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I don't know why guys "think" a survival longarm is of value in the Lower 48 states? Unless its WROL, when you need a true fight

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  • I don't know why guys "think" a survival longarm is of value in the Lower 48 states? Unless its WROL, when you need a true fight

    I don't know why guys "think" a survival longarm is of value in the Lower 48 states? Unless its WROL, when you need a true fighting rifle. At night, you can almost always see lights from a tall hill or tree. Mark the direction, walk there in the next day or 2, You will not starve in a week of hard pushing, or a month of just lying around. 4-7 lbs of longarm will make no difference in that time. one lb of pocket pistol might, but .22 rifles and shotguns won't. If you are injured/hurt, how will a longarm help? Better figure on just maintaining a smoky fire as much as possible during the day. In day, at most 3 days, somebody will come to check on that fire, and there's your rescue.

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    you can use it as a crutch lol and i have been in places in the lower 48 where you cant see lights not even from the top of the mountain.

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