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Whirlibird
Whirlibird
Survivalist
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Malgus I agree, but for most those reading this, I would hazard a guess that those tools are both beyond their ability to use and or store.

That $10-12K for tools/machines, for you or I, is one thing.

For most, a couple of parts kits, a couple of receivers, a couple of long winter evenings, viola.

Leaving $8K to put back water, food, medical supplies and more.

Heck, I don’t want to spend the time carving out a lower when they are available cheap. My time is better spent working on other things.

I’m looking at these as insurance items, against the possibility of need. Not a couple tons of scrap in the shed taking up valuable space and cash.

This isn’t about what we can do.