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  1. Food and water
    I saw the Sawyer and got excited until I saw it didn't filter chemicals and heavy metals. So.... I'm looking for a straw-type/similar sized water purifier (cysts, bacteria, and viruses) that also removes chemicals and heavy metals... and is rugged enough to withstand getting dropped, thrown...
  2. The Tech Zone
    Ok, I'm an ultra-minimalist survive in the simplest most natural way I know how.~ But I still want just a tiny bit of technology.~ What is the smallest Portable Personal Computer with a Keyboard and a built-in camera and microphone, like a tiny Notepad Laptop, that uses the least amount of...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Okay, im kind of new at preserving small game pelts and i pretty much have the basic understanding of what you have to do. My dad neighbor and friends have told me that all you do is when you skin the squirrel make sure most of the fat is off and sprinkle a good layer of salt over it, then let...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    My sister just purchased a Condo. It's a single-story, but she only has a small concrete patio in front/back. She wants to compost, but we haven't found anything that is small enough for her area. Also, she has a strict HOA so it needs to be "covered and look attractive." Does anyone have some...
  5. Firearms General Discussion
    Ever since .22s were manufactured decades ago, they have became a popular caliber, and good investment. Uses ranging from small game hunting, plinking, and varmint killing, have landed this caliber much respect. I personally love my Winchester Wildcat .22LR, and it has been a very reliable rifle...
  6. Firearms General Discussion
    I'm in the market for a nice little .22 and i don't have enough for a ruger 10/22. I want to know how accurate reliable and how overall fun these guns are to shoot. Also for the Marlin 60 i would like to know how many rounds it holds. The Marlin is a little more expensive but i'm willing to...
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