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Sunday, June 10th, 2012 2012 Survival 10 Comments

A to Z SURVIVAL TRIANGLE – SHELTER PART 2

Zionprepper and I discuss – Shelter Part 2

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Saturday, May 12th, 2012 2012 Survival 19 Comments

NEW BUG OUT LOCATION ? ABANDONED GOLD MINE

NEW UPLOAD OLDER VERSION HAD ISSUES

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Sunday, October 23rd, 2011 2012 Survival 7 Comments

THE ULTIMATE BUG OUT VEHICLE (BOV) PART 1

This is my thought on the “Bug Out Scenario”. . . . personally, I’m buggin’ IN but the time might come when you absolutely have to leave and never come back. . . . this set up would be one of my options. Fair Use – No copyright violation intended.

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Saturday, October 15th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Reluctance to accept Nibiru (with voice)

www.2012SOS.nl & I don’t believe in TEOTWAWKI. For me the matter is not about belief. No authority determines my opinion. My attitude towards TEOTWAWKI is based on scientific data, common sense, and logic. I don’t believe anything about TEOTWAWKI and don’t require it of others. Growing up, for some it’s learning to lie/when/how to lie, for others it’s learning how to deal with lies. Both groups consider themselves mature, both consider the other immature; never lying: naive, ever lying: misguided. This is the ‘fear vs love’ dilemma: overcome fears or embrace them. To fear-based reasoning the foundation is power: if you’re the weaker party you may need to lie or compromise. Hense, authority is based on power. To truth-based reasoning the foundation of authority is competence. The fear-based paradigm brings forth victims. The truth-based paradigm brings forth warriors. The victim needs to be saved by some authority/greater power/god. The warrior just does what’s appropriate and/or desirable. To the victim survival is a chore and a curse. To the warrior survival is simply whatever’s appropriate and necessary. Do i believe 2011 or 2012 will be cataclysmic? No, because belief doesn’t enter into it. Do i THINK it will be? Yes, but the distinction is everything. I base my opinions [ie not my belief, trust, or faith] on whatever scientific research, logical reasoning, and common sense i can gather together. Belief and channeled information, from some higher/better informed/more

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Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 2012 Survival 2 Comments

U think U can’t survive TEOTWAWKI but you’re WRONG

www.2012SOS.nl & b2012overleven.runboard.com You think you need loads of cash: WRONG You think you need other people: WRONG You think you need time to prepare: WRONG You need to listen to me: YES Okay, by now you’re probably thinking that WHATEVER i might have to say will be just plain stupid so i’m going to elaborate for a minute. Please stay with me for a moment. Let’s take the first one: i just spent $ 20 buying essential quality [heirloom] seeds. Date seeds (from dates i ate) were even free. Those are for the future. Bare necessity food stores to survive? My friend, you can SURVIVE if you just stock up on the following 3 items: whole grains [oats and barley], olive oil, and canned sardines. (Later i’ll go into HOW to consume the oats and barley so you DON’T have to cook them, ie don’t have to stock up on fuel.) These item, BTW, can be had at much lower prices at the kind of locations where it’ll be safe to stock them anyway. “Yeah, yeah, yeah”, you get that, you’re thinking. “I coulda thought of that myself!”, you’re thinking. True (though likely not true of HOW to consume the grains without fuel). Why am i even bothering to make this vid? That’s the real question. Let’s talk shop: You don’t have the time to listen to people babbling about survival ideas that you can come up with yourself if you would sit down for 5 minutes. But that’s not what i’m talking about at all. In the DECADES i’ve been thinking about and preparing for surviving a TEOTWAWKI scenario, i’ve not

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Tuesday, September 6th, 2011 2012 Survival 1 Comment

SOG SEAL Pup vs Cold Steel SRK

Which is the best survival knife? Watch this video and find out. I’ve had this SOG SEAL Pup for over a year now and I’ve put it through some hard use. Even when I bought it brand new though it was never sharp enough. My Pup isn’t the Elite, it’s the M37 aus-6 stainless version. The kydex sheath is excellent, but the blade was terrible. Then I traded a wool blanket for this Cold Steel SRK carbon version. I learned what a medium sized knife should deliver in terms of capabilities and edge retention. It’s way easier to sharpen and it holds an edge like a knife ought to. The drawback with carbon is that it will rust, or stain, especially with a leather sheath. Even with an inferior leather sheath the SRK carbon won the challenge. The edge retention is superior and the straight edge is preferred for camping related tasks like processing wood, making traps and cleaning game. The aus-8 version of the SRK looks promising, and I’ll be putting one head-to-head, a rematch of sorts, against the newer version of the SOG, the SEAL Pup Elite. SAR (Search and Rescue) Operations personnel require specialized tools to perform their tasks. The gear they use takes the most abuse, and none more than their knife. That’s why the Cold Steel SRK (Survival Rescue Knife) is standard issue to Navy Seals-it can take the punishment. The blade is AUS-8A stainless steel finished in a flat black teflon coating. The clip point is “prybar” strong and fine enough for delicate work. There’s plenty of belly

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Sunday, July 24th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Cold Weather Survival Evaluation

Are you ready to bug out in cold weather? What gear would you need? How would you stay clean? I thought I was ready until I actually tried winter camping for ten days. I had a lot to learn, the hard, cold way. Sot and I arrived on Sunday and were stoked to get on the trail to find a place to set up camp. The snow wasn’t deep enough to need snowshoes, which also meant we wouldn’t be making any snow shelters like a quinzee or snow cave. After some scouting we found an open area ideal for setting up the 11 foot diameter tipi and outside fire pit. The hike in only took about 15 minutes with our over packed sleds, and we’re both sadly out of shape. Each sled was loaded with about 60 pounds of gear. After we caught our breath we started to set up. The woodstove and teepee didn’t take long, and within a couple of hours we had a working campsite complete with an outside firepit and lean-to. We froze for the first three nights as I just couldn’t get the stove in the tepee to work. Even with our mountains of wool blankets. In fact, we spent much of the first three nights hanging out in the truck with the heater on waiting for the sun to rise so we could drive to town and have a hot breakfast. Sot had enough of the cold, hard living by Thursday, so I drove him home. While driving him home I got more supplies and the keys for my friend’s cabin that’s on the land we were camping on. I thought it would be great to recover with some easier living in the cabin but I was in for a rude

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Unconventional Warfare Tactics

Learn how to defeat larger forces by using special tactics. rashbonesurvival.blogspot.com

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Monday, February 28th, 2011 2012 Survival 8 Comments

My Knife Collection-Gerber, Camillus, SOG, Cold Steel, Tramontina

Here’s my knife collection. It includes: Gerber Paraframe Camillus 499 Pilot Survival Knife SOG SEAL Pup Cold Steel Recon Scout Wolverine Custom Machete Tremontina Machete I just sold my Camillus 499 to survival instructor Paul Tarsitano of www.savealifeca.com. I’ll miss it, but I know Paul will put it to good use. After all, how many knives do I really need? As usual, leave feedback and comments.

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Thursday, February 17th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments