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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; Originally Posted by txmarine6531 Nice door! I hated hanging doors when I was in construction. Me and a couple friends I lived with after high ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by txmarine6531 View Post
    Nice door! I hated hanging doors when I was in construction. Me and a couple friends I lived with after high school had a puppy that ran through the screen door one day. He was in a full bore run and blew through it like it wasn't there.
    Yeah, dogs do that. Lucky wasn't even running! I put him outside to go potty (out the back door) and he went around the house, OPENED A LATCHED GATE, walked to the front door, pushed on it, and walked right on in, through the screen and all haha. But then again, lucky is a 115lb German shepherd bulldozing machine. He may not be fast, but he is strong, and mean. I'm glad I'm on his good side haha What Was Your Prep Of The Day:-imageuploadedbytapatalk1458525970.491516.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by kevincali View Post
    Yeah, dogs do that. Lucky wasn't even running! I put him outside to go potty (out the back door) and he went around the house, OPENED A LATCHED GATE, walked to the front door, pushed on it, and walked right on in, through the screen and all haha. But then again, lucky is a 115lb German shepherd bulldozing machine. He may not be fast, but he is strong, and mean. I'm glad I'm on his good side haha Click image for larger version. 

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    Shepherds are smart dogs. My dad had a German shepherd Collie mix he took in the woods with him for work, he figured out how to open the gate and the back door. The original knob had grooves in them, so he had enough grip to open it up. It was an old knob so there wasn't much resistance. He was a good dog, 14 years old when he died.

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    I didn't "do" anything today, but I just walked in from work and our handgun carry permits had arrived! I'm ashamed I waited so long, but finally have it!

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    Worked on the privacy fence. It drops a hair so I need to fine tune it. But it works. Now to get everything behind it, make my yard look less desirable to thieves. Out of sight, out of mind.


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    Did my Bug Out Drill, bought a couple emergency blankets, and went for a 3 mile run.
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    Hiked 8.2 miles yesterday up steep mountainside. 3 hours total. Today cleaned and organized gear. Relaxed so I would be ready for this week.
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    3 mile run at the gym and cleaned my daily carry gun. nothing major today.
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    I stockpiled fifty gallons of water in plastic jugs.
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    I again succumbed to my weakness for ammo sales. But hey Im only human, who can resist 6,5x55 Swedish Mauser rounds marked down from $1 to 57 cents?........it took all my willpower to walk out of the store with only 400 rounds!
    Partizan might be a low budget brand but I have seen ppl shoot 2" groups at 300y with them using 100y old army Mausers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Plumbum View Post
    I again succumbed to my weakness for ammo sales. But hey Im only human, who can resist 6,5x55 Swedish Mauser rounds marked down from $1 to 57 cents?........it took all my willpower to walk out of the store with only 400 rounds!
    Partizan might be a low budget brand but I have seen ppl shoot 2" groups at 300y with them using 100y old army Mausers!
    I have a bayonet for one of those old Mausers. I paid $8 for it at a military surplus store in the 80's, and it's the best fixed blade knife that I own.

 

 

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