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What Was Your Prep Of The Day:

This is a discussion on What Was Your Prep Of The Day: within the General Prepper and Survival Talk forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Disturbed12404, here is a site to help study for Ham license. Practice Amateur Radio Exams by QRZ.COM It asks for your license # to register ...

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  1. #3911
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    Disturbed12404, here is a site to help study for Ham license. Practice Amateur Radio Exams by QRZ.COM
    It asks for your license # to register but you can use a name or something else. It is a self test under the "resource" button.

    Here is a second site (not my favorite) but if your not taking a class and studying from a book, this might be better.
    https://www.hamstudy.org/
    I really want one of these!Hidden Content

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    Quote Originally Posted by paraquack View Post
    Disturbed12404, here is a site to help study for Ham license. Practice Amateur Radio Exams by QRZ.COM
    It asks for your license # to register but you can use a name or something else. It is a self test under the "resource" button.

    Here is a second site (not my favorite) but if your not taking a class and studying from a book, this might be better.
    https://www.hamstudy.org/


    This is the program I was going to go through

    HamTestOnline - Ham Radio Exam Courses and Practice Tests

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    I just found the 1/2 sized cans of Spam at Wally World. Just my size. I don't have to worry about having to try and preserve the left over Spam if SHTF. More expensive per case, so only bought a 1/2 case. Maybe I can buy more after payday. Now I have to swap out all the full size cans of Spam to the pantry.
    I really want one of these!Hidden Content

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    Wrapping various items in paracord today since I got called in to work 6 hours early. Original plan was to take Shoots and the dogs back to one of our sites, train and plan some more. I really can't complain about turning a 7 hour shift into a 13 hour shift.

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    150 rds of 9mm and 20rds of 30.06.

    Man I wish 30.06 was cheaper!!!!! I figure it's $1 a round. I have 240 rounds so far. Seems like a good investment! Lol

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    I ate at Taco Bell. I figure it's good to condition our bodies to food like substances that aren't necessarily good for anything other than making you feel full. In a shtf we need to be ready with iron guts so every odd meat we eat doesn't result in explosive diarrhea.
    Hidden Content Wouldn't it be nice.....

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    I bought 3 GSX flashlights which about the size of a cigar. I carry one on me have one on top of my gun safe and one in my B.O.B in my truck. These little things are 220 lumins and have high medium low and S.O.S flashing.
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    Well my day is only half over but I have been working in the garden trying to save the plants that have been too dry. I think they will all make it but I am only sure that the cantaloupe will survive. I will force them to survive!



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    Among the natural rights of the colonists are these: First a right to life, secondly to liberty, and thirdly to property; together with the right to defend them in the best manner they can.
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    oiled six m1 carbines.
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    City wide garage sale today. Picked up 5 cases (12 quart jars in each case) of old ball canning jars brand new in a sealed box ($5 a box). Not sure if I should trust the lids, but I figure I'll try a few and find out. By searching online and using the logo on the jar it looks like they were all made from 1960-1975. Kind of a neat find. Also picked up 5 different sizes of cast iron skillets and a cast iron griddle as well ($20 for all). Got one of those blue 5 gal water containers for $0.75 too. Bought a bunch of clothes for the oldest kid as well. Darn kid just keeps growing... I was on the look out for old cook books and camping equipment, but it was lacking. All in all a good morning. I think we hit right at 30 sales, so it was pretty good for a small town of under 3500.

 

 

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