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    I strongly disagree with the rifle an handgun calibers of 22, in a shtf scenario, U will need a weapon that will stop a man dead in his tracks, a 22 just does not fit the bill. A 223 will! Although it is a great round for small game, you also need something that can take larger animals like deer at longer ranges. As for the handgun i would suggest anything in the 357 45 range.
    Remember in a SHTF scenario u may not be just trying to survive, you may have to protect ur supplies from the thugs who leave the cities starving, u will also need to protect ur family from said thugs an any foreign invasion force. So i strongly disagree with a 22 as the main weapon
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    Read the whole thing. The .22 IS secondary.
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    Great thread. Thanks for sharing.

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    I did, he meant 22 rimfire. 223 is centerfire.
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    I may be misunderstanding you but the .223 is a primary weapon caliber and the .22 is secondary. Are you saying you disagree with the .223 as a primary? The .22 is designated as a hunting round.
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    Good list, but I disagree with the loaded mags going "limp". Springs don't fatigue under load, they loose thie springiness by pressing/depressing.
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    I actually agree as well as to loaded mags do not fatigue but I download all rifle mags a couple of rounds to enhance reliability.
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    Any new updates? Great info!
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    From Another site. Here are some Medical Lists.

    Master Medical Supply List

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    Sutures kits
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    Staples and stapler
    Magill forceps
    Laryngoscopes (Diff sizes)
    Stethoscopes (Adult, infant)
    BP Cuffs (Adult, Child, Infant, Obese)
    Pen Lights
    Glucometer/Strips/Lancets
    Field Medicine Book

    Splints
    Board splints
    Ladder Splints
    Tongue Depressors
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    Traction Splint

    Bandages
    Self adherent Kling (Diff sizes)
    Ace Bandages
    Triangles
    Bandaids

    Dressings
    4x4's (sterile and Unsterile)
    5x9's
    Multi Trauma Dressings
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    Second Skin
    Occlusive Dressings
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    Tampons
    Pads
    Tourniquets (Fast Application Pre Made)
    Celox or Quick Clot
    Israeli Bandages or equivelant

    Adhesives
    Super Glue
    1" and 2" Tape
    Duct Tape
    Electrical Tape

    Airway
    Oral Airways
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    BVM
    O2
    Cannula
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    ET Tubes
    10cc Syringe
    Cric Kit
    Pleural Decompression Kit

    IV
    Fluid (Saline, Ringers, both, or your choice)
    Drip Sets (10gtt and 60gtt)
    Extension sets
    IV Catheters (14ga to 24ga)
    Syringes (Diff Sizes)
    Needles
    IO needles
    Tegaderms
    Tourniquet
    Alcohol Preps

    Wound Care
    Sterile Saline
    Sterile Water
    Antibiotic Ointment
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    Alcohol Preps
    Peroxide

    Personal Protection
    Gloves
    N95 Masks
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    Tyvek Suit
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    Pain Meds
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    Tylenol
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