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How about a DRILL Section?

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Topics will be hypothetical detailed scenarios of incidents and responses to the OP will be how they will go about reacting and surviving the event. So I guess this will be like kinda a role-play section, which will test our levels of preparedness, and they might help us contemplate and review on certain areas of our prepping when we see what might happen when faced with such incidents.

Scenarios will be varied - it can even be while a harrowing disaster is already taking place.
Responses should also be detailed. We can point out where someone makes a mistake in his procedure.

The OP should be very detailed since we'll need all the info to base our responses. The OP cannot add to the scenario later in the thread. If there is an addition to the scenario, it should be posted as a separate thread (incident) with all the full details.
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I walk a different path... Sure I know it is overkill but I love it.

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My Dewalt 24 volt is almost 10 years old. Still operates like a champ. I do have a couple corded ones for back up but a 24 volt hammer drill is tough to beat. Even if it is excessive for most drilling.
It's like using a .45 to kill a fly... everyone knows that a .22 is sufficient for that job.
I understand what the OP was talking about but my situation causing so many variables in the plan or actions that I take it would be impossible for it to work for others. There is the situation about where I physically am when the EOTWAWKI happens. In addition, it depends on the day of the week. Thursday afternoon through Sunday afternoon I have custody of my 11-year-old daughter. Often during this period, I have my daughter's 5-year-old sister (not my kid) at my home. This changes the actions that I would take. I work from many different offices. If vehicles are unusable I've got different plans for each office. When my daughter isn't with me, I've got a 4 hour walk to get her.
* Albany Office - 58 hour walk
* Jonesboro Office - 15 hour walk
* Conyers Office - 7 hour walk
* Lawrenceville Office - 7 hour walk
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