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Old 03-03-2012, 04:43 AM   #1
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Just some info for basic post collapse skills.

Sniper Info

Lock Picking (With Pictures!)

Master Lock Padlocks

Basic Gun Identification (More Pictures!)

Some of this is useful. The rest? Not so much.

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Old 03-03-2012, 10:07 PM   #2
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Sniping is a basic skill?

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Not with a shotgun, no.

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I read the title, I was thinking it would be ; gardening, gunsmithing, emt skills, leather work, bardering,etc

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I read the title, I was thinking it would be ; gardening, gunsmithing, emp skills, leather work, bardering,etc

I'm guessing if you've got the first skill down pat (sniping) the other skills take care of themselves? Lock picking is definitely not an issue if you have the first skill.
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Pretty interesting. Thanks.

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I'm guessing if you've got the first skill down pat (sniping) the other skills take care of themselves? Lock picking is definitely not an issue if you have the first skill.
Well the first will help you get to the others for sure.
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id say it needs be more of shooting a gun hunting as well as skining and cleaning and perserving meat and gardening and perserving food Heat/Shelter/Food/Water is most important

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id say it needs be more of shooting a gun hunting as well as skining and cleaning and perserving meat and gardening and perserving food Heat/Shelter/Food/Water is most important
There are some amazing youtube videos on that kind of thing. Lock picking is something I have never understood, and although that helped explain it a little, I still don't understand it!
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That lock picking page was useless. It got across the basic idea of how locks work, and nothing else. Descriptions and an audio track might be useful. And, why would cracking a master lock be a useful survival skill? I'd just whack it with something and move on........

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