emergency underground firearm storage?

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  1. hkusp1

    hkusp1 TGT Addict TGT Supporter

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    i've been thinking about emergency storage here lately with all the crap thats going with the government and was wondering about l-o-n-g term underground firearms storage. anyone have any info or wanna share their method?
     


  2. txinvestigator

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    lol


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  3. TrailDust

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    In case you haven't seen it yet, take a look at this thread I posted to the Gun Accessories forum. If you're intent on burying guns and ammo underground, I can guarantee this gentleman has the containers for you. Only catch is he doesn't ship so you'd have to travel to Nevada to get them.
     
  4. Buckles

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    You don't live in Waco do you?
     
  5. hkusp1

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    No but I do know a guy who looks identical to David koresh. My thought process is that with the way crap is going it couldn't hurt to have a plan and some materials on hand.
     
  6. Major Woody

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    6" PVC tubes glued cap on bottom, threaded clean out on top. Bury 200 ft deep in case of ground penetrating radar.
     
  7. Big country

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    I think 300 would be better. :rofl:
     
  8. Hawghauler

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    Bury it with Osama Bin Laden and the Feds are certain to never find them.
     
  9. SIG_Fiend

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    Just fyi, there is such a thing as ground penetrating radar, and it is fairly common technology. Buried in the ground really doesn't mean a thing, unless you have tons of land as in too much to search. ;) lol
     
  10. willygene

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    ground penetrating radar does not work as well as most think it does, here where i live the ground is full of iron ore which hinders it's ability really well, tubes placed in the verticle position with 3 feet of iron ore and scattered ground debrise works just fine on 200 acers.
     

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