“Don’t go buying a crossbow!”
Out of curiosity, what are the rules/regulations regarding crossbows over there?
The only things that have changed since OG post:
Gerber Ghoststrike for fixed blade
Benchmade Shootout for pocket carry
NOT SHOWN: rawhide gloves
Glad to see there’s some more young blood on the forum! Welcome Corrina!
Recycling plant fire in Richmond, Indiana.
BREAKING: CSX train derails in West Virginia, spilling diesel fuel into a river.
Some Cali residents are being urged to have at least two weeks worth of essentials in anticipation of possible flooding.
We use the Black Value Pak 28-20 dog food. We have 8 dogs, 4 inside and 4 out. We buy a months worth of supply at a time. We don’t have any in storage right now, as funds are low. Hoping to get some stored away soon.
Very nice setup emcee!
Typical EDC for me. Late teens, male. Not legal for me to carry a firearm concealed yet, but when that happens will update this. I live on a farm, so lots of chores that need a knife/gloves.
Gerber MP600 in Clip & Carry Sheath
KaBar TDI knife (last ditch defense)
Cheap Kershaw folder (for non-defensive jobs)
Apple AirPod Pros
Altoids Tin (bandaids, super glue, clothes pin, etc)
Rechargeable electric lighter from Amazon
Hide & Drink Wallet
I’d love to see a pic! I love seeing different peoples setup’s!
I’ve used nylon, leather, and kydex sheaths for this multi tool, and kydex had been the best by far.
I may need to look into getting one of those for days I want a lighter weight belt! How does it fit in the watch pocket?
That is gorgeous land Sharon!
That skyline beats any city skyline Redneck!
I’m with you on that. I’ve found that animals tend to be a lot nicer than people 😂
One of my favorite chores to do is feed the animals. The weather has been nice around here the past few days, and being outside has been a joy.
It’s making me rethink our bug in plan. For most scenarios, bugging in is our best option. However, in this scenario we wouldn’t have that option.
Train derailment in Ohio. Evacuations ordered in a 2 by 1 mile radius. Residents still not able to go home.
This is a scenario where it would be nice to have a go/72-hour bag.
So. I’m new to this stuff. Will someone smarter than me with military/fed gov experience explain DEFCON, and what it can mean for the big picture?
Thank you in advance!
Opinions on the new Smith & Wesson M&P 2.0 5.7?
That looks amazing!