Guns, ammo, and books!

Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by eyelikeglasses, Apr 15, 2012.

  1. eyelikeglasses

    eyelikeglasses Hooah, Hooah.

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    I just thought about how many people today rely totally on electricity. Once the power goes out you can't google how to do anything. I know most everyone here is an information ninja, but how are you going to use all your knowledge to help your family? If you get shot(It happens to bad mofo's to!:crying:), have an accident(won't happen to you:tongueout:), etc..

    My preps are going to start including how to books. I'm guessing used books are probably super cheap if you look.

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    Folsom_Prison Brew Crew

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    As much as I enjoy my iPhone and it's capabilities, I still pick up magazines from time to time. It's nice to stray away from technology sometimes.
     

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    You might want to consider old military Tech/Field manuals. They have a lot useful info, and they are cool!
     
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    eyelikeglasses Hooah, Hooah.

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    Excellent source! Thank you.
     
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    stevelyn NRA Life Member

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    Mags like Backwoods Home and Mother Earth News have valuable information in them.

    If you can intern with an Amish family even better. :supergrin: