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Old 10-19-2013, 05:28 AM   #31
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LoL, burnt out police cruisers should be avoided. Heat and extra ammo don't mix well.

And you never know whether the guys a bomb tech. We have their unit numbers written down. If they ever crash out, we all plan to drive in the opposite direction AS FAST AS WE CAN.

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I would have a sling for every long gun you own unless you plan on growing extra limbs from the end of the world nuclear fallout ... I kid, I kid... Mosin for offense Remington 870 for defense. I guess that works but it's personal preference.

You can make slings all day with some 550 cord I made this one with 170 feet of cord and about $12 in Home Depot hardware, not to mention the clips and ring are 170lb load bearing. Sling can be run in 1 or 2 point config. Only downside is it's custom fitted non adjustable - total cost of cord and hardware was $30 about half as much as a magpul sling.

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How bout you teach some of us folks how to make one of those slings? I like it. :-)
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How bout you teach some of us folks how to make one of those slings? I like it. :-)
No problem shoot me a PM
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Nice sling dude. I'm working on a single point harness for my AR
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Nice sling dude. I'm working on a single point harness for my AR
Thanks here's some more



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Very nice setup. Thanks for sharing this
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I like the ring. I think I may be able to use that for mine.

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Very nice setup. Thanks for sharing this

Thanks I spent a lot of time on it and a boatload of cash lol. Still debating on optic.
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Just grabbed a Ruger Gunsite Scout 308 today so I'd have to go with that plus my 1911 Commander. No reason I couldn't easily carry both as I head out to mess with Tina Turner!

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Depends on the situation. I like both the 870 and mosin. Also a good ol'fashion marlin 30-30 is a fantastic woods gun for hunting and taking a beating. Then of course you have your MSR's which will have plenty of parts availabe for them. As far as pistol a 357 for revolver so you can be diverse in ammo (.38 or .357) or any pistol you trust and know how to use well. All the gadgets and latest gear are cool but it is your mind that must be your go to tool. People have survived with much less, so when it comes to being in the woods or survivning you should practice camping, bushcraft, snare making, fire starting and shelter building. These things are priceless as a rifle makes a horrible shleter or pillow LOL!

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