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Old 01-09-2013, 02:39 AM   #11
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You may want to give some thought to either a .22 lr or .410 backpacking gun. Something you can take down for carrying. I don't think there would be much squirrel left if you get a body shot with a 9 mm.
My survival rifle is a .177 pellet rifle, I'm in the process of camoing it, chose that because I don't think I'll need a defensive firearm in a natural disaster this will dombecause I'll I need is something to kill squirrels with for at most 2 days and 1 night until I can get to a government shelter
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Whatcha gonna do about the 'skeeters Bob. Unless the collapse of society as we know it happens in the dead of Winter, they gonna eat you alive.
I need a plan for skeeters & yellow flies..... You are right.
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My survival rifle is a .177 pellet rifle, I'm in the process of camoing it, chose that because I don't think I'll need a defensive firearm in a natural disaster this will dombecause I'll I need is something to kill squirrels with for at most 2 days and 1 night until I can get to a government shelter
Good choice for squirrel.
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Good choice for squirrel.
But not for a defensive situation, for that a higher caliber firearm is necessary, pellet guns can kill a human but to do so your shot placement needs to be in the neck or temple and at 100 yds that is pretty hard
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What you have and want to add would be good if you were traveling by vehicle or boat, but I'm guessing too heavy if you're on foot. It's good that you're planning on doing some hiking. That'll give you chance to check the weight.
Yes it will be heavy when its done...hell its heavy now. Im hoping to BO on wheels if not... I can lose some stuff.
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Yes it will ne heavy when done. Im hoping to BO on wheels if not... I can lose some stuff.
If you're going on wheels remember to bring some extra gas
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