Tuesday, June 19, 2018

Survival Equipment for Beginners.

Survival Equipment for Beginners.
Advice based on experience.
1)      When packing a back pack for the trail, there must be a compromise between two principles; Minimum weight, & Maximum self reliance.
2)    Don’t waste money on modern gadgets that are NOT sustainable. Most of these gadgets are designed & sold for one purpose only, to make money for the designer & the seller.
3)    When purchasing survival gear, think practically, what are the items you actually NEED.
4)   Blades: Bowie knives & stilettos are all very nice, but think about what you blades will be actually mostly used for. Second hand blades in good order are just as good as modern blades if not better. 19th century & early 20th century butcher knives can often be found in second hand & junk shops. A tomahawk with a round or oval tapered eye is more versatile than a hatchet or a machete, but if you can’t find or afford a tomahawk, then pick up a light hatchet to get you by. I carry three knives & a tomahawk.
5)    A bird in the hand is worth more than two in the bush. You will need a hunting, defence tool(s).  You are better off with a flintlock pistol in your hand than a 9mm Glock still in the gun shop! Personally I carry a flintlock longarm & pistol from choice, but get what you can afford for now, even if it is only a single shot .22 rifle.
6)   When planning your equipment always think long term. We can’t possibly know what is going to happen in the future.
7)    Your survival kit should be your back pack/knapsack; all of your gear should be your survival kit, no fancy extras, just the basic needs that will keep you alive & in reasonable comfort.
8)    Learn primitive living skills. The more skills you have, the better chance you have of surviving.
9)   Practice makes perfect: Or at least as perfect as an individual can get. Use your gear, trek & camp & get used to using your equipment out bush.
10)Fire: Being able to make fire under all conditions is very important, so learn all you can about kindling, plant & fungi tinders & making fire. Learn how to char tinders directly in the fire & use the tinderbox to smother the glowing embers. I suggest you purchase or make yourself a flint & steel kit; fire steel/striker, tinderbox, & a piece of siliceous rock to strike the sparks from the steel. A good back up skill is being able to make fire with a fire-bow which you can make in the bush.
11)   Don’t rely on finding natural shelters, & don’t waste money on a modern tent. Get yourself a piece of canvas or oil cloth, it is more versatile than a tent, easier to erect, & you can take advantage of a fire for warmth & cooking without having to go out in the rain or snow.
12) A good pure wool blanket(s) is better than a sleeping bag. Sleeping bags in general will not keep you warm if they get wet, & they are difficult to get out of in an emergency. A good new blanket will always be better than a good old blanket, but two second hand wool blankets work just fine. You can also cut a blanket to make a “half-blanket” to use as a cape around your shoulders in winter, just as any blanket can also be used as a Matchcoat or a Great coat without any cutting or sewing.
13) Footwear: Hiking boots are good, but they can be noisy in the woods, difficult to repair & impossible to replace in the bush. If you make yourself a couple of pairs of center seam Woodland Indian moccasins (one pair to wear & the other pair to carry spare), then you will have the pattern to make new ones on your feet. They are light, leave less sign than a modern boot, easy to make a makeshift sole repair on the trail, easy to repair & replace. If you want to use your hiking boots, do so, but I suggest you make at least one pair of moccasins & carry them with you tied to your pack.
14) A good way to carry extra warmth with you is to roll up some spare warm clothing in your blanket roll. I carry a spare wool shirt & wool waistcoat which I put on over my other clothing on cold nights.
15) Make sure you carry a good modern medical/first aid kit. This is the only piece of modern equipment that I carry with me. Learn how to use it, learn first aid. There are first aid courses available in all cities.
16)Running a trap line. This is the most efficient way to make meat, carry your hunting tool with you & check the line every morning. Don’t carry any traps with you except small game snares & perhaps a rope for a large game snare. Learn how to make cordage from plant fibers’ & make your own traps.
17) Water is probably the heaviest thing you will be carrying, but always carry a water bottle/flask or canteen. I try to follow a water course when I can to make sure I always have water, but you never know when you may not be able to find any water.
18) Trail foods: Dry foods are lighter than canned foods. Always carry some foods that do not require cooking just in case it is not safe to make a fire.
19)Carry a light trade kettle or billy kettle. These are easy to make from a tin can & a piece of wire for a bail. These are good for cooking in, boiling water for sterilizing or making a hot drink, & for collecting rain water to top up your water bottle.
20)                       Carry some form of water filter. I carry linen & cotton water filter bags for straining dirty river water into my kettle for boiling.
21) Fishing Tackle: Carry a couple of lines & some spare hooks. You never know when you might get a chance to do some fishing.
22)                        A sewing kit is a must & it is pretty inexpensive to put together. This will be needed for repairs to your clothing, footwear & perhaps your shelter & back pack.
23)                        Whetstone for sharpening your blades. You can often find these second hand, but you can also find suitable stones in a creek or river bed.
24)                       Eating utensils.  You already have a knife, so all you need is a light wooden spoon.

