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    Gypsy Wanderer Husky
    Gypsy Wanderer Husky
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    exprepper

    First aid and medical

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    Cooking and the Kitchen

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    Snaring and Trapping

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    Survival

    http://www.greatnorthernprepper.com/prepper-resources-pdf-information-prepper-list/

    Aggricultral buildings and tools: plans:
    http://bioengr.ag.utk.edu/extension/ExtPubs/PlanList97.htm#Miscellaneous%20PlansA range of useful info on prep and off-the-grid living type topics

    http://www.energyconservationinfo.org/compendium.htm

    Info to assist 3rd world countries (and preppers!):

    http://www.cd3wd.com/cd3wd_40/cd3wd/index.htm

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    I’ll add to the above with topics and new links as given

    Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable.
    George S. Patton

    #11516
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    freedom
    Survivalist
    rnews

    I need to go though these pdf and save them. Thank you for all the work you are doing Gypsy.

    #11542
    chester
    chester
    Survivalist
    member7

    Your efforts lowers the “search costs” for others in the community wanting to research topics. Thanks for your efforts Gypsy!

    #11547
    Gypsy Wanderer Husky
    Gypsy Wanderer Husky
    Survivalist
    exprepper

    Your very welcome guys!!

    Prepare for the unknown by studying how others in the past have coped with the unforeseeable and the unpredictable.
    George S. Patton

    #13185
    Frozenthunderbolt
    Frozenthunderbolt
    Survivalist
    member4

    570 pre related pdf’s:

    http://www.greatnorthernprepper.com/prepper-resources-pdf-information-prepper-list/

    Aggricultral buildings and tools: plans:
    http://bioengr.ag.utk.edu/extension/ExtPubs/PlanList97.htm#Miscellaneous%20PlansA range of useful info on prep and off-the-grid living type topics

    http://www.energyconservationinfo.org/compendium.htm

    Info to assist 3rd world countries (and preppers!):

    http://www.cd3wd.com/cd3wd_40/cd3wd/index.htm

    #13192
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    freedom
    Survivalist
    rnews

    Gypsy, You have been updating the list. I have been using the links, Nice work!

    #13801
    Malgus
    Malgus
    Survivalist
    member8

    Some of the magazines that I subscribe to are

    The Backwoodsman – http://www.backwoodsmanmag.com/

    American Frontiersman and The New Pioneer – http://newpioneermag.com/

    American Survival Guide – http://www.magazine-agent.com/American-Survival-Guide/Magazine

    Off Grid Magazine – http://offgridweb.com/

    These magazines often have great articles on things that go directly to what we here on Selco’s site talk about every day… what’s coming, how do we survive it, and then “what’s next”?

    Just throwing this stuff out there… some of the stuff in these mags is obvious paid-for fluff – advertising for a particular product – but most of the content is genuine. Especially Backwoodsman. Doing very much with very little would be a good byline for those guys… heavy on improvisation.

    The wicked flee when none pursueth..." - Proverbs 28:1

    #13816
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    freedom
    Survivalist
    rnews

    Malgus, Thanks for the links.

    #14047
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    Novus Ordo
    Hunter
    rprepper

    Gypsy – Awesome!  Downloaded most of them.  I’ve got quite a collection of PDF’s and other, I wonder if we can get Jay to make a “Library” section where each file can be uploaded for whomever wants to pull it down?  Maybe a place to submit files for review and then uploading if they pass the review?

    Malgus – I had a subscription to ASG back in the 80’s all the way up to 1991 when it went belly up.  I had no idea it was back on!  I’ll take a look at it and see if it’s worth it.

    When ASG went out I got a gift subscription to http://www.Backwoodshome.com and have been a subscriber since.  Their yearly anthologies allows a quick reference to the whole years articles in one book – a good source for the BOL.

    Arms discourage and keep the invader and plunderer in awe, and preserve order in the world as well as property... mischief would ensue were the law-abiding deprived of the use of them.
    - Thomas Paine

    #14379
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    74
    Survivalist
    rnews
    #14393
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    Ghost Prime
    Survivalist
    member6

    Gypsy, great work. Thanks!

    For God, Family, Country, & Liberty!

    #14399
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    Vadim
    Survivalist
    member3

    Outstanding collection, thanks! (hurry to download  (before it’s too late) :-) )

    For those of you who prefer to shoot first and ask questions later I recommend the DownThemAll! add-on for a FireFox (usage is straightforward, just type “/(.pdf)$/” without quotes in the “Fast Filtering” form entry):

    https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/downthemall/

    (you’ll download all the linked pdfs from above to the local hard drive, at once).

    #17939
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    Anselm
    Survivalist
    member6

    Am new to the blog and not sure if this topic is being addressed somewhere in the maze. There is dire need of books for boys. If you walk into the juvenile section of a public library today, you will find that most of the offerings are of occultism, and that there is a strong emphasis on vampires. There is an appalling dearth of adventure stories, thrillers, feats of derring-do — the books that not only used to enthrall normal boys but led them to resourcefulness and courage. I propose the following to anyone who has kids (and they are a GREAT read for those of us who never grew up):

    — The five volumes of The Young Bond series by Charlie Higson. This is about James Bond as a kid.
    — The eleven volumes of the Alex Rider series, by Anthony Horowitz.
    — The thirteen volumes of the Cherub series by Robert Muchamore. Beware of the sex and nudity in it (yes, among the kids themselves) if that sort of thing bothers you. This series teaches a lot of covert techniques and a lot of OPSEC. The gist of it is that MI5 sets up an orphanage of talented kids to use as secret agents.
    — The four volumes of the Boy Soldier series by Andy McNab and Robert Rigby. This is a great introduction to MI6 and SAS techniques.

    And, for people of any age, I strongly recommend the whole sixteen novels of the Nick Stone series by Andy McNab, who spent years in the SAS. There is some “adult” content but, basically, the series is a fantastic display of SAS techniques and OPSEC. Your survival education will be greatly enhanced.

    #30137
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    Brulen
    Survivalist
    member9

    All I know about opsec comes from MI5 the series. They infiltrate decoy lie sell you out and do anything to achieve their objective. Spies is what the world is allabout now. Steal the tech, steal the codes, blackmail, murder, torture, manipuulation. You have nothing they can’t take if they want it.

    #30139
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    KOS
    Survivalist
    member7

    *nods*

    day z, and BGO online are famous for spys. I lost many men by trusting the wrong man with our coms…

    special circle of hell for traitors… but not till I am done with them.

    very hard to spot.

    Never be afraid to do the righteous thing, nothing righteous is ever easy.

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