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Survival Items You Need To Stock For A Mainland Attack

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Survival Items You Need To Stock For A Mainland Attack


Americans, world tensions are rising and an attack on US soil may be imminent. According to many, it's only a matter of time until one of the powerful nations which are enemies of the United States takes the battle to United States soil. And with no idea of where they might attack first, patriots need to be prepared to defend their home and American soil by themselves if need be. It's critical to stay prepared and stocked for any possibility of a mainland attack on the US, so listen up because we're going to cover the 15 critical preps to stock during this tumultuous time. Do you have everything you need at home? Some of the items on this list are essential staples of prepping, while others may not even have crossed your mind but are still just as crucial
 

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This is a really big country to invade . They better bring lots of fuel and water to make it across wesr Texas
In fairness, all of the unvetted folks pouring across the southern border does make it quite possible that small, independent terror cells without a clear and coordinated command structure could enter CONUS and wreak havoc in American cities.

Cities are big places with high population densities and local and state police often struggle with just one determined bad actor, imagine a squad sized group with training and will.

How do NG units and .mil respond to that?
 

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In fairness, all of the unvetted folks pouring across the southern border does make it quite possible that small, independent terror cells without a clear and coordinated command structure could enter CONUS and wreak havoc in American cities.

Cities are big places with high population densities and local and state police often struggle with just one determined bad actor, imagine a squad sized group with training and will.

How do NG units and .mil respond to that?
Uhh, yeah this. The invasion is being allowed as we speak. Allowed is actually too passive. The mother fuckers are facilitating it.
 

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In fairness, all of the unvetted folks pouring across the southern border does make it quite possible that small, independent terror cells without a clear and coordinated command structure could enter CONUS and wreak havoc in American cities.

Cities are big places with high population densities and local and state police often struggle with just one determined bad actor, imagine a squad sized group with training and will.

How do NG units and .mil respond to that?
In Big Cities, it will be problems that the NG and .mil can't solve. We will see who the REAL nazis/maoists/totalitarians are when the chaos arrives, just like we saw with the Scamdemic and all the BS "rules" chained on everybody they could tie down.

In smaller municipalities, the local Sheriff Department, along with organized and semi-organized "militia" (read armed populace) will be able to put a stop to foreign destructive activities.

As Jarhead is fond of saying; "There are going to be BIG SURPRISES on ALL sides of the shooting".

Jarhead
 

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In fairness, I think a lot of our soldiers are quite adept at house to house, urban fighting gleaned for experiences over the past two decades in MENA.
There are those who contend that experienced warriors, especially SOCOM personnel, are being forced out of the military by things like mandatory immunizations, the woke agenda, and other things. Shawn Ryan was discussing that on his most recent podcast.
 

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Not sure what I need because my area isn't full of antifa or blm turds. Plenty of liberals here that would love to go full commie but I doubt shit would happen until the weather warms up.

Too old to give a shit these days so get the ball rolling Chester.
 

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The Army is sending letters offering signing bonuses and guarantee of "no mandatory vaxx" for many who resigned over the issue. We have the smallest standing army of anytime since 1937 and they are begging for people who left to take contracting jobs or civilian jobs with critical MOSs to return. Heard some specific MOSs can get five figure signing bonuses to reenlist and some bonus time toward retirement, promotions and paygrade.
 

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In fairness, all of the unvetted folks pouring across the southern border does make it quite possible that small, independent terror cells without a clear and coordinated command structure could enter CONUS and wreak havoc in American cities.
Cities are big places with high population densities and local and state police often struggle with just one determined bad actor, imagine a squad sized group with training and will.

How do NG units and .mil respond to that?

Very, very, very slowly!

If any of our cities are hit with a squad, 12 trained men, all hell will break loose and the body count will be insane on a murder/kill mission.

A platoon, 40 or so trained men, can just about take over a large city, shut it down, and G-D only knows how long it would take to root them out, kill them, all the while, the kill rate goes up by the minute.

The more powerful you are, the slower the response to damn near anything, with so many layers above the grunts required to "do the grunt work" required to destroy any small force to retake an urban area.

Our "systems" are designed for common criminals,,,,,,,,and they can't even handle that.
 

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Why we dropped nukes on Japan, they had recruited 32 million of their 72 million population into a type of "homeland defense" recruiting men, women and children who were armed with weapons from firearms to sharpened bamboo spears. With their "bushido" or code of it's better to die than surrender imagine how bad an invasion of the mainland would have been. Making it worse because we blew up the plant making Kawasaki inline water cooled fighter engines they found an air cooled radial engine that they could shove in the thousands of their latest generation airframes creating the most formidable fighter plane of the war.

