New Member Wa State

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  1. 44Special

    44Special New Member
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    Good morning everyone.
    I've been reading and doing for a while. But the one thing I have never taken tbe time to do is to join into a group to talk and listen.
    I have been very reclusive, as my programed security makes me feel much safer that way. But I do know that there is safety in numbers, and benefit from learning how and when to share.
    If I truly was a lone wolf, I would probably feel differently. But there are many people who will depend on me, from parents, all the way to grandkids. To them, this topic is merely an intelectual exercise. To me, it' life. So I have to learn about doing this in my situation.
    I'm glad to be here and ready to go.
     
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  2. Travis.s

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    Welcome 44special
    I hope you find this forum helpful with your goals.
    There are some good knowledgable people here that would be happy the help you out.
     
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  3. Keith H.

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    A good introduction 44, welcome to this forum. Good to have you onboard.
    Keith.
     
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  4. TexDanm

    TexDanm Shadow Dancer
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    Howdy there 44Special. Knowledge is the one survival tool that you can't have taken or stolen and in all truth is the best one to have. This site has a lot of great info and a sense of common thought and brotherhood/sisterhood that will help you not feel so isolated.
     
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  5. poltiregist

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    44 special I had an uncle that lived in your state that told me him and his wife had to take turns being on guard duty . She died , and without her he couldn't leave the house to get food or anything else . He sold his house and moved to another state . I would appreciate your input on this . Is it that bad there ?
     
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  6. 44Special

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    Our worries are the same here as any state. Where you live matters. I am rural. Living in the cities brings on other problems. As it is, I am armed 24 hrs a day. I don't go to unsafe places. Having a gun isn't a license to do that. Everyone should carry...always...regardless of location. I am not on guard duty where I live, because of where I live. Everyone should be on guard duty. That's where the world is now. Practice, train. But if you live somewhere like you're describing, well, I can't think of any reason to stay there. Hope this is useful.
     
  7. Kootenay prepper

    Kootenay prepper Expert Member
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    Welcome from B.C. Canada
     
  8. TMT Tactical

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    Warm Welcome from the Arizona valley folks.
     
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