Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Survival & Sustenance Living Forum' started by opaww, Jan 1, 2010.
I have a few small issues with the firearm's recommendations, but I have stickied this thread because there is a lot a good information in that read.
Great post opaww!
Lots of info and lots to read. Thanks for the post, opaww.
I disagree with some of his thinking, but he also has a lot of good information. Thanks for the link and Happy New year.
Great Post +100 saved this to the HD!!
Interesting info Opaww. I saved it.
I like it. Saved.
bookmarked it for a later more detailed read =)
Interesting thoughts but some I'll disagree with.
Interesting read... I might need to start stocking...
The link no longer works.
Not surprised, considering it was posted over a year ago. Maybe do a search with some of the same keywords.
I had that website bookmarked, so I just checked. It's history.
i saved it to my computer if anyone wants it.
Found it here, at least I assume it is the same one based on the name of the pdf file:
thanks for the post! nice read
the guy is clueless, as are most here. you won't dare walk, around with JUST the shotgkun, or just the .22. skip the silly shotguns, get a sound suppressor and .22lr conversion unit for the aR-15. then you won't be "calling in" your killers just cause you shot a rabbit, dog, cat, etc. Have subsonic ammo for the .22 unit, of course.
Aahhh we now have an expert on board who knows everything. So now tell us your massive training and experience
I here crickets chirping but nothing else.
I have taught some of the people you THINK are experts. I started training in 1964, where were you? I first shot combat competition in 1976, where were you? I started trapping in 1960, where were you? I was smithing 1911's before Bill Wilson got started. His dad put him thru watch repair school, and he decided he'd go blind looking at those tiny parts. Just pure luck, nobody foresaw the digital age at the time (1977) So he got his daddy to fund his first little gunshop. I first met Massaad Ayoob in 1978, where were you? I teased him about his comment (in print) about "melting' Micro adjustable sights (on 1911's, for a non snag profile). He thought that they'd actually been shaped by a welding torch!