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Re: Items to stockpile for SHTF [Re: Palehorse] #6390288 08/01/16 03:07 PM
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Water filter


Donate to TX Youth hunting program.... better to donate then to waste it in taxes

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Re: Items to stockpile for SHTF [Re: HWY_MAN] #6390291 08/01/16 03:11 PM
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gold.


The one thing that will have no value under this scenario.


As hard as lead is to come by these days, you can cast boolits with it.


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Re: Items to stockpile for SHTF [Re: Duck_Hunter] #6390339 08/01/16 03:54 PM
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Be sure to check your expiration date on your bottled water.


Just get some of this...it will never expire.



Cool, then all you need is water......to make water.


(That's the joke.)

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At least you get a free can to store rice or beans in up


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Re: Items to stockpile for SHTF [Re: Palehorse] #6390351 08/01/16 04:08 PM
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After you've got everything else
throw in a box of ziplock baggies.
Very handy for many uses.

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