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Old 11-06-2016, 11:44 AM   #1
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shtf, wont be any laws

and farmers aint gonna be able to watch over their herds at night, much less their graineries, nor the graineries in town. People wont be thinking like that for many days. If you move decisively the first week, you'll be set up nicely. silent 22 to cow's head, at night. down she goes. Hack loose the rear quarters. Put one on your A-Frame pack in less than 10 minutes, haul it half a mile, takes 15 minutes, trot back, 5 minutes. get the other hind quarter, and take it to the site of the first one. total time elapsed, less than an hour. Then cut the meat into 1" strips, dip it into brine. get it wrapped in your bug netting. that will preserve it long enough for you to get it cut up into 1/4" thick strips and get them hanging on your stick=rack, A day's sun and the next night's smoking over little pit fires, with "teepees" of brush over each pit, to contain the heat nd hide the light, and you'll have 150 lbs of jerky. A matchhead of meth will keep you awake for 48 hours, ya know. :-) Farmer finding the cow's remains would do well to not follow (almost certain to be silently shot) What he'd better do instead is preserve the rest of the meat, while he still can do so. If it's already rotted, the jerky's already in the buried drum. Farmer can't be abandoning everything else (that he must defend) to go after somebody that he can't catch anyway.
 
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Old 11-06-2016, 11:47 AM   #2
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the grain wont require any more prep than dropping in some bay leaves and dessicant, so stashing it inside of the buried drums will be easy. This strategy saves many thousands of $ otherwise wasted on food, that you dont dare have anywhere but your home, which will burn and/or you'll have to abandon due to flooding, riots, etc. Put that several k$ into .22 ammo, airsoft. 177 pellets, silencer, reloading components, soft armor, and you'll be way ahead.
 
Old 11-06-2016, 11:49 AM   #3
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" A match head of meth" Now I definitely know where your manic posting comes from. Do you know what Methamphetamine does to your system? I know you have no teeth left, but other parts of you will suffer in short order.
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even if rancid, crisco is still a fine way to cook things. Just have some lampwicks to dip in a container of crisco, it will burn for days.
 
Old 11-06-2016, 12:18 PM   #5
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...Farmer finding the cow's remains would do well to not follow (almost certain to be silently shot)...
You really don't see your own logic-disconnects, do you? Just yesterday you posted a video showing a country boy sneaking to within a couple steps of a wild turkey; yet you think that same country boy can't track and sneak up on a meth-impacted city boy who just slogged a cow-quarter thru the woods.

Think about that. You're basing your very survival strategy on the idea that a guy who can sneak up on wild game, for some reason can't sneak up on you.
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Old 11-06-2016, 05:24 PM   #6
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Think about that. You're basing your very survival strategy on the idea that a guy who can sneak up on wild game, for some reason can't sneak up on you.
Melvin, was never big on thinking, after all its his fantasy, let him run with it. Right Melvin, why ruin a good fantasy with the facts. Melvin, I'll bet you vote for Hillary!
 
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