Gun cleaning fluid that doesn't smell

orbitup

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Nov 6, 2010
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Waxyscratchy
Just be grateful that you didn't have Butch's Bore Shine in there. That shit works great but will burn your nasal hair.

Ballistol works well and doesn't smell half bad as others have mentioned.
 

mad88minute

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There's a lot of talk about 'bug out bags', but rarely do I read anyone recognizing 'how' when the roads/highways are utterly clogged with everyone else trying to 'bug out'.

So, how do you go about 'bugging out'?

Walk?

Mountain bike?

Own a helicopter?

Or, am I overlooking something obvious that everyone recognizes that allows 'bugging out' to be a doable thing, except me...?
I'm going to use my skills of persuasion to borrow a motorcycle.

And I don't call it a bug out bag. It's a get home bag.

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candcallen

Purveyor of Snark Humor and Truth.
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Little Elm
There's a lot of talk about 'bug out bags', but rarely do I read anyone recognizing 'how' when the roads/highways are utterly clogged with everyone else trying to 'bug out'.

So, how do you go about 'bugging out'?

Walk?

Mountain bike?

Own a helicopter?

Or, am I overlooking something obvious that everyone recognizes that allows 'bugging out' to be a doable thing, except me...?
Another reason I miss AZ. The vast amount of accessible public land. While sprawl changes stuff, I could leave my house hut the desert and get just about anywhere. Living there 5 decades helped but you gotta know where to go.

Living in the huge metropolitan areas here in north texas are just as big a prison as New York City was during the murderous blackouts.

I live less than a mile from a major lake here in little elm and while it's a great water source it's also a decent barrier from some zombie hoards traveling I35 but there are still lots of people around. And in a real shit versus fan collision unknown people are to be avoided like the plague.

Long story short we're phucked in these cities. There is no bugging out unless you're ahead of the game or wait till the inevitable mass of humanity feeds on each other and leaves it safe for you. You are not going to live out your apocalypse fantasy and bug out in that situation. You will be a victim.
 
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Wolfwood

Self Appointed Board Chauvinist
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May 12, 2009
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good plan! i heard you can drive a motorcycle 2500 miles in a night.
I'm going to use my skills of persuasion to borrow a motorcycle.

And I don't call it a bug out bag. It's a get home bag.

Sent from my moto e6 using Tapatalk
 

Lildoodad

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Mar 31, 2021
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Spring Branch, TX
There's a lot of talk about 'bug out bags', but rarely do I read anyone recognizing 'how' when the roads/highways are utterly clogged with everyone else trying to 'bug out'.

So, how do you go about 'bugging out'?

Walk?

Mountain bike?

Own a helicopter?

Or, am I overlooking something obvious that everyone recognizes that allows 'bugging out' to be a doable thing, except me...?
Logical questions. For alot of us we just use them more as gear bags. Mine contains first aid supplies, a few smithing tools, flashlight, TP...yadda, yadda. I carry a small can of Hornady One Shot cleaner/lubricant just in case. As for true "bugging out" that's for conspiracy theororists, soccer mom's and black friday shoppers....IMHO.
 

baboon

TGT Addict
Those fast food french fries under the seat of your vehicle contain plenty of lubrication that don't smell any worse then when you were shoving that crap in your pie hole! And they double as emergency fire starters too. Frito Corn Chips are greasy enough to lube a belt fed machine gun and again emergency fire starter!
 

mad88minute

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Oct 13, 2017
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Houston
Another reason I miss AZ. The vast amount of accessible public land. While sprawl changes stuff, I could leave my house hut the desert and get just about anywhere. Living there 5 decades helped but you gotta know where to go.

Living in the huge metropolitan areas here in north texas are just as big a prison as New York City was during the murderous blackouts.

I live less than a mile from a major lake here in little elm and while it's a great water source it's also a decent barrier from some zombie hoards traveling I35 but there are still lots of people around. And in a real shit versus fan collision unknown people are to be avoided like the plague.

Long story short we're phucked in these cities. There is no bugging out unless you're ahead of the game or wait till the inevitable mass of humanity feeds on each other and leaves it safe for you. You are not going to live out your apocalypse fantasy and bug out in that situation. You will be a victim.
BLM land was my friend in CA as well.

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