Monday, June 18, 2018

PART TWO. The preditor Trap FINAL.

The Preditor Trap PART ONE

Australia in Crisis.

Australia’s is in Crisis.
Immigration, War in the South China Sea, Unemployment, Foreign ownership or Islamic ownership? We all get on with life but the big issues getting more relevant every day.Originally, we were a British Colony, Then a satellite of the USA, but that is now being fiercely challenged by two forces, internally by (population growth) Islam, and externally by China’s incursions into the South China sea and by massive land and port purchases.
Popularists will vote for anyone who guarantees that they will make Australians their first Priority.The first person that stands up for the 2 million licenced law abiding firearm owners will get immediate national coverage, but they must speak out loud and clear that they guarantee that they will work with every breath for……
A. For the individual right of law abiding citizens to own firearms,
B. To end long arm registration, allowing ownership of semi autos and pumps, and
C. Ensure that all law abiding citizens can use the Right of Self Defence as a reason to obtain the firearms that they believe are suitable for this need.
Then add to that same contract the promise to,
Stop All Islamic Immigration to Australia, from any country.
Not even for a holiday.
(Return all that have not got Australian citizenship.)
Stop All Importation of Islamic Refugees,
(Return all to their country of origin immediatetly).
Stop All Foreign Aid.
Stop the $33 Billion in Aboriginal Aid.
Stop all immigration (except for aged parents)
(except for special skills requested by our industry).
Stop GST and place 20% Tariff on Imports and 10% Bounty on all Exports.
Stop all Free Trade Agreements.
Stop all Australian commitment to the UN.
Stop all Hala certificates and payments.
Stop all 457 work visas.
Stop All Foreign Ownership of Property.
(If it’s not owned by Australians. Government makes compulsory purchase order.)
Stop Carbon Tax, It’s a slave tax
Open all Mosques to public and police scrutiny.
Introduce that
All Foreign born naturalised citizens who are convicted of murder, or rape or assault if not sentenced to death, transport to Macquarie Island for life. (It is an Australian Antarctic territory)
We want small government that lets us get on with our lives we just want to be left alone.
Any party that gets those points across will win Australia, lets hope one of them does before its too late.
There is no Spring without Winter, without Mistakes there is no Learning. There is no Life without Death, without Doubts there is no Faith. There is no Peace without War, without Fear there is no Courage. For without Mistakes, Doubts and Fears there are no pathways to Wisdom.
Ron Owen.


Sunday, June 17, 2018

Self Defence Issues in Australia!!! Surely this is a human right?!

Possessing any object specifically for the purpose of self-defence, lethal or non-lethal, is a criminal offence in Australia. There are many women, raped and/or murdered, who would have been liable to prosecution had they been carrying anything that might have saved them.

Why is it that the government sees making us defenceless more of a priority than helping us to protect ourselves???!!!

Home invasions, rapes & killings are happening all the time in Australia, yet the government denies us the right to carry or use anything specifically for the purpose of self-defence, lethal or non-lethal. I know the arguments against allowing people to carry items for self defence & the defence of their families; the perpetrator may take the defensive item from you & use it against you. This makes no sense to me, if someone is going to kill you anyway, what difference does it make if they take your can of pepper spray from you, or your taser, or your gun? At least you have an equaliser, a chance of defending yourself & or your family! 
Another argument is; if anyone can purchase, carry & use an item of defence, then so can the perpetrators/criminals. Yes true, BUT THEY ALREADY CAN USE THESE ITEMS!!! It's only us that are left defenceless!!! 

Why are the Australian people NOT standing up for their rights? Surely it is a human right to be able to protect yourself & your family? Don't they care, or do they assume that violence only happens to everyone else? Only happens to people who "ask for it"! Wake up people, you could be next!

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Saturday, June 16, 2018

Equipment: Comfort & Ease of Living.

