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in the earth to lie in, field made ghillie suit to hide under. With poncho and hammock,making such a suit (good enough to SUFFICE) out of local vegetation only takes a couple of hours) He can open up on you,lethally, at 100m, with his subsonic .22 auto rifle, scope and silencer,and you can scan the woods, 2 seconds at a time, til you turn BLUE, and never detect him. Leave your head exposed for more than 2 seconds at a time, LIKELY get a .22 in it. :) He KNOWS where YOU bozos went-to ground, you have no CLUE which DIRECTION he fired- from. You have already been stupid enough to pursue him in daylight, now 3-4 of your buddies are shot up,and you STILL have no better chance of EVER catching him. Yeah, sure, you're going to KEEP on tracking him.
 

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There are some men who can do that but you aren't one of them. Quit kidding yourself.

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Except you've moved into someone else's AO long after they've gotten established, you're weak and careless from long travel and a sparse, poor diet, they saw you prepping, and they blew you away.
 

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Kind of depends on the surrounding terrain, the availability to foliage in the area, your ability to "blend" into the surrounding terrain with a guillie suit that has been properly modified to suit the above mentioned terrain, your opponents knowledge to his/her area of operations. Camoflague in prairie grasslands takes very inovative thinking. Your lack of knowledge of practical fieldcraft will ensure your quick and painless death though.
 

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Not to mention you assume you'll get away clean and they'l have to track you, rather than an active pursuit.
 

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Garand said:
Your lack of knowledge of practical fieldcraft will ensure your quick and painless death though.
Freezing to death is relatively painless, though a bit uncomfortable at first, with all of the shivering. Now, a hit from a high powered rifle though, now that might involve a fair degree of pain with maybe some sobbing, screaming, and thrashing around before he met eternity.
 

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I stand corrected, yes it would be appropriate for him to "bleed out".
 

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More likey he would leave a trail at night clawling. In the morning some of the workers will see his scrapes he left crawling. Wouldn't be hard then for the workers to get a fix on him. Then all they have to do is decide what method they want to use to get rid of the pest.
 
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