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    My choice of knife is a SCHF 9...

    My choice of knife is a SCHF 9 http://www.twowolvesoutdoor.com/fixedblade.html because I like a more robust knife. It doesn't come with all the 'bells and whistles' of those knives, but I raither...
  2. Thread: sugar?

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    We may be a little far south to grow sugar beets...

    We may be a little far south to grow sugar beets and I know it takes some proccessing. We can grow sorgum, while I like the taste, I don't know how the flavor would change sweet pickles. I agree...
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    As I've said in other post, there is a fairly...

    As I've said in other post, there is a fairly high chance I will be a casuality and I accept that. Due to health issues (arthritis knees, hands, and wrist) and the health/mobility isssues of wife,...
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    As mentioned before about mineral rights, make...

    As mentioned before about mineral rights, make sure you also have the timber rights and water rights to the property. If someone else has the timber rights, they can come in and cut any tree,...
  5. Thread: Gun Safe

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    And make sure it can be secured to the floor/wall.

    And make sure it can be secured to the floor/wall.
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    Like Protus, most of my hunting was at the +/-...

    Like Protus, most of my hunting was at the +/- 100 yard range, except when spotlighting rabbits (statue of limitation has run out) where most affordable scopes then were useless. Had to remember to...
  7. Thread: Parks

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    Goldfish are carp that were bred for color and...

    Goldfish are carp that were bred for color and size, even though most will reach carp size given enough food and room.
    As for the semi tame ducks and geese, a casting net might be handy. I use to...
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    Looks like good stuff if they are on the...

    Looks like good stuff if they are on the up-and-up. Have to ask, who provided the ammo for the test, and has there been any independent lab test on this. After 'dragon skin', I don't trust...
  9. Thread: Lucky

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    You don't have to do a full rewrite, something...

    You don't have to do a full rewrite, something simple, like giving Jim or Beth some respiratory problems and let them move to northern Nevada or Arizonia. They will need advice on building their...
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    Tarheelsman, I also believe in a Pre-tribulation...

    Tarheelsman, I also believe in a Pre-tribulation Rapture, but I still prep. First, I don't know what will happen between now and then. Next, if I'm taken, my preps and books will be left to...
  11. Thread: Treadle

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    If it's a Singer, you can download the manual...

    If it's a Singer, you can download the manual here: http://www.singerco.com/accessories/instruction-manuals
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    Three questions have to be answered, where are...

    Three questions have to be answered, where are you traveling from, where are you traveling to, and for what reason are you traveling? If you are at home and being overrun by MZBs, then you don't...
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    Makes me wish I had been able to have gone to...

    Makes me wish I had been able to have gone to this one instead of the one in Nashville. :{
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    Our local Tractor Supply Store and Farmers Co-Op...

    Our local Tractor Supply Store and Farmers Co-Op both have baby chickens and ducks right now. My brother get trimmings and old produce from the produce department of a local grocery to supplement...
  15. Urban Forager's Guide: Shopping after TEOCAWKI

    URBAN FORAGER'S GUIDE:
    Shopping After TEOCAWKI

    Forager's Code: Take only what you can use or trade. Don't do any more damage than necessary, you don't know when you will need to come back for...
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    I don't have chickens (yet), but I have a book...

    I don't have chickens (yet), but I have a book called "Chicken Tractor" http://www.goodearthpublications.com/ that I use for a reference. Try your local library, they may have a copy or can get...
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    I've probably had a file on me since the late...

    I've probably had a file on me since the late sixties, older brothers in sensitive military jobs. I've offered to meet other preppers, just to meet not start a group, but they all seem too busy...
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    I keep a lighter in my pocket but don't use it...

    I keep a lighter in my pocket but don't use it often. If it won't spark or light, I check for pocket lint in the spark chamber.
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    Chamber pot. Know them well, when I was small...

    Chamber pot. Know them well, when I was small we lived several places that were basicly "four rooms and a path". Be sure and fill with water and check for leaks. Better to find leaks now then...
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    I usually put pasta in freezer, as I do for most...

    I usually put pasta in freezer, as I do for most grain products. It seems to keep well there. Sometimes I wish I had the time/space/money for a pasta maker or pasta extruder.
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    Whole herbs and spices last longer than pre...

    Whole herbs and spices last longer than pre ground. Have several small spice/coffee grinders for herbs, spices, and seasoning. Many herbs can be grown as house plants or in pots.
    If you like...
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    Freebirde is here!

    Hi I'm Freebirde. Male, married for 28 yrs, factory worker currently, but have worked many different jobs through the years. I have a Gypsy container garden that moves with me. We live in...
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    Finally finished this thread. Grand58742: Bless...

    Finally finished this thread.
    Grand58742: Bless you for a well writen story, curse you for the sleep I've missed while staying up reading it even though the story was worth it. At times, I too...
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    Another option is a 'hobo fishing kit'. I've seen...

    Another option is a 'hobo fishing kit'. I've seen them built around cans, pvc pipes, or pieces of wood. I keep one in my pickup built around a drillbit holder. Basicly a container with hooks,...
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