Offensive and Defensive Tools of the Adventure

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by DYSPHORIC JOY, Feb 14, 2018.

  1. Sam

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    Love the revolver and knife. Great pic
     
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    as a result of the current man hunt in Canada, I decided to change up a few things for safety on my trips.

    - Document........! every truck, car, person I see on the FSR's, when etc. Everything jotted down in a waterproof notebook. Information like that is invaluable (if anyone read The Jackal......one of the policemen in a tiny village remembered seeing a van, parked on certain street, on certain day. That info later expedited the capture of The Jackal. )

    - be more observant than I already am.

    - keep photos of suspects on the phone, for case file and ID use.

    - expedite the Canada Firearms licence (might have to take the course again.)

    - more range time with my hunting and target shooting friends - they often get to bring a guest for free and I'm more than happy to drop $200 on ammo for the day.

    - run more with a loaded pack to keep in shape and build endurance, more than I already do.
     
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    I can’t say exactly what my loadout is, but I tend to always be loaded for bear, everywhere I go.

    Tonight, I went on an “adventure”. I was communicating with @Bushman5 every 30 minutes as I was in a potentially very dangerous situation.

    All I can say is this.

    Eat right, drink lots of water and train hard with weapons, tactics and wilderness living skills. The reason? Someone else, somewhere in the world, is training to kill you.

    Situational awareness is key.

    Stay frosty.
     
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