The Power Grid Is down Food Supplies Are Limited Chaos...

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Posted on Monday, September 23rd, 2019

The power grid is down... Food supplies are limited... C haos has erupted on the city streets... W here would you go and what firearm would you take with you in order to survive starvation???

"The Power Grid Is down Food Supplies Are Limited Chaos..." ~ from Ozzie Reviews
The power grid is down...
Food supplies are limited...
C haos has erupted on the city streets...
W here would you go and what firearm would you take with you in order to survive starvation???

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Comments (25):

There have been 25 comments on this post from Monday, September 23rd, 2019 to Friday, September 27th, 2019. Comments have been closed on this post, "The Power Grid Is down Food Supplies Are Limited Chaos...".
Comment on: Friday, September 27th, 2019
Nth Cairns is too far to drive to from Sth Cairns so Im pretty safe at home, Form the Militia, 4 of my 8 immediate neighbours are 4 cops and Nurse. That and I am the arsenal hioder in the street. I may get the cash to buy the bug out place later but where-ever you go to dig in in Australia you need to have the firepower to defend it because not only will you have your neighbours to fight off, when other countries that are looking for our weakness find it in the black out they will invade us to "help out". So in the end we'll have to go all Wolverines on somebodies ass. lol
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Your place Ive seen the food you cook
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Well, when this scenario happens hopefully i got my overland rig finished, with secondary electrical battery-solar kit and camper trailer. Will only have a Lithgow 22lr. with enough boxes of ammo. And I'll just eat Stevo's fish!
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
To my pre determined location. All of them. Mostly my .22lr.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
The Lithgow .22, Lever action 12g, and .223 ,.308 with night vision. Would be totally sufficient in all situations
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Stay at home I am off the grid already with plenty supplies.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Shotgun first the 223 the bow and arrows and a slingshot and the hunting knife good to go and Im heading away from congested areas
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Semi auto .22 Abe Addlem
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
River system high in elevation where there's less contaminants in the water. .22lr for plenty of ammo and relatively quiet.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Ozzie Reviews whats your answer ?
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
My .243 can dispatch game at an acceptable distance. And can double down as a defensive tool. I would head for familiar ground in the high country where I know both the people and the terrain. Abundance of running water, plentiful game. Adequate fields of view etc...
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Location will be dependent on what's happening in the world. Ideally a place I know, in southern NSW. Rifle 1, my 223. Common ammo, enough stopping power to kill anything I need, ammo is lightweight so I can carry more. Second rifle .22 with subs and and make a homemade silencer. For those times you don't want to attract attention. Plus I can carry 1k rounds in a backpack.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Likely stay here. We are 100% solar and batteries, 2 story brick house on top of a hill, with 360deg sightlines, bore and nearby creeks. Depending on the time of year, upwards of 100 head of cattle plus horses. I'm a little low on some powders currently, but assuming i have a little bit of notice it wouldn't be too hard to stock up enough powders to stay equipped at least in a few calibres long term. Population out here is low anyway, and the mobile coverage is shit. We've often joked that if there was some kind of SHTF scenario we'd be one of the last to notice lol
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Ive got a plave to go out west and would def take my stainless ruger 22lr. Nice and light and easy to carry plenty of ammo.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
If we only get 1 gun it's a hard choice. I love my 22 but for defence and long and short range power I'd go with the Remington 7615P. Stay on the farm. We're off grid and have animals here to shoot as well as the ferals and plenty of water. My sons got his 22 semi auto for the bunnies and missus has her pistol. Good to go!
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
I'd probably opt for the trusty bazooka, it saves me the trouble of cooking the food after I blast it. Furthermore, the toasty aftermath would also double as a wonderful bonfire to keep warm.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
I have my spot picked out and not saying where - don't want to get to crowded. Variety from small to LR...
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Go to my house bring all the sheep for food and start growing crops . For the gun would have to be a 223
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
Folding chiappa .22lr in backpack for survival and .223 for ready ammo availability and hitting power
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
All of the scary firearms so that way people will be too scared to challenge me and animal's would drop dead with fright from the sight of my scary looking firearm. So a double fully semi semi automatic spring assisted 50 caliber bolt action shotgun with a pistol grip.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
22lr. Less weight and volume to carry ammunition-wise , plus all the attributes necessary for small-medium game sourcing.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
22lr has to rank as one of the best allround survival tools.
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
22lr has my vote. Obviously if you're trying to defend an all out assault you're screwed, but if it got to that point I'd say you've screwed the pooch royally anyway. 22 is quiet enough not to draw much attention and with a decent scope you can drop just about anything you want to eat. Be the gray man!
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
.22 magnum
Comment on: Monday, September 23rd, 2019
.22 for sure. You can stay quiet and travel light

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