Equipment: Comfort & Ease of Living.
Choosing the right equipment for wilderness living is important, especially if you are carrying that equipment on your back. It is important to choose equipment that is sustainable, which many modern survival gadgets are not. So you really do need to give it some thought before you start collecting gear.
The ease & comfort that you achieve in your wilderness survival depends solely on the equipment you choose. Your survival per se depends mostly on your wilderness living skills. If you have the right skills, you can survive in the wilderness without any bought equipment, BUT, it will be a hard life & a lot of work. Choose the wrong equipment, equipment that is not necessary & not sustainable, & you will finish up living a Stone Age lifestyle!
Here are some questions you need to ask yourself before purchasing or choosing items of equipment:
Is it sustainable? If it breaks can I repair it easily? Do I really need this or am I choosing it because it looks cool? What purpose will this serve? Can I use it for more than just one task? Is this suitable for the environment I am expecting to live in; example, jungle or forest/machete or tomahawk? (a tomahawk is more versatile than a machete). How versatile is this shelter option? If I choose a sleeping bag over wool blankets will the bag keep me warm when wet? In an emergency how easily can I escape from a sleeping bag? Do I need a firearm primarily for defence or hunting? How long will the ammunition last if I use a modern firearm for defence & hunting? Am I likely to get into a firefight? Will I be travelling alone? If I am travelling with a partner, how can I divide some of the equipment to our best advantage?

Thursday, June 14, 2018

Self Defence. Possessing any object specifically for the purpose of self-defence, lethal or non-lethal, is a criminal offence in Australia.

Possessing any object specifically for the purpose of self-defence, lethal or non-lethal, is a criminal offence in Australia. There are many women, raped and/or murdered, who would have been liable to prosecution had they been carrying anything that might have saved them.

Home Invasions & Assaults 2018

MAY 31 2018 - 2:47PM
Teens arrested over Tahmoor home invasion.

Teen arrested over two 'frightening' attacks on women in Sydney's west
11 May 2018 — 4:58pm
A man allegedly throws rocks at police in Darlington after attempted break-in
WA Police hunt for man in relation to sexual assault

Investigation continues into Margaret River massacre
Judge cries in court while sentencing woman who killed abusive partner
CCTV of missing 12-year-old moments before he was pulled into car
Another home invasion!
Man on the run after assaulting 12-year-old girl
Another home invasion! Eight-year-old girl 'assaulted after man climbs into bedroom window'
Home Invasions. New Victoria police taskforce targeting wayward teens in home invasion crackdown
Masked men threaten family with machetes and tomahawk in home invasion
Home Invasion. Man charged over death of young mum found next to baby
Police release CCTV of Elizabeth South home invasion in which a bullet was fired into a bedroom
THE VICTIM of a terrifying home invasion has recalled the moment three thugs stormed her home and held a doona over her head.It comes as police make a fresh appeal for public assistance following the aggravated burglary and false imprisonment in Cairnlea in
Nine charged with murder over stabbing death of woman
'I was screaming blood-curdling screams': Brave woman speaks of shock sex attack
Lake Macquarie Police District officers charge man, 44, over alleged axe attack of man, 73, in Rathmines this morning
Man threatened with gun and knife during Hornsby home invasion
Armed Home Invasion. A TEENAGE boy has been charged with armed robbery after an alleged break-in at an Armidale NSW house.
Man kicked in head in Sydney home invasion
NSW meat cleaver home invasion injures two
20th of May 2018
Woman repeatedly sexually assaulted on train 22 May 2018
Home Invasion. Oxley police investigate firearm theft in Narrabri. MAY 22 2018
Murderer on bail for violent home invasion
22nd May 2018
Investigation underway following home invasion in Colyton
Monday 21 May 2018
MAY 24 2018 - 12:23PM
Man charged after home invasion
Elderly man in intensive care after invasion at Gosnells property
May 23rd 2018.
25th May 2018.
12:30PM: Police have arrested a man in relation to a number of alleged assaults in Kennington on Friday and Saturday. 26th May 2018.
Man arrested at Prospect service station over home invasion involving meat cleaver
May 25, 2018 7:49pm
'We'll come back and chop you up': Man threatened with machete in home invasion
8:15pm May 25, 2018
After murdering his pregnant partner, killer drove to a police station in a crazed state
26 May 2018 — 12:00am
Woman stabbed, man charged in Adelaide
26 May 2018
Employee locks robber in store during armed hold-up
26 May 2018
Man 'punched food delivery driver' as he dropped off order
27 May 2018
Teens hit man with spanner after being caught stealing two bottles of coke
WA police hunt for armed, dangerous man
MAY 27 2018 - 12:27PM
Women terrorised by truck driver armed with hammer in road rage attack
28 May 2018
Mum's horror after finding naked stranger inside home
27th May 2018.
Police search for trio following Bunnings axe robbery
28th May 2018.
Trio raid pub with machete, samurai sword in terrifying hold-up
28th May 2018
Home Invasion. Woolsthorpe home in Leman Road burgled.
MAY 29 2018 - 12:38PM
MAY 29 2018 - 8:00AM
Man stabbed in home invasion at Figtree.
MAY 29 2018 - 8:00AM
Outlaw motorcycle gang associates charged after home invasion, TAS
29th May 2018.
Hamilton South Home Invasion.
29th May 2018.
Man slashed with machete during home invasion
A man has suffered serious injuries after being slashed with a machete when two masked intruders broke into his home overnight.
29th May 2018.

