 in AR platform . All I can say is check out DEL-TON .
Now my question what twist do y’all like in the 556 ?
I have been purchasing parts for a build one part at a time for a little while but times 3 – I like spare parts . It may end up to be three builds because I picked up 3 different twist barrel 1×7 1×9 bull barrel 1×9 the other day . I do know one fact there are a lot and I mean a lot of little parts . I do have a friend that builds them so when I get all the parts we will assemble one or three . Also i picked up the drop in one piece trigger set 2lb and I think 3 or 3,5 both curved I have had them a while . I know i could have just purchased a kit and been done but by building one one piece at the time will give me the knowledge needed .

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Wilderness Survival • Re: For a challenge try this out

February 1, 2017 terrapin 0
Photon Guy wrote:

terrapin wrote:

Photon Guy wrote:If anybody wants a good challenge and wants to learn good skills about surviving in the outdoors, if I get any responses to this thread where somebody says they’re interested I will post the link.

I accept the challenge.
On one condition…
You and I do it at the same time, same place, same conditions.
How’s your schedule? Mine is very flexible.

terp

Alright we can take a course together. We can find one which we can both attend. Although we both have to pay our own way.

That seems fair enough to me.

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 Dirk Williams 0

Lipps, that was my point. I know nothing of the rifles named by our new friend, I’m not knocking then, trying to learn. When you can pick amycolt up for a grand or under, it’s a awesome deal.

Every rifle on the market aspires to be a colt. Zero upgrades required, everything is done right. The colt is the Standard for any AR.

I build high end ARs for fun, and out of being board. Like 2500.00 apiece rifles. I stopped and started to purchase Colts again. I do change some stuff out, but those are personal preference things, like flat triggers.

My favorite Colt is the 6940 monolithic upper, in the 1400.00 range but in my opinion that extra stiff upper makes for a better shooter, accuracy is noticeably better.

So back to my question for our friend Mr. Major. What makes these other rifles better?

As for the M1a, rumor has it, I’ve got a couple, also a socom m14 a Berretta 59 and a 62. These are italian m-14s for their mountain troops, they use a different 20 round mag, which is difficult to,source.

. My favorite is a real M 14 E with the switch removed, for semi only. One of my builds next fall will be an ART-21 system. Using the Krieger barrel.

I like guns, keep up the chit chat!

Dirk
Dirk

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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 BK in KC 0
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danthman114 wrote:And yes, I would take my m1a over my AR 15s any day..

Dan The Man,

Well of course. It is a better rifle all the way around.

It’s heavier and you can’t carry as much ammo so I would say it all depends on what you’re using the rifle for as to which is better. But I’m an AK guy so what the heck do I know.

Statistics: Posted by BK in KC — Tue Jan 31, 2017 9:03 pm


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Livestock and more • Re: Having livestock and no plan!!

February 1, 2017 IceFire 0

I understood exactly what you were saying, Farmer. As to the cows, you saved the three, and saved the fourth from a slow, painful death. A quick bullet to the head is MUCH more merciful. Something that city people and the “PETA” types do NOT understand. Another thing that the city folks don’t understand is the “carrying capacity” of the land, for stock density. Also, the carrying capacity in one area will be different than the carrying capacity in another, due to factors such as soil fertility, water availability, native vegetation etc. People are idiots. I much prefer animals.

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Personal Safety and Home Security • Dakota alert

February 1, 2017 hancockcounty 0

http://www.gadgetshack.com/all-categori … FsxavkrI2w

Thought id share this. Its essentially a game camera that doesn’t take a picture but notifies a walkie talkie with a 2 mile range. It will also work in tandum with 4 units telling you if someone crosses path 1, 2, 3, or 4. I think that this will be extremely helpful for small groups defending themselves. Don’t forget to get plenty of rechargable aa batteries or they wont work 8)

Statistics: Posted by hancockcounty — Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:57 pm


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Wilderness Survival • Re: For a challenge try this out

February 1, 2017 Photon Guy 0
terrapin wrote:

Photon Guy wrote:If anybody wants a good challenge and wants to learn good skills about surviving in the outdoors, if I get any responses to this thread where somebody says they’re interested I will post the link.

I accept the challenge.
On one condition…
You and I do it at the same time, same place, same conditions.
How’s your schedule? Mine is very flexible.

terp

Alright we can take a course together. We can find one which we can both attend. Although we both have to pay our own way.

Statistics: Posted by Photon Guy — Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:52 pm


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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 danthman114 0
Major French wrote:

danthman114 wrote:My Rock River with an acog does pretty well. Same as my colt.

Thank you for for sharing. Pray tell, do run RRA stock or modded?

I had them build it when I shot for the base team. A4 upper, a2 butt stock and grip, stainless Wilson match barrel, RR 2 stage trigger. I have the lead weights for it but only use them for competition. My colt has a vltor modstock and a Leupold mk4 cqt. No batteries required…

Statistics: Posted by danthman114 — Tue Jan 31, 2017 8:06 pm


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Guns • Re: My ‘from the box user ready’AR-15 thread

February 1, 2017 Lipps 0

Colt 6720. Under a grand, lightweight, reliable. Good for plinking and other light work.

Springfield M1A It’s the cheapest one you can buy that isn’t junk, but it’s still expensive. Heavy. bombproof. Can be used as a club for those times when you decided to carry less ammo because it was too heavy.

Statistics: Posted by Lipps — Tue Jan 31, 2017 7:41 pm