Get ready.There’s a lot of instability out there, friends. From Baghdad to Benghazi, it seems like the whole world’s falling apart.
There’s trouble here at home, too. Water shortages are quickly becoming a reality all across the USA. Food prices are soaring. Wages are staying low. That’s causing all sorts of crime and disruptions all over the country.
Hard times are coming, no question about it. The only question is-will you be ready? What will you do when it all comes crashing down, and you have to fend for yourself?
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Arm Up: Getting ready for combat, hunting, and securing your property
The most important part of getting ready is getting armed. You need to protect yourself, your loved ones, and your possessions.
That doesn’t mean just buying a bunch of guns. You need to know which ones to buy, and how to use them.
-Get armed: I think every Survivalist should have a few different guns. Get an AR-15 to start. They’re about the easiest to fix,and you can make them custom. Get a good shotgun. 12-gage is a classic. Good for protecting yourself, and some hunting. Make sure you’ve got a .22 or a rimfire plinker around your house for small game hunting. Not worth wasting big bullets and powder on small critters.
-Learn, practice: You have to know how to shoot any weapon you own. No good being armed but not able to hit your target. Get a target, and practice every day. Work on breathing, work on distance. Make sure you can take shots from standing casual, to bring the gun up in time. The other thing to know is how to maintain your weapons. Get cleaning and greasing equipment, and make sure you get some tutorials on Youtube. Every gun is different. Know them all like your kids.
Security vs. hunting: There’s different guns for different purposes. Your AR is for combat and big game. Your shotgun is about the same, but it’s less of a rapid-fire combat gun. Use the rimfire for all the hunting you can. It’s cheaper.
Bullets are valuable. Stock up now, but who knows when you can get them again. Don’t waste full bullets on small game.
You can kill small game like rabbits and groundhogs with a .22 pellet gun. At any rate, don’t use center fire round.
If you’re after bigger game, use crossbows for hunting when you can. You can reuse the arrows but you can’t reuse a bullet.
-Have backup: A good hunting knife is all you really need in a tight spot. You need something you can always have on your person, especially if your gun won’t go off. You can also get machetes, or a hand axe to protect yourself in a situation without firearms. Don’t forget slingshots. They might seem silly now, but when you’ve got to take down a threat at range, they’re your best friend.
-Stockpile ammo: Every year gun control gets stricter and stricter. Plus, ammo is a valuable commodity. Get it while the getting’s good. You can never have too much. Because when it’s gone, it’s gone. You don’t want to be the one on the other end.
-Get a good safe:
There’s no point getting your arsenal together if you’re not going to take the time to protect it. You need to be protected against thieves and bandits as well as natural disasters and accidents like fires and water damage. You should read more
about safes, so you know which ones to buy to keep all your gold, weapons, and valuable documents safe.
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