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  1. Vehicles & Transportation
    I just wanted to share this website with you guys and gals. Cheap RV Living.com-Home There are some great articles and tech tips for setting up a BOV or making the move to a home on wheels. Enjoy!
  2. Hunting and Trapping General Discussion
    I've been hearing a lot about crow hunting lately. I started watching some videos and tips on how to get started. I plan on getting some decoys and a call for Christmas. Do you guys have any do's and don'ts on crow hunting? Even if it seems obvious to you, it might not seem obvious to me or...
  3. Site Help and Suggestions
    I meant to post this in another thread, but my typing is so slow that the thread was closed before i got a chance. I feel this may help a few people. Some (potentially) helpful information: I only have access to the internet via my phone (Kyocera Rise w/3G). I previously used an HTC Inspire...
  4. Firearms General Discussion
    I saw that there was a thread where people shared tips and tricks for preppers. I'm just a civilian in college (starting ROTC next semester) so I don't have any real training. However, I know a few things, like how to make a tab out of duct tape to help pull mags out of pouchs without having the...
  5. 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...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I have gardened for years, on many scales, from containers, raised beds to large and small. But I have never grown tobacco, I do not smoke nor do I chew, more doing it for the experience and hell may keep it to trade with my other friends whom garden for some of the produce that I can not grow...
  7. Urban Survival
    Family Hurricane Preparedness Tips # Every home and business should have a stocked basic emergency supply kit that could be used for any emergency, regardless of the time of year # Everyone should keep certain items around the house and workplace in the event you are isolated for three to five...
  8. Knives, Swords & Axes
    Looking for tips and tricks on how to take care of my knives better then I already do :)
  9. Firearms General Discussion
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  10. New Member Introduction
    Sorry to sound like an idiot, but I am totally new here. No one introduced me to you site, I am here on my own. Just wondering how you thank someone for their post. Also, can I reply just to the individual who posted a comment? I have done forums before but I am an old-school type of guy in...
  11. The Tech Zone
    Any Greasemonkey users here? What scripts do you use, especially for vBulletin forums? TIA
  12. General Discussion
    I was opening a couple of bottles of vitamins today and noticed that they were packed with some rather large wads of cotton. It got me to thinking that I could use those for my bottle of vaseline-and-cottonball fire starters. Didn't make sense to me to just throw it out. I'm big into vitamin...
  13. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hello everyone, I recently bought a super heavy duty survival knife on the internet. Out of the box it came pretty dull. I have been TRYING to sharpen it first with my diamond sharpener then with my ceramic/carbide sharpener. It is very hard to sharpen and I can't seem to get an edge on it. I'm...
  14. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    im making a website and i also want to learn so any tip is welcome and it will help a beginner learn ( me).
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Does anyone know of a good item for survival, hiking, or camping? For a few examples so far, I've got..... -magnesium firestarter (Own one) -waterproof matches (Own them) -a box of strike anywhere matches (Need to find some) -Coleman 533 dual fuel camping stove (Will buy one soon) -Buck 110...
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I've been using a magnesium firestarter for over a year now, and it still doesn't cease to amaze me on how reliable and effective they really are. Such a simple concept really: a simple bar of magnesium, and a rib of ferrocerium. It is easy for a 14 year old like myself to use it, as well as...
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