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in most states, (as sustenance if shtf, ie, 'need" 308 as shtf rifle) since they dont have any, and also very silly to overlook cattle, horses, hogs, sheep, goats, dogs, cats, poultry, since they are pretty much everywhere, and (at least at first) easily taken with a bola and spear, and certainly, they are easily enough brained with a silenced .22lr rifle.

So the guy with a lot of buried, empty drums could fill them with jerky in the first week of shtf. So he need not mess with stockpiling legumes (which becaome worthless after a couple of years of storage) and he'd also have higher value protein when he needed it. Wild hogs and deer are not that hard to take with a .22lr rifle, either, especially when you use a baited treestand, at night, with NVD's, luminous sights and a silencer.

Furthermore, while cans of Crisco "lard" do carry health risks if the stuff is over-used, , if shtf, that will be a VERY minor concern! Criso stores very well, can be used to keep a lamp burning, is cheap and readily available, can be had in metal tins. Crisco's makeup has been altered to seriously reduce its level of transfats, enough that they can claim, on the label "0%".

If you re-hydrate jerky and dried fruit, add a bit of criso, and maybe a dab of honey, you can mix in some cracked grain or oatmeal and have a nourishing, not bad tasting paste that can be eaten as is, or it can be turned into a patty, a stew, etc, as a side dish with your greens.
 

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now why can't terry or garand come up with factual, helpful, insightful posts like the above, hmm? Could it be that they just don't know jack ****, or is it that they are too damned lazy to type that much? I produced this in 5 minutes, start to finish. if they are SO concerned with what you, the other readers learn here, WHY don't they produce anything but jeers about MY material, hmm? Could it be that they're just incapable of doing so, and thus, merely pos's for attacking me? of course that's the case. Anyone can see it.
 

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in most states, (as sustenance if shtf, ie, 'need" 308 as shtf rifle) since they dont have any, and also very silly to overlook cattle, horses, hogs, sheep, goats, dogs, cats, poultry, since they are pretty much everywhere, and (at least at first) easily taken with a bola and spear, and certainly, they are easily enough brained with a silenced .22lr rifle.

So the guy with a lot of buried, empty drums could fill them with jerky in the first week of shtf. So he need not mess with stockpiling legumes (which becaome worthless after a couple of years of storage) and he'd also have higher value protein when he needed it. Wild hogs and deer are not that hard to take with a .22lr rifle, either, especially when you use a baited treestand, at night, with NVD's, luminous sights and a silencer.

Furthermore, while cans of Crisco "lard" do carry health risks if the stuff is over-used, , if shtf, that will be a VERY minor concern! Criso stores very well, can be used to keep a lamp burning, is cheap and readily available, can be had in metal tins. Crisco's makeup has been altered to seriously reduce its level of transfats, enough that they can claim, on the label "0%".

If you re-hydrate jerky and dried fruit, add a bit of criso, and maybe a dab of honey, you can mix in some cracked grain or oatmeal and have a nourishing, not bad tasting paste that can be eaten as is, or it can be turned into a patty, a stew, etc, as a side dish with your greens.
this tells me you have never hunted wild hogs and know very little about them.
 
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