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Lets see your SHTF load out

Discussion in 'The Kalashnikov Klub' started by Dalton Wayne, Sep 25, 2012.

  1. Dalton Wayne

    Dalton Wayne Epic mustache Millennium Member

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    Here's Mine, 1975 Polish underfolder, P-64 Polish pistol Russian LBE belt with shoulderstraps 4 cell leather belt pouch, Chinese type 81 4 cell chest rig, Smith & Wesson 442 +P in my right pocket loaded
    I have 20 loaded mags 1 loaded 75 rnd drum 1000 rounds of ammo in ammo can, I'm not paranoid I'm prepared.....
    Go ahead flame away if you must

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    Last edited: Sep 25, 2012
  2. eb07

    eb07 Sharkin'

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    My SHTF plan was to move to a conservative rural town full of armed veterans and retirees. I will watch the riots on TV.
     


  3. Hamrhed

    Hamrhed AKs & Glocks

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    Nice rig there, Dalton...

    No pics yet, but I will roll with an SGL 31 (with folding ACE skeleton stock & Ultimak) and Glock 17. I also use a US Palm AK Attack Rack or a Padded Belt setup with Taco pouches (both rigs sport dump pouches). I have about 10 30rd mags for the AK and plenty of ammo... for now :)
     
  4. concretefuzzynuts

    concretefuzzynuts Brew Crew

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    Damn Dalton, you look bad ass! And the bayonet is within reason.
     
  5. guanoman

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    Can I be your neighbor? I'll bring the beer and popcorn....
     
  6. Dalton Wayne

    Dalton Wayne Epic mustache Millennium Member

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    My neighbor next door in the yellow house just loves it that I am armed 24/7 it's an elderly women and her daughter, they have me on speed dial if there's a bump in the dark,
    I do a lot for them as they don't drive, my other neighbors love the fact also.
    nobody mucks with me at home or at work, I'm not a badass more like a gentle giant who's not afraid to stand his ground...
     
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  7. Louisville Glocker

    Louisville Glocker Urban Redneck

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    I'd hunker down, and arm my kid that is old enough to shoot. Plenty of guns and ammo. We'd both have S12's ready, along with AR's. Plus a Draco each (an extra krink for me). Scope on the .223 Saiga and a .762 Saiga at my side also.

    Of course, handguns on belts as well.

    Nice to live in a brick building.

    If we had to venture out (depending on circumstances) at least I've got a volvo wagon with four wheel drive. Thick and solid vehicle. I've got a neighbor a couple hundred feet away who I'd try to get over here before I went out anywhere. More guns that i can shoot myself, so friends come in handy. Also, another neighbor who has a Colonel license plate who I need to talk to.
     
  8. musicman10_1

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    Nice rig DW. I really need to get locked in on what my actual SHTF load out even is - I have options but have not done what I need to do to be prepared.
     
  9. mjkeat

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    Looks like there's plenty of ammunition and firearms. The one question that remains, when was the last time anyone sought formal training?
     
  10. Hamrhed

    Hamrhed AKs & Glocks

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    I want to attend a seminar by Sonny Puzikas someday- hopefully early next year when funds permit. There are other good options fairly close to me, but if I'm going to drop big $...
     
  11. mjkeat

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    I'm sure you can find something more middle of the road for now.
     
  12. Angry Fist

    Angry Fist Dehumanizer® Lifetime Member

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  13. jeepinbandit

    jeepinbandit Sgt. USMC

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    Me and my brother out doing some shooting and hiking. Mutt Ar15, Glock 17,Kelty Shrike daypack, HSGI Suregrip padded belt with 3 AR and 3 Glock mags, BAE Systems USMC Dump Pouch, Blowout Kit, SOG Sealpup knife, and UHF radio, and flashlight holder.

    In the Kelty Shirke (This is not my BOB but my day/get home bag) is a few more spare mags, more in depth first aid kit, water and food for 24 hours, water purification, spare radio battery, emergency shelter if it takes me longer than a day to get home. I take and add to it when needed depending on what I'm doing. Going to work I don't have my rifle so all I have is one pistol reload in the bag to go with my CC piece.
     

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  14. FireForged

    FireForged Millenium #3936 Millennium Member

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    You wouldnt want to see it, its tons of food and water and very little guns and ammo.
     
  15. jeepinbandit

    jeepinbandit Sgt. USMC

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    I thought this thread was about the guns and ammo you would use in a "SHTF" situation.:tongueout:
     
  16. Hamrhed

    Hamrhed AKs & Glocks

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    You would be correct, sir!
    It would be presumptuous to assume that people who have gear do not train... Not that you are being presumptuous ;)
     
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  17. coondawg477

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    No pictures but:
    AK number 1; 7 30 rounders
    AK number 2; 7 30 rounders
    AK number 3; 3 20 rounders and 1 8 rounder (Saiga 308)
    AK number 4; 5 40 rounders and two 75 round drums
    Draco two seperate set ups, one for getting home, 6 20 rounders and the other for close encounters, 7, 30 rounders
    oops! forgot the SKS-M, 7 30 rounders
     
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  18. Its all there if you look, but "now" I want a shield too! :supergrin:

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  19. mjkeat

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    True but I am a fan of percentages. It's not an insult as it's difficult to work around work/school/family schedules. It's also expensive. Classes can run from hundreds to thousands when you add in travel, food, hotel and ammunition. A day or two in a class can mean days of sore muscles/joints as well. It's a sacrifice but a lot of fun at the same time. Most importantly I feel it's the responsible thing to do as a gun owner. There's also no better place to test your gear and its location. I'm a huge proponent of training.

    Plus the knowledge you learn helps keep you from being the guy w/ your finger on the trigger w/ a shield in the other hand ;)
     
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