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41 years old
November 12, 1973
Male Male
ST. George, UT
Hunting, Camping, Shooting, Paintball, Rappeling, Firearm Repair, Firearm Collecting, Military History, My Children, Four-Wheelin, Hiking, Knife Collecting, Fraternal Organizations, Computer Strategy Games, RPG Games, Coin Collecting, TOOLS!!!, Building Paintball Fields, OH the list goes on and on and on!!!!

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Desert Hunter aka "HAMMER"

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  1. In Topic: Beer/Wine/Liquor, and other Adult Beverages

    27 November 2010 - 09:22 AM

    I prefer Guiness or other like dark beers. And I am a fan of Jack Daniels #7, and just about any way is good. Jack & Coke, Jack on the rocks, three fingers of Jack, it doesnt really matter much.
  2. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    27 November 2010 - 09:07 AM

    @ PistolWhipped - No I have not heard of him. But will check him out, now that you mention him. From the picture, it would appear that you are pretty close to BFE??
  3. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    26 November 2010 - 06:47 PM

    I live very near to that place of fairly minimal danger, or at least I think I do right now. :) Barter goods are going to be valueable, but also having skills in certain areas of influence will be likewise very important, like being a paramedic, or a gunsmith. Also, people that have any agricultural background would be of importance. One of my many hobbies, is blacksmithing. I have made a number of tools, and even a couple of knives and other edged & non-edged weaponry(mostly out of curiousity) that would all have valueable barter value. So, having a small library of different skills would have great importance. So add BOOKS to your list of survival goods. Techincal manuals would of course have direct imediate value, but there would also be value in any book in a survival situation. Seeds, very valueable commodity!
  4. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    25 November 2010 - 10:53 AM

    Also something to consider, most of us have the equipment and supplies that we believe that we would need. However, what if there was something we needed and didnt have? A person would either have to scavage for it or else find someone to barter with. So the question of barter goods comes into question, and while goods such as duct tape, toliet paper, and paracord are very handy they are not going to go very far in a barter deal. So what goods would give you the most bang for your buck, so to say?? Weaponry always has a high trade value, but you dont want to give up your personal firearms, or edged weaponry. One way of planning ahead for this is to have several good knives that are not apart of your kit, that can be traded to others for needed goods. There is no limit to what could be stashed for barter goods.
  5. In Topic: Zombie Survival

    24 November 2010 - 12:07 PM

    Oh and plenty of Paracord on hand. The stuff is the Duct tape of the Rope world.


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