posted on Mar, 6 2009 @ 02:00 AM
On quite a few levels, I agree. On many I don't. I may not have grasped what level of "surviving" you have in mind.
I always like to add, "To each his own."
In my particular situation, bugging out is the absolute last resort, by the way.
Bring a slingshot to a gunfight and your dead.
.22 vs. .308 dear rifle, all things being equal, your way outgunned.
I agree that many ATS'ers go way overboard regarding their "arsenals", "And I have a thread questioning this", but my bigger question, not
specifically to you, but anyone, is,
"Why so fast to bug out?"
Since the topic of "bugging out" always goes hand in hand with SITX scenarios, they are linked by cause and effect. If "A" happens, I will do
If the whole idea is to bug out, and live off the land, like some early mountain man, what's stopping you from doing it now?
In my SITX scenario, my personal choice is to say "Eff off, Mofo!"
My house, my family, my country.
My first choice is not to drag my family into some mosquito infested wilderness, to snare and trap (and slingshot) animals so that my family may
There will be blood long before I leave my home, family in tow, because some f^(($RS from some rat infested ghetto decide that they prefer my home to
And, for what it's worth, I have broken down game ranging from moose to frog, caught, cleaned and eaten every imaginable fresh water fish, wily, fork
spined northerns included, and my guns are only a smaal portion of the tools and skills I have come sought in order to ensure that I and my family
will be safe and secure, regardless of the situation.