You are the second prepper here I have met from GA. I live just a little bit north of ATL, we should link up some time. I can get you a cheap but reliable gun if you need, I paid like 275 for an assault rifle. If you have no felonies on your record you are good to go. You don't need to register anything or sign any papers. In GA long guns (meaning shotguns, rifles, assault rifles,) are legal open carry anywhere you like, period. You cannot take them into a government building, a school or church. Anywhere else is legal no matter what anybody says. I could run out some time and see you, there's a preparedness store or two out that way and I can also give you some good leads on where to find cheap storable food and sundries. PM me if you need.Hello everyone. I am of course new to this.
I am 20, female, and completely alone in my prepping.
I have a bug out bag already, I've had it for over a year and just recently updated it. It's only stocked with enough stuff to last me a couple of days.
I live just on the outskirts of Atlanta and plan to head north into the Appalachian Mountains when things go down.
I do have rifle training but I feel firearms will just weigh me down, so I plan to keep fishing wire and hooks and use my dog who is a rat terrier in great shape to help catch small game. I've watched him take down quite a few squirrels and birds to know he is capable. :grin:
I know it will be dangerous for a girl such as myself to have nothing but a small dog at my side. I tried to bring up bug out plans with my friends and they all agreed they were staying with their family, I have no family so I guess I'm alone in this.
General advice and criticism to help me?