Heartbroken neighbour, 92, pays tribute to friend bashed to death IN A HOME INVASION!
30 May 2018
Man charged after allegedly attacking women 
30th May 2018.

Gunman surrenders to police after Mackay CBD lockdown
May 31, 2018 6:53am
'Stop filming and help out': Message after brutal bashing
30 May 2018.
Three men with sawn-off shotgun steal cash in targeted Holt home invasion
  31 May 2018 
Home invasion & Car jacking. Man arrested after woman dies, man stabbed in NSW
1 June 2018
Bega stabbing: Woman dies, grandson under police guard in hospital
2 June 2018 — 8:53am
Two charged over assault on elderly couple in Perth's southern suburbs
2 June 2018 — 10:04am
Home Invasion. Pensioner speaks out after home burgled
Friday, 1 June 2018 6:18PM
Delivery driver allegedly bashed and threatened with gun
2 June 2018.
Man under police guard in hospital after stabbing
2 June 2018.
Two stabbed, 12 arrested after massive brawl outside party
3 June 2018.
Hatchet used in a Murgon home invasion
4th Jun 2018 11:53 AM | Updated: 12:57 PM
Two charged over Merewether home invasion, taxi robbery JUNE 5 2018 - 7:02AM
Same man could be responsible for two sex attacks on women
5 June 2018
Man stabbed in Sydney's CBD while waiting for a bus
Updated6 June 2018 — 3:26pmfirst published at 2:59pm
Man refused bail after stand-off with police following alleged assault
7 June 2018 — 7:34am
Man bail refused for serious offences. Home Invasion.
JUNE 6 2018 - 4:30PM
Home invasion. June 7th 2018.
Man jailed for fatal bashing of stranger
7 June 2018
Man charged with 'bashing war veteran with baseball bat'
7 June 2018
JUNE 7 2018 - 4:30PM
Two men with handguns in armed home invasion at Woolooware JUNE 7 2018 - 4:30PM
Horrifying details emerge of radio host's home invasion
3:56pm June 7th, 2018
Man stabbed multiple times in Sydney brawl
9 June 2018
Two women tied up during violent Kingston home invasion
June 8, 2018 3:29pm
Great-grandfather refuses to hand over cash in armed robbery
9 June 2018.
Man robs Elizabeth East supermarket with machete, two car chases in Murray Bridge terminated following erratic driving
June 10, 2018 8:57am
Two home invasions on violent night in Adelaide
June 12, 2018 2:52pm
One charged, another on the run after violent Midland home invasion
11 June 2018 — 5:27pm
Magistrate's husband assault & 'threatened family'
5:01pm Jun 12, 2018
Uber driver to face trial over teen rape allegation
12 June 2018
Girl, 12, sexually assaulted over five hours after being taken into bushland
13 June 2018
Carlton North death: Police release images of man in grey hoodie. She was raped and killed Tuesday night.
13 June 2018 — 6:35pm
Woman tells of sex assault near where woman's body found this morning
13 June 2018 — 2:33pm
Disabled pensioner brutally bashed
A father of seven has told how he was brutally bashed by two men armed with a metal pole during a home invasion at Davoren Park.
12th of June 2018.
Three charged over terrifying home invasion
14 June 2018
Home invasion & police ramming! 13 year old girl at home alone!
11:01AM June 14, 2018
A Mother assaulted at beach.
14 June 2018
Chilling video shows two children running from feared abduction attempt
14 June 2018