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  JRSC' cousin
Posted by: Jagermosher - 11-19-2015, 02:26 AM - Forum: Forum News, Introductions and How-To Information - Replies (4)

Hey comrades, glad to be on the forum, I'm JRSC's cousin/brother-in-arms. We've known each other for a long while but I just started getting into the survival, been into rifles for awhile, then he told me about the forum. I love building bullpups and learning to build new bullpups from new ideas, I love metal music, gaming, my cousin has been teaching me the art of survival and I am very proud to be apart of this forum and I look forward to pulling my weight around here. Thanks for having me and if you need anything around our area of SC, dont be afraid to ask.

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  Black Smithing
Posted by: JRSC - 11-16-2015, 05:18 AM - Forum: DIY - Replies (3)

I wasn't sure where to put this. Thought DIY was probably best place. Anyways, I've become interested in black smithing lately. I've figured it's a handy skill to have in certain situations. 

Do any of you do your own black smithing? What all would a newbie need to know to get into it?

Anvils, I'm trying to be as thrifty as possible. There are a bunch of hobby anvils on the market. For you experienced smiths, what do you think of this one?


What other equipment is needed?

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  Herbal Prepper
Posted by: David - 11-14-2015, 03:37 PM - Forum: Resources and reviews - Replies (1)

Herbal Prepper

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On the recent 'Beyond Off Grid' 6-day seminar offerings was one seminar on the Herbal Medicine Chest.  I was looking forward to this one in particular as I've really gotten into this area in the last year.  That led me to this book: 

Prepper's Natural Medicine: Life-Saving Herbs, Essential Oils and Natural Remedies for When There is No Doctor

Which I am enjoying immensely.  A lot of good information and I think this is a vital area for prepping/self-reliance.

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Exclamation Terrorism in Europe
Posted by: David - 11-14-2015, 01:01 PM - Forum: General Discussion - Replies (91)

I'm sure everyone has heard about the attacks in Paris.  In less than a month we've had a downed Russian airliner, attacks in Lebanon and now Paris.  Just reinforces that fact that we are truly at war.  Unfortunately, our current leadership seems to not realize this.  Just yesterday BO was telling the media that ISIL was 'contained'.  They don't seem very contained to me.  And 'containment' isn't going to solve the problem anyway.

At any rate, just reinforces again why we prepare.  And why being an armed citizen is important.  Stay vigil folks and check your six.

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Thumbs Up Score.
Posted by: kirgi08 - 11-12-2015, 06:04 PM - Forum: Gardening & Homesteading - Replies (4)

My bro works at a organic bakery,he just dropped off 30 5ga food grade buckets w/lids/seals.We already have enough rice/beans/dry milk/pasta ta fill them all up.'08.

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Posted by: Gene - 11-11-2015, 03:01 AM - Forum: Camping, hiking, fishing, hunting & trapping - Replies (5)

A friend and I went fishing this weekend and he kept catching these:

We know what kind this one is but I kept catching these:

I was fishing for Brim or Blue Gill but kept getting these, I have no idea what it is. It's been 20 years since I've been fresh water fishing and never seen this kind of fish, anyone got any ideas? Btw I was using bread as bait and Jim was fishing with worms.
This place was pretty awesome, we were catching fish with in 2 minutes of arriving= we will be definitely going back.

Any help would be appreciated, thanx.

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Thumbs Up Happy birthday
Posted by: David - 11-11-2015, 12:04 AM - Forum: Forum News, Introductions and How-To Information - Replies (4)

Tsquare  Smile

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Information Fire Lay 101
Posted by: JRSC - 11-10-2015, 05:58 AM - Forum: Fire - Replies (1)

Cody Lundin said one time, "fire is an art." I've found this to be exceptionally true. Fire is not a guarantee! Even with a lighter in the best of conditions. I started reading about fire lays in Dave Canterburys Bushcraft 101. From there, I started understanding that fire is a system. It has a protocol for optimal success. We've discussed fire tenders such as DIY Mini Inferno and different variations. To accompany these threads and ideas, I'll post these fire lay methods.

Simple example and 1 a bit more detailed.

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  Field Expediant bore cleaner
Posted by: mac66 - 11-09-2015, 11:47 PM - Forum: DIY - No Replies

Here is a way to clean your rifle bore while out in the boonies...


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Posted by: mac66 - 11-09-2015, 03:18 AM - Forum: Resources and reviews - Replies (1)

Everything you ever wanted to know about Remington Nylon rifles and a whole lot more stuff like product/gun reviews, do it yourself stuff, projects etc.  Be sure to check the archives and forum as well.


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