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How useful would one of these be for when SHTF? I mean, you wouldn't be able to get ammunition for the main gun, assuming you could even make it fireable again after it'd been deactivated.
Fuel isn't an issue, unlike Abrams, Chieftains were designed to run on anything flammable.
Chieftains were also great for maintenance, never needed much work on them.
What do you reckon?
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Will a .22 pistol kill my dog quickly, /k/? She's a mutt that can't weigh more than 60lbs. This is a fucking horrible day, but she's about 16 and she's fading fast in my kitchen right now. Through the back of the head, top down, bottom up, which shot is most humane?
This fucking sucks so bad.
new /k/ ranch thread
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so basically what we have so far:
>northern arizona, flagstaff area (its not hot stfu)
how we operate:
>privately owned ranch bought and jointly owned by the founding party, whether funded by kickstarter or private loans
>we will farm food and breed livestock and sell excess at farmers markets in town
>our goal is to live self-sufficiently as well as do awesome /k/ related shit on a daily basis
>there are no additional laws and no police. this is private property not a municipality. state and federal laws still apply, and you may have to sign an eviction standards agreement. you work as a volunteer, but salary will be considered depending on our revenue.
>we are not going to take your money unless its offered. keep your personal bank account, but donate donate donate, or else its an impossible dream
seeing as a single person could go out and buy lands and have a ranch, if we have a bunch of people it'll be cake with ease of loans and more manpower, and the work can be evenly distributed to the point where its nothing.