Episode-2183- Listener Feedback for 3-15-18

jackspirkoToday on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on bug out bags, back up power, water storage, guns, crypto, wind power and more.

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  • A bug out bag success story
  • A listener gives props to Steven Harris
  • Thoughts on in line water tanks, some follow up from a past episode
  • What is the 223 Wylde and is a nickle boron bolt carrier group worth the money
  • How Ark proof of stake rewards and thoughts on the crypto market drop
  • Taking care of your guns and thoughts on “old guns”
  • Thoughts on small scale wind power

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4 Responses to Episode-2183- Listener Feedback for 3-15-18

  1. Did not see the Ark calculator link?


  2. I’ve had success using a piece of flannel to remove minor surface rust from firearms.  It usually gets the job done without damaging the blueing.

    If the flannel doesn’t work then you can always try the steel wool.

  3. Hi Jack

    here in the UK we use cold water storage systems in the attics of most domestic houses. It works well although it usually only supplies toilets, bathroom taps,and our domestic hot water. Most new builds and renovations are moving away from this system in favor of both pressurized hot water (usually heated by mains gas) and pressurized cold water in both the bathroom and kitchen. If your listeners want more info look on youtube for cold water storage in attic in UK

    Keep up the great podcasts