I'm looking to create a survival library. I did some looking around and "Ragnar's Urban Survival: A Hard Times Guide to Staying Alive in the City" seems like a good start. I had also thought of "The Poor Man's James Bond." I want suggestions of good shooting, camping, reloading and anything else needed to live without help from the outside world in a SHTF situation. If this has been discussed before and I missed it, a link would be appreciated.
Just get the foxfire series of books and be done with it lol .
Survival Guns, by Mel Tappan.
It's one of the classics.
Is a link where you can download Where There is No Doctor and Where There is No Dentist for free
:rofl: My grandmother gave me her set from way back when. Some good stuff in there if you can keep up with the "appal-engish" in most of the interviews.
Originally Posted by Redneck Repairs
You can get all back issues of the Mother Earth News on CDs.
Betwixt the touchy-feely Save The Whales and Global Warming propaganda is a wealth of self-sufficiency information.
Good stuff. Thanks for all the suggestions guys. I have a few books now mostly medical stuff from my stint as a Corpsman.
I did get this book as a gag gift. I use it mostly as a prop on the coffee table.
"How to **** in the Woods"
(An environmentally sound approach to a lost art)
by Kathleen Meyer
Originally Posted by chuck brick