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  1. DIY - Do It Yourself
    This is a site chalked full of all kinds of neat info. Practically laid out too. Be great to use a "site sucker" program to download all the info. Very useful stuff. Site has 6922 Files at 14.8 GB https://www.pssurvival.com
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Ingleton Waterfalls Trail Ingleton Waterfalls Trail, is a nice 4.5 mile walk with beautiful sites and stops, great for new and experienced hikers looking for a day hike. Location Ingleton Waterfalls Trail is located on the edge of the village of Ingleton, about 25 miles away from both Skipton...
  3. General Discussion
    Hi Folks, Not sure if anyone here has heard of a site called survivalbus.com I stumbled upon it and the amount of info they have in their Manuals section is huge. I found out it about is about a year ago but hadn't been back there until today and thought I'd post the site here. Eager to hear...
  4. Firearms General Discussion
    I am approaching 21(1 year and ** days) and I have decided that I am, pretty squared away right now on long guns and ammo. So I have done all the fun things, looking at them, reading about them, fondling them when I could and I now know which ones to get. Handguns here fellas. Now here comes the...
  5. General Discussion
    The following article is from a man who was wrongly suspected of acting against this country. The FBI stopped him at the air port and interrogated him. As with most news paper articles the interesting part comes on the second page when he tells how he reacted to the FBI's information gathering...
  6. Pistol and Revolver Forum
    Ok this thread is going to try and incorporate a new thought process, a little of my knowledge that I would like to share with those of you who are stuck on the whole one gun, one knife, one shovel, or brand of cornflakes. People we get the point everyone loves something different. Blah, blah...
  7. General Discussion
    http://edition.cnn.com/2011/POLITICS/05/13/bin.laden.photos.lawsuit/index.html Conservative groups are trying to get the media US NAVY SEALS raid on OBL's compound released under the Freedom of Information act. Whether this is gonna work I don't know, but it will sure be interesting to see how...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a few Moleskine notebooks laying around so i put one into my everyday carry bag, to write things down if need be. What i want to know is, your thoughts on what would be some good information to have in a survival situation already written down. Kinda like a tips and tricks to survival...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    OK... the recent development off the coast of California has been terribly reassuring. For the sake of argument, let's just say it was an ICBM (Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile) or a SLBM (Sea Launch Ballistic Missile). The only evidence of this device being launched was a new camera at the...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    There are countless online manuals etc filled with useful diy documents and general information documents. Now it seems these would be a cheap, portable, and potentialy valuable resourse. I was wondering if anyone had any sudjestons on what information would be useful to store, field manuals...
  11. Urban Survival
    After reading through the varied responses to questions in the Urban Survival section I started to wonder how much of the opinions expressed have something to do with the population of where people live. So, what's the population of the metro area where you live - if you live in a "city".
  12. Books, Movies & Stories
    I think we can all agree that information is one of the most important preps to stock up on. In that spirit, what would you recommend as the top 3 survival books to keep on hand?
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