My little bug out rifle setup.

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    Oops I seem to have not written correctly. I mean I plan to dip the end of the rifle in wax so make a sort of gasket. Not the matches.
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    Rember in an emergency you can use the rim of a 22 round as a screw driver.
    The old 1911 grip screws were designed to be removed with the rim of a round. You should have some streamers tied on a few of the hooks in case you can't find bait (Leach, Muddler Minnow, Black Ghost). Empty 22 casings flattened and bent in half can be used as sinkers.

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    Just noticed this thread and have a question about the matches. Does anyone still sell truley strike anywhere matches? The new ones now days are anything but! When they took the white tip off the matches they became almost worthless. Does anyone still market the old style?

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    Its always good to be prepared. I just hate the fact that sometimes i wish a situation would arise where i would have to use such things. Just to see how i would fare lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shadowsbane View Post
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    Basicially it is a woven fabric tape that can be used for lots of things including tow straps on the heavier duty models. I believe it tops out at 6000 pounds test strength.
    Really? That's it, I'm throwing out my duct tape...

    To the OP and others...some great ideas in this thread.
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    Great thread...

    Hmm I wonder if some of that 6k pound tape would work for the HVAC trade?

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    nice!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JD View Post
    While we're at at, how about stuffing some worms in there to use as bait for the hooks? Kind of hard to dig for worms while the stuff is hitting the fan.

    All kidding a side, that looks like a really nice set up.
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    nice set up

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    Quote Originally Posted by svgheartland View Post
    On the matches, remember; Run a damp one through your hair 12-15 times before striking....usually lights right up when you strike it. Unless of course your hair is wet too. Then just sit in the rain and wonder why you didn't pack the lighter instead.
    what do you do if your bald?

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    If you have any of your equipment that uses a 9V battery, carry a ball of fine steel wool with you. Touching the steel wool across both contacts of the battery will get the steel wool hot enough to start a fire.

    Incidentally, this is also a good reason to make sure that you never leave a 9V battery in a junk drawer without at least one of the contacts protected.

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    That mule tape sounds cool. Where can you find it and what would you expect to pay?

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    Interesting Idea. Ive been making BOBs (Bug Out Bags) for years. Two things, put it all in a ziplock bag, and add in some paracord. Thats what I would definatly add.
    Other additions are a razor blade, water purifications tabs, and possibly a collapsable water storage container(ie waterproof baggie, condom, plastic bag).
    I know not what this "overkill" means.

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    Some very neat ideas, I may have to do something like this myself.

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    I think Leatherman will make a 22 LR someday.
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    Kewl idea, but where do you put the hiking boots and extra socks?
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