Everyone says you need water. It’s true. You’ll die without water. You always hear you should be drinking 8 glasses of water a day. Without enough water, you just won’t be having any fun at all.
I hope that any prepper knows that food storage is pretty important, right? Our current lifestyle as a whole means most of us only have a few days of food stored in our houses, maybe a week at best. The same goes for grocery stores, funny enough. The average grocery store only has a few days of food for the population it supports. Trucks replenish stocks constantly, and we all knows what happens if the trucks ever stop running.
Most of my food stores are canned, and they aren’t quite adequate, I’ll admit. My major plan is that if SHTF in the winter time, I’m bugging in. Depending on what happens if it’s early on in the good weather, I might be bugging out. So accordingly, I thought I’d better expand my idea of food stores. I was cruising around the interwebs and the youtubes and I saw a lot of people storing dried foods in what’s called Mylar bags with oxygen absorbers. Yes, apparently I’m new. I mean I’ve seen this kind of thing before, but I guess I just found out what it was called. Anyways, Mylar is airtight and if you get as much air out of them as possible and include oxygen absorbers, you can have dried food last 20+ years.
I’ve had my Ruger 10/22 for almost a year now. There’s not much to say about it other than I LOVE it. It’s been around for a long, long time and is considered one of the best autoloading .22lr rifles according to a lot of people. There are very few things I’d do to it, or have done to it. Here are the do’s and don’ts of upgrading the Ruger 10/22 as I see it:
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