posted on Nov, 8 2014 @ 09:13 AM
a reply to: moren
First, please hit the "Reply" button on the top of MY post. It makes responding to you a little easier.
Northern Nevada is heavy with game. But in a bad situation it isn't the food you have to worry about. It's people.
You might feel safe now, but there are dangerous groups already up there that don't have a problem killing and raping in bad situations.
I was hunting just east of Pyramid lake with a friend several years ago. Being the paranoid folks we are we hid the truck in a rocky cut and camo
netted the thing and went about our business. About an hour into our trip we had found our position and had made our hide. We were gonna make money
that day..At least we thought. We heard a rumbling sound that kept getting closer and closer, it was the sound of cars and motorcycles approaching the
Turns out that spot was a neo-nazi hang out spot and we couldn't move for quite some time due to the fact that the person I was hunting with was black
and I am Hispanic. These guys were armed. They had much more firepower than we did and we were not about to announce our presence.
After an hour of watching them we decided we would gather the equipment, but ditch the hide and slowly crawl for about 500 feet out of the area. Long
story short we made it back to the vehicle, we were genuinely scared, and we hauled ass out of there.
Self protection in a bad situation is going to be your number one concern.
It's good to pre plan. But the order of precedence for work to be done in a bad situation should always look like the above.
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Nov 2014 09:15:26 -060020148America/Chicago2014-11-08T09:15:26-06:0030vx11 by projectvxn because: (no reason given)