Plan on Hunting When SHTF? Think Again


Published on Oct 27, 2013 by TinHatRanch

So you plan on hunting when SHTF? Guess what? That is probably not a very good primary option. The odds are stacked against you. In fact, people will quickly realize that hunting wild game is not the answer to their growling bellies. They will quickly turn to the farms and ranches as a source of “easy” to obtain food. What can farmers and ranchers do?
In the fifth episode of “Ask Tin Hat” we cover these issues. For this question of the week, the Flip Flop Ranch recieves a Kelly Kettle Stainless Steel Scout.

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7 thoughts on “Plan on Hunting When SHTF? Think Again

  1. Great video. While hunting for food can clearly be an issue,water is more important to survival. Do you think clean water will be in short supply as well? Thanks.Judy

    1. Look into making several types of water distillers. The water source can be contaminated sewer water if need be and with a little know-how, you’ll never die of thirst.

      Solar Distiller – http://omegamanjournal.wordpress.com/2012/05/03/solar-water-distiller/

      Distillation – http://www.greenoptimistic.com/2011/08/09/how-to-build-water-distiller/

      Only two types of people die from dehydration: 1) someone trapped in a place with no access to any water; or 2) someone that is ignorant of ways to make clean water. The second cause is a terrible excuse.

      A lot of people make the water issue out to be a big damned deal. It is under the wrong circumstances, such as being stranded in a desert. Yet, if you have access to even the filthiest water supply, have access to even a few basic resources and have a little knowledge, clean water is easy to come by.

      Finally, since this is distilled water, keep some baking soda and Potassium around for electrolytes in very small quantities.

    1. 🙂 Between myself and my granddaughter and her husband, we plan on having no less than 7-10 deer by the end of November!!
      Unfortunately knowing us, that will last til thaw up or maybe if lucky Memorial Day. It’s always a sad day annually when we run out of venison.
      I’ll miss that when the SHTF. Sure are a lot of cattle around though that may start disappearing.

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