The Surprisingly Solid Mathematical Case of the Tin Foil Hat Gun Prepper

Burt knew.

And so do you.

17 responses to “The Surprisingly Solid Mathematical Case of the Tin Foil Hat Gun Prepper

  1. anonymous

    For people who shoot either for fun or for food, its an investment. You know you will need it eventually, might as well get while cost is lower than future cost, if its available then.

    When you need it bad, you need it NOW. Its an insurance policy for ‘just in case’.

  2. Darrell Cloud

    A zombie is simply some good old boy who will not sit and watch his children starve to death during an ongoing collapse. The mystery meat of Stalingrad comes to mind.

    • ChuckInBama

      Actually, I think of zombies as those who either stare at a portable electronic device all the time and are not functional if it becomes non-functional, or any group that depends on entitlements for their subsistence and are unable to provide for themselves through any means except violence.

  3. This got me to thinking. If I were a “rifle only zombie prepper”, which I’m not, I might want to hack the Uber-Rich Bunker Construction Company to find out where the uber-rich bunkers are at. (And no, they aren’t all in New Zealand.) This info is probably highly confidential, so it may not be in computers, it might be a burglary/safe job. Did I say this out loud?

    • SemperFi, 0321

      Think places like Aspen, Jackson Hole, Sun Valley, Whitefish, etc where they have their $10 million resort homes and private security, places that will become compounds sealed off from the outside. Jackson Hole is renowned for it’s scenery, bison, elk, and superb fly fishing, why not hang out there and relax until things cool off on the outside?

      • the Hamptons neighborhood out on Long Island, NY. (((Soros))), (((Blankfein))), (((Katerina van den Heuval))), and all sorts of rich Judeo-globalists have estates there.

  4. kekistantrans

    Why Science and Experience Command That You Buy an ‘Assault Rifle’
    Kurt Schlichter | Posted: May 07, 2018 12:01 AM

    In other words, to the question (actually more of a statement made by the person wanting to ban “assault weapons”) of “What do you need an AR-15 / AK / any high capacity semi-automatic pistol / carbine / rifle for? It’s a weapon of war.”

    My answer is the title of this YouTube animated musical movie:

  5. Those ” bunkers” those “people”, are the absolute last place I’d be, the last people I’d waste skills on. Their the fucking problem.

    They foolishly think they can buy what’s not for sale. skills.


    • SemperFi, 0321

      We had some south of Boise, full of garbage, graffiti, and lots of water. I see them as gopher holes.

  6. Alfred E. Neuman

    Reblogged this on FOR GOD AND COUNTRY.

  7. Walter Sobchak

    I know of one missile silo bunker for the elite in Kansas. I don’t know exactly where it is. I just happened to stumble on an article about it a while back. I believe it’s an old Atlas F silo, it’s been converted into several luxury flats from 1.5-4.5mil. They had a picture in the article, only showed some kitted out ‘contractor’ dude and the entrance. I know it’s north of Wichita, the missile HQ was Schilling AFB, which is now Salina municipal airport. Found an old map of Schilling showing the locations of the silos. They had quite a few, and the map was by no means precise, so that’s about as much as I know. There’s an Atlas-D or E? Silo that’s been convenient into a home by some hippie. I think it’s up around Topeka-KC area. Looking at old maps there’s really a ton of potential old silos in KS. They are mostly way out in the boondocks. The Titan 2 silos around Wichita McConnell AFB have been filled in. Fwiw MC AFB is the Air Forces gas station.

    • If your $3M doomsday bunker has its own CNN/YouTube clip, and/or I can see it from space on GoogleEarth, you’re doing it wrong.

      What are the first two rules of Fight Club?

  8. kekistantrans

    Tremors. 1990.

    Reba Mcentire was the best thing about that movie (her movie debut).

    As a blonde, working and firing a bolt action rifle, shotgun, an AR-15, two pistols with one in each hand, and a flare gun.

    And she sang the closing song.