Reality Of Combat:

Stalkhunter

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Reality Of Combat: "Everything You Have Prepared And Stored For SHTF Will Be Pushed To The Limit"

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Editor�s Note: Do you want to know what it�s really like? If so, then the best place to acquire first hand information about what you�ll experience when the world as we know it collapses is from combat veterans and people who have been through the worst of what humanity has to offer.
 

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Ive read Selcos writings. He lived through some tough times. For people here i always suggest that they become comfortable with primitive camping. Yes, know your weapon well, but knowing what is and is not edible in this part of the country, knowing how to purify water, how to build a shelter, which plants in our region have medicinal properties, how to build a proper fire, these things are what will keep you alive.

If you havent primitive camped in awhile, this is the perfect time to get out and re-learn it.
 

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I hope this stuff helps. Nothing wrong with being ready for anything. A natural disaster can put you out in the surrounding your not use to. Mishaps hunting deep in the woods can cause to have to do things out of the comfort zone.

the worst will be well I dont need to say it
 

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I am perfectly comfortable with primitive camping and living. However, I strongly doubt it will be of any value if what you folks are talking about happens.

Absolutely, know how and be able to purify water and know how to kill meat and gather other edibles. But I can do a lot more of that from my house than I can a deep woods tent camp and I can defend my house far better than a tent. Take the water and electricity away from my house and I still have a far better shelter, one far better defended.

Of course, I also seriously doubt I will live long enough to have to do that. Besides, I have no guns.
 

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y I have no guns either but you take stuff from the article that wood suit your needs. You maybe able to do more from your house. Some are more suited to doing what they can do best.
 

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