Originally posted by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
Originally posted by chiron613
Do you even know how to use the armament you chose? Have you trained with any of it, learned how to use a knife in combat? It's not as easy as you
might think. There's more to it than "push the pointy end at the enemy and hope it sticks him".
I'm just asking what people would personally choose to use in a hypothetical final combat situation (WWIII I guess you want an example).
EDIT: Alright, screw it. I guess I'll also carry a bottle of blue label smirnoff in one hand and a joint in my mouth if I knew I had nothing to
If it is WW3 its likely the nukes will be flying.
I already have a Survey meter, and a Geiger Counter.
I have some guns, but doubt I'd be using them underground.
I say underground because you need to have 3 ft. of dirt between
you and fallout or you die.
You can use wood, concrete, steel, lead, etc and the thickness
varies, but you need shielding from the radiation emitted by
the fallout or your done.
You need to stay down there for at least a week after the last
nuke goes off upwind of you, and best to have a meter to check
for radiation, nuke alert keychains are pricey but easy to carry.
My meters are old big and clunky, but very solid made and they
came with the schematics and I was trained as a eletronics tech.
If you breath in the particles afterwards and it gets in your lungs
then you die of cancer eventually.
If you drink water with the particles in it same as breathing it in.
Plants that grow in the soil become home to the radiation too.
You can scrape down to soil that is not contaminated and grow
something in that in a container and seal out the dust from outside.
WW3 the likely thing you might end up shooting is yourself or your
friends to put them out the horror.
Ppl commit suicide now for various reasons, in the aftermath of
WW3 millions will beg for death, and it will come.
Nuclear War Survival Skill - 510 pg PDF
So if your preparing for this, checkout "Nuclear War Survival Skills"
it is a free PDF on the web.
The only different advice I can give is if you can use something besides
wood on external construction it is a very good idea due to just fire.
Good Luck to you all !