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Author Topic: I'm still around!  (Read 441 times)

Gungnir

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I'm still around!
« on: March 26, 2018, 06:36:13 PM »

Just like the title says! The FB data breach has freed up lots of my time lol. Same guy, just with a few years more experience. Things I've learned:
- heavily modified vehicles suck! Remember my jeep, by the time I was done it was pretty much a buggy and only good for fun. Keep it simple, with readily available parts.
- I've abandoned all my modern firearms in favor of black powder. I just prefer it.
- parrots are not good pets for survivalist. Never mind 5 of them
- I'm not a huge fan of KaBar. Still a good knife, but I would never buy another one.
- condoms are worth every penny, and way cheaper then diapers.
- check your bob's and vehicles regularly. (I got lazy then we got put under evac notice not to long ago. Lol
- fly paper is a must have in a bob!
Oh and finally,
Cheers!!!! *Raises glass*
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Canuck In Denver

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Re: I'm still around!
« Reply #1 on: March 26, 2018, 10:20:43 PM »

Good to know yer still around :)

Heavily modified vehicles are also expensive. The more I spend on moding vehicles means less I can spend on other gear. I still like my modern firearms. I've thought about getting into black powder, but there are a few guns I want to round out a few areas I'd like to cover. Of course, with a black powder rifle I could expand my deer season :)
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