Monthly Archives: February 2013
I see and hear this so often that I thought.. why not just answer here and let the chips fall where they should!
by WildernessReturn » Thu Feb 21, 2013 4:54 pm
male/female – age – size – location – end use for firearms which are tools, think.. roofing hammer vs cabinetry finishing hammer or cobblers hammer.
Now that being said, if you have no experience;
air rifle/ hand gun
.22 cal rifle / hand gun
who… these can be used anywhere, cheap ammo, cheap to practice with, will be useful at any time in the future, quiet and some are just fun to play with.
I suggest you wade through the endless reams of pages on the different aspects already posted by others for firearms. Remember it becomes a heated debate sometimes. So wade through the BS.. search the nuggets of meat in the gravy of info. Since I was a kid, I was always told by many many experts along with Military training;
(not bb and pellet are also in .177 and .22 cal) as common sizes
Next look at what you want;
Main battle rifle
combat shooting IPSC – PPC
terrain, type of coverage, what is your ability, your size, resistance and aptitude, so many factors.
shoot in bush only, long open spaces like the prairies (yup.. bush there too)
do you want a round with a flat trajectory or a high arc, how about a low arc of travel.
go to the local gun/rifle range, sports club and learn from there, but it all starts after you learn the proper use, handling, control and storage of any firearm, rifle, shotgun, hand gun, archery equipment, sling shot, etc.
so good luck and post more info there, or request clarifying info, that is best as well. Cheers ~Wild_E
I saw a link to this and thought it was a joke, but do you know what this little doll is one of the very best Survival ideas I have seen. Go and take a look at this little Jem, I could see a few of them being made or similar projects which could be created along the same thought pattern.
This is not my idea, just sharing the info the best way possible,
Here is the first blurb
Whether earthquake, tornado, terrorist attack, the rapture, or an alien invasion from outer space, you have only to grab your survival doll and run.
Concealed within this innocent-looking, seemingly worthless doll is everything you will need to survive just about anything that could possibly happen.
Valentines Day Blaaaaa
Roses are Red
Violets are .. you want a what?
– you want a Divorce! well now too bad all the chocolate, your favourite chocolate that took me over 2 weeks to collect for you, all over the Region we live in is all Milk Chocolate, just for you!
What was your Favourite, Most Memorable Gift on Valentines day: Well you read what my most MEMORABLE event was a couple of years ago, so how about you sharing what yours was, good or bad or how about just plain silly?
Hallmark Holidays !
– keeping money out of your pockets since the 50s
just for fun, just for laughs – share and make people smile will ya!
Here is someone after my own heart. This fellow has two sites both dedicated to creating and sharing Eco housing options.
On his sites you will find many fine Eco Friendly housing options for anywhere in the world and pricing per sqft that enable even people with hardly any money at all able to afford these Eco Houses and buildings. Perhaps you start here, build the Eco Buildings, Earthbag buildings or strawbale infill buildings, then in 10 yrs or so, build a standard style house although why would you want to after living in something so nice and cozy?
The original building can now be used as a guest cottage, writing or craft area or a deluxe and eco friendly barn of sorts. These people offer plans in a lot of different styles and to their great credit, they also offer Free Plans as well. Most of the Shelters can be made from mostly local materials, created on site, or say make the base and walls then put on a prefab truss roof, the combinations are endless here folks.
Negative comments directed to me in the past when I say that my future holds me building an alternate house, the comments turn to; it will be dark, dreary, damp, closed in and ugly! Well now most of those comments where by people who live in Sticks and Bricks houses in the city. (sticks and bricks refer to standard 2×4 with brick veneer construction type houses)
My kind of house has thermal mass for the walls and no need for expensive pink insulation, uses the material from the land, no need for expensive huge Carbon footprint to make them. Most of them look very interesting, something that makes you want to smile and go in and see what else there is to see of the place. These are not free houses, or caves or simple dug outs with tarps/sticks and mud over them, however I have slept in all of those and they were mostly comfortable as well, with one exception! Heat the buildings with Rocket Mass Heaters info here, or with Bio Heating via the Jean Pain Method and you will be assured of cozy living with a small Eco and Carbon Footprint, Mother Earth will be most happy if you do so.
Personally I am hoping to build a few different Eco Buildings, one a Mike Oehler’s $50 & Up Underground House Book, another a Yurt, then a modified Canadian Winter Yurt which will be a cross between a round house a pit house a straw bale house with a ceiling and covering of all natural materials with a living green roof.
Take a trip over to his blog and new website, they love to teach, and help out which is abundantly clear in his writings and responses to queries. The trip is more than worth the click.
How about this one, Triple Dome Survival Shelter
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