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  • ricky63
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    When it hits the fan, they need to realize that the work has JUST begun, and that play time is over.

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  • zany
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    Tons of dog food, lol. I would figure out how much food & supplies they will use then at least double it. Did you say they have a child? That I can give you ideas for to keep the kid busy & out of you hair. My kids think schools done when the shtf, I can't wait to see the look on their faces when I pull out the books I've saved just for the occasion.

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  • ricky63
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    Originally posted by sniperbusch View Post
    As for me it does not matter what is in the vials and can only assume the worst case scenario. I am not EOD nor equipped or care to deal with an improvised CBR or explosive devise. Time, distance, and shielding are the only defense. A 20lb suicide bomb vest loaded with shrapnel is dangerous within 400 meters. Tampering with an IED could activate a motion or pressure denotation
    Agreed, but with CBR in the mix, it places a different spin on how things are done, I dont know of anyone walking around carrying MOP gear with them, or an MCU2...

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  • sniperbusch
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    As for me it does not matter what is in the vials and can only assume the worst case scenario. I am not EOD nor equipped or care to deal with an improvised CBR or explosive devise. Time, distance, and shielding are the only defense. A 20lb suicide bomb vest loaded with shrapnel is dangerous within 400 meters. Tampering with an IED could activate a motion or pressure denotation

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  • ricky63
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    Still the thing thats scarey is not knowing what type of items are in the cases besides explosives...chemical or bio agents???

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  • sniperbusch
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    in this day and age, domestic terrorism could be a reality but as mentioned, this scenario is more like a zombie attack. I do not ignore my instincts when it comes to situational awareness. If any suspicious person(s) and or anything that seems out of place, I start evasive action. My first priority is the safety of my family and would immediately leave the area and contact 911 to report my observation.

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  • Rage For Order
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    I would certainly keep my eyes on the goons in the coats in the mall to start with.
    I would inform the Mall Cop, hopefully he isn't learing at teenage girls at the food court !

    Hey, Fat Ass ! We might have a situation here ! Next I would call some of the local LEO's that I know.

    I would tell my family to move outside, they know that I will be proactive in the situation, because I am a DUMB ASS !

    I wouldn't want the scenario to get to the point where the Trench Coat Clownies get off a kaboom.

    I do have my rig loaded for a rapid escape, but the mall is 17 miles from the house. I would get home and

    button up.

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  • johnnie l.
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    January the weather man is forecasting a once in a hundred year ice storm your daughter, husband grad kid , 2 dogs lives in a all electric house ask to come stay with you until power comes on What do you tell them to bring with them to last a month until power comes back on.
    They have a 4 wheel drive pickup.

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  • Bue
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    Originally posted by Iron mike View Post
    now that's hilarious I normally do mine insanely early because I really hate the crowds at holiday time make me uneasy and very nervous to many people to keep an eye on.
    Glad I'm not the only one to get edgy in crowds! I like the early runs for my errands too

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  • prkchp76
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    yes indeed guys everything happens for a reason if you live up north then yes you see many trench coatsthx for catching on your great guys i will try to update this more on a side note there is no law in this situation ur on ur own so brief case weapons broad picture guys broad

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  • ricky63
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    Look for all the intell I could find on these folks, secure all the weapons that have been "aquired", head for the deep woods, stay hole up, maybe run a few solo recons, see how much more intel can be gained from the local "trench coat milita" and see how things start to shake out.

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  • ricky63
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    Originally posted by Iron mike View Post
    now that's hilarious I normally do mine insanely early because I really hate the crowds at holiday time make me uneasy and very nervous to many people to keep an eye on.
    Thank you Mike & Rage...I HATE crowds with a passion, I can't stand even going in town

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  • johnnie l.
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    Originally posted by tbkbtk123 View Post
    I agree, get the he** out of the area until I could figure out what happened and what the threat is to me and mine!
    I would take the brief case with me and try to figure out what it is and if it is in anyway tradeable or useful!
    I don't think I would pick up briefcase If stopped by Police before getting home might think I was part of trench coat gang.

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  • InjOnly
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    The second set of trench coats in such short period of time should have put you on a high enough alert status that by the time you came upon the third set at the stop&rob you would have simply kept driving.
    If not, you live where too many people wear trench coats!

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  • zany
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    I already got some gifts for the kids & grandkids, just so they have something if the shtf. Nothing big or heavy, just so they can keep the faith in one thing. I agree that was funny.

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