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Gunshop greentext. Both of these from today.
>visiting parents in hometown
>go to local gun store, Indian River Sportsman in Port St. John, FL
>walk up to store
>American flag with obama on it and a hammer and sickle where the stars should be
>guy is smoking in his store
>probably bad for business but whatever, his store he can do what he wants
>waiting to be helped
>desk has "custom-built zombie edition AR-15"
>railz are green, stock is green, bipod is green, has green selector switch with "auto" on it
>comes with 100 rounds of z-max ammo and 1000 rounds of wolf
>I ask who makes the lower
>he asks what I'm looking for
>ask about a kel-tec pf9
>he has a used one
>tells me to be careful because people buy from him and go to the gunshow to sell his "reasonably priced" guns for profit
>"uh, I might be back later this month, thanks"
Pic related, store facade where you can kind of see the flag in the window.
Next one is anti-rage.
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Shit hits the fan and like most of us you choose to hide in the woods.
What sort of long-term shelter do you make? Keep in mind you have to be able to defend it, may opt for concealment or may want to attract survivors, your answer will depend on exactly how shtf, and ideal solutions vary dramatically depending on your local climate.
pic related- A Seminole Chickee. It can last for years, is very easy to make with just an axe, four palm trees, and some pine saplings, it keeps you cool in the summer, keeps your food outside the reach of most animals, is fairly concealed since its just trees and palm frawns, can safely hold a cooking fire,and would be easy to defend against zombies since even if they caught you with your pants down they would still have difficulty climbing the traditional ladder. The downside being that it would be obvious if built out in the open and survivors could easily shoot you or light it on fire. The ground is too wet here in Florida to dig in any sort of meaningful way.
WWII vet, 92, kills intruder with single shot in Kentucky
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I'm probably late with this, but too lazy to look.
I round of .22LR, 1 kill.
Operationally operatorlike, yea or nay?
Interactive Ongoing /k/ Saga!
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CHAPTER I: HEROES AREN'T BORN...
Sheets of rain fall from a grim, tumultuous sky and drench your equipment as you step out from below and onto the deck of the aircraft carrier. You've been training non-stop for this moment, and it seems that the bureaucrats have finally made the decision to push forward with the plan, regardless of the materialization of this unrelenting storm.
_______________ is waiting for you on the tarmac. You close the distance and render a quick salute, despite the fact that no one in your line of work hardly ever bothers with such unnecessary formalities. This close, trusted friend and mentor of yours begins to speak.
"I'm glad you're here. Are you ready to take out _____________ once and for all?"
You grit your teeth and realize that all those months of drills and exercises come down to this moment. Even if you wanted to abort the mission as the officer in charge, there was no backing out now; history would be written tonight, with or without you.
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