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Old February 1st, 2013, 04:42 PM   #16
 
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Not to be a buzz killer....but if we get hit by an EMP "Electro Manetic Pulse", your cabins iand Food will belong to someone else. You will never make it there.

Read One Second After......by Richard Fortchen.....a very very enlightening view of what the US would be like in the event of no power grid loss due to an EMP. I will leave the rest up to your thoughts on anyone who reads this book. Warning,,,,, it's graphic and most enlightening.

Just my humble observation..

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Old February 1st, 2013, 04:56 PM   #17
 
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Old February 1st, 2013, 05:14 PM   #18
 
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Patriot,

Why wouldnt a computer free car not be able to run after a emp?

Unless an emp kills batteries i dont see why not.. plus gas will be easy to get.. drain it from all the abandoned computer controlled cars...


My car is old like so old it still has a generator and a non electronic voltage regulator and points.
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Why wouldnt a computer free car not be able to run after a emp?

Unless an emp kills batteries i dont see why not.. plus gas will be easy to get.. drain it from all the abandoned computer controlled cars...


My car is old like so old it still has a generator and a non electronic voltage regulator and points.
Read the book -One Second After....it's very enlightening. Yes old non-computer cars may run, you are right, but when the roads are completely blocked from the sudden frying of the "computer cars" it's grid lock on a national scale like no one has ever seen. Planes, trains, basically all modes of transportation stop instantly. Whether in the air or on the ground. Not to mention the posse of criminals that will take whatever you have of value including gasoline which will not be easy to get. An old motorcycle might become very valuable and is economical on gas. I don't have all the answers and don't want to sound that way. But read One Second After...it taught me how quickly our society can degenerate in less than 60 days without one foreign soldier on the ground here in the US. The book gives one much to think about regarding survival if TSHTF.

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Just bought my fourth 10-22, a stainless model with synthetic stock. I have choate folders on two, but would like some ideas for a lighter option. I keep one in my BOB with 500 rds. Would like to make it lighter, but not cheaper
Another option is turn it into a take down with folding stock. The barrel is threaded and lighter than the stock supposedly.
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Thanks to all for the input. Now I have research to do checking all these out

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The ONLY Ruger 10 22 Takedown stock that should be purchased.

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Talking Ram line folding wood stock

I have an early 80's ram line side folding wooden stock with a plastic pistol grip. Anyone know how much it might be worth?
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I know the Ruger ATI was mentioned earlier. You guys are out of my league, however I just bought a Ruger ATI 1022 and have not even shot it yet. In case you haven't looked at them, and this may not be at all what you are looking for I thought I would post pics of mine. Spec says it weight 5 lb. Open mine is 33" long and closed it is 25 1/8" long.
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