Vicarious_Lee wrote:This guide is created to help you get a spoon and eat my ass:
First: Get a spoon.
Second: Eat my ass.
gart43 wrote:Theirs nothing about your set up Jvandenhaus that isn't kick ass.
I wish I had a little space like taht instead of having my crap all over the place.
ais4122 wrote:I see I am experiencing technical difficulties. I will try again.
http://www2.snapfish.com/slideshow/Albu ... =133953389
Okay, not really what I wanted to do. I wanted the pic displayed in the forum without having to go to a link to see it.
But if you bother to hit the link, you will notice a few ideas I got from visiting the ZS forums on an almost daily basis.
The green 5 gal buckets contain canned goods, the tan 5 gal.water containers are filled. On top of the workbench is a red cross emergency radio with crank. On the shelving to the right, not easy to see are stocks of MRE's, ER bars, and additional survival gear in Go Kits. All great ideas I got from this forum.
[Image hosted and posted by Clear Cut]<-Fixed your picture for you.
Y.T. wrote:ais4122 wrote:http://www2.snapfish.com/slideshow/AlbumID=229491413/PictureID=5156313540/a=133953389_133953389/t_=133953389
that reminds me of the basement shot of the survivalist couple in Tremors. and I mean that in a good way.
ais4122 wrote:I really need to keep my calibers limited, as standard as possible. Just a tactical consideration. 9mm 45cal 223 and shotgun, trying to keep it simple.
Ovationman wrote:ais4122 wrote:I see your point. I have AR's and an AK, so I can count on the US military's stockpile as well as a possible invading force with it's AK ammo supplies (Cuba or Venezuela) .
Cuba or Venezuela do not keep my up at night worrying that they are going to invade.
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