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Caching weapons for SHTF

Discussion in 'Preppers' Corner' started by AKguy1985, Jun 3, 2019.

  1. Gunbuffer

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    What ? The zombies have 22’s?
     
  2. MacFromOK

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    Ha! Some of 'em probably have .25 ACPs... :D
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  3. Glock 'em down

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    Well yeah, that's probably true.
     
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  4. Glock 'em down

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    Yup. I'm too old and too fat to do "real" police work.
     
  5. Gunbuffer

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    Not what I meant
     
  6. kirk1978

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    I would bury one of my M44 Mosins....That folding bayonet could come in handy!! May need to poke the wife so she will get up and go make me a sammich.
     
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    Back in the day when working in a manufacturing company that supported the oil patch, there were ebbs and flows of production. When the machine tools that have lots of exposed surfaces that are not painted, or otherwise protected against rust, we used a slurry of kerosene or solvent mixed with hard grease from a tube when we put them in storage. The same grease you lube your vehicle with.
    The slurry was pretty liquid and was applied with paint brushes on the machine tools. The solvent/kerosene would evaporate and leave a thin film of grease that was easily removed when those machines were moved out of storage and back into production sometimes a year or more later.
    Kind of like a cosmoline that is used by the military and others to preserve finishes that might rust.
    A quick wipe down with solvent would remove the excess residual grease and the machine went right back into service when needed.

    Back on Post #8 I was against burying/stashing weapons, but I guess that day, I'd forgot how we used to preserve those machine tools that day I guess.
     
  8. dennishoddy

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    Then get your information sold to every telemarketer out there. I found out when I quit signing up for the free anything, my spam and telemarketers traffic went way down.
     
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    Grease
     
  10. okie362

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    Hmmm...Enuendo?
     

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