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  1. Communications
    I passed my Technician and General Amateur Radio exams last weekend, so now I am shopping for my first gear. I want to start out with a simple man-portable walkabout/bicycle-friendly kit for urban or woodland recon, bugout/bugin, and get home. (Later, as I become more proficient, I will explore...
  2. Urban Survival
    First I'm going to start with a status update. I haven't posted in a long while, due to moving and school taking up most of my time. Anyway, I'll get to the real post. I have recently made a very small(pencil case sized) GOOD kit just to get me to my house in the event of SHTF. I figured I'd...
  3. Communications
    Just got my general ticket and interested in any pictures , specs.,opinions of anyone on building a backpack rig. I'm thinking something that would do (80 meters -6 meter band) I already have a 2 meter/70cm handheld. I would like something that could have a fairly high transmit power but could...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    If you could make this, imagine how extremely useful it could be. Do you think it can be done? If so, how? Any thoughts on this are mightily appreciated
  5. Communications
    I've put together some code for a portable simplex repeater based on an arduino board. The parts are on a slow boat from China, but here's what I have so far (see design guide for example schematics.) Hopefully this will turn into a fun little tutorial someday and I can move this to the DIY...
  6. Food and water
    I was recently searching online for a cheap, easy, portable way to make a single cup of coffee when I came across the Java Wand. (can also be used with tea) It seems to be getting good reviews. Have any of you ever used this product or something similar?
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My father put me in charge of setting up my family's emergency supplies for our home, and in most areas (e.g. food, protection, wilderness skills, first aid etc...) I feel prepared, or at least know which direction to go in. On the subject of septic sanitation I feel at a loss for Bugging in...
  8. DIY - Do It Yourself
    well i finished the stove today.i didnt get a chance to fire it up but i will wednesday when im of work. heres the video; http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=_a7jB3Ah1e8
  9. Rifle Forum
    I have never shot a survival rifle (one that you can take apart) but i have looked into buying one. Have you guys ever shot one? and are they affective?:xeye:
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