I wonder how a squad of south American or Chinese immigrants would fare in downtown areas controlled by gangs if the gangs cooperated and had a few combat vets join them to help them best use their assets. Always worried me how many Hispanics we see in military and bases in Afganistan were littered with gang tags. Has the USMC trained ten thousand Hispanics in urban combat and if so which side will they fight for? If they go defensive protecting their neighborhoods then it's a great thing. I know a lot of young GWOT veterans living on family farms that have some form of disability income (some substantial, one of wifes nephews is getting his full salary with annual raises from active duty because of his mom hiring a lawyer to advocate) plus family money who do nothing but buy guns, ammo, food and stay on the farm because they get all flakey around crowds.

This nation has a lot of combat veterans from Gulf 1, 2 and the twenty year war on terror with large numbers of Tier 1 and Tier 2 veterans that I believe would organize if just families and neighbors and fight well. Then there are old worn out guys like me with more guns and ammo than need for three lifetimes and at the age where killing more than my fair share would be enough to make a difference as the area surrounding the Ponderosa will be like a post war European mine field till a specialized team in handling improvised munitions carefully combed everything around me inch by inch. I would suck at running around being a field troop but let me add sandbags to an already hardened structure and stage pallets of ammo and stacks of rifles around the "shooting ports" and bet till someone showed up with an RPG or U.S. shoulder fired missile it would be a dying field around the Ponderosa for at least a few weeks.

If their using shields made from plastic drums and wearing safety goggles like the BLM/ANTIFA rioters did just keep sending groups marching down my street even if one in ten has a firearm. That would be a video game scenario for a bit. They would have to sacrifice as have ability to load over 10,000 rounds in magazines and send them using mix of precision rifles, binary, select fire and once the rule of law falls no telling what one may cobble together. Have enough black powder now to worry myself if something went wrong. The Ponderosa would become a smoking hole. If able to run most of it through my black powder cannon and mortar(s) then that's more mayhem from one old man who knows his days are short anyway and is reconciled with his God for the other side.

I think America might just stand tall. If not does it matter? Most Biblical scholars say we don't figure at all into the end times so something takes us out of the final battle long before it happens.
 

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Watching a WW 2 documentary and it's amazing how much Nazi infrastructure for shore defense along with layer after layer across the continent that are still in good shape and easily recommissioned for gun emplacments. If needed to protect the French shoreline gun emplacements are there for quick deployment.
 

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Invade what? When?

Poof. Power goes out. No food to cities. Cities go bananas. No power, no fuel pumped, no trucks. No seeds getting to farmers or farm implements.

Cut off power December 1st and by June 1st the population is cut by 9/10, everyone remaining is busy trying to stay alive, MAYBE National Guard is trying to do something (and FEMA is....well, same as always).

And, by June 1st, military food stockpiles are gone or undeliverable, and military personnel need to stay home and protect their families, so military installations are down by 75%

THEN you waltz in....with food and medicine.
 

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I split open a box Sunday with all the colored mags posted in sale thread in AR room. Seven bucks for aluminum milspec mags but all were red, blue or orange and had a limit of ten per color. The orange cost more than blue and red but they had a seven dollar option for "assorted". Ordered ten red, ten blue and ten assorted which with tax and shipping were exactly $8 each to the door. Didn't really want more thirty round 556 AR mags but pushed the buy button then realized my fire resistant/waterproof magazine boxes I use hold 48 total thirty round AR 15 magazines. Found one of my vendors with "excellent" grade milsurp which except for not being in a wrapper and showing a few handling marks looked new with the good followers for $6.99 to your door if bought ten or more so ordered twenty.

Then tripped across a deal on the new EPR magazines designed to reduce feed ramp wear when running M855a1 with exposed steel tips for $8.50 to my door and knew I had about thirty EPRs total but my inventory of M855a1 has gone from a few hundred rounds to about 10,000 5.56 plus have M855a1 pulls loaded in 22 Nosler and 7.62×51 using sabots. Used my recipe for M855 green tip in 7.62×51 as a experiment and took just a fudge more powder to get same point of impact at 100, 200 and 250 yards within 3/4 inch (low at 100, almost dead on at 200 and tad high at 200). EPR mags are no good for 22 Nosler or 308 but with five figures of 5.56 now figured two dozen more EPRs in stock was not a bad idea as figure will keep buying M855a1 as price is holding where M855 is almost same as I can buy the a1 now.

Trying to talk wife into letting me order another 900 round can on stripper clips as my vendor said he couldn't hold his $900 to door price but would sell me another can for $999 so wife does not see a fourth number left of the decimal point on credit card bill. Told her vendor says will hold price for one purchase if done soon and she remembers 900ish but long as it doesnt crack a thousand bucks wont go look up price on last can. Still have plenty of pulls and plenty of primed Lake City pulled cases but if able to get real deal Lake City manufacture that's 900 more pulls can shove in 22 Nosler and 22-250 as the 308 sabot are emergency rounds to have one magazine if come up against Level 4 armor. While I can push a 62 grain 5.56 projectile to silly speeds in a 308 case learned long ago if go past 4,000 fps accuracy goes into the trash can and they spin around like mad hornet's. Loaded to 3,900 fps with a powder that is 95% case fill and will group 2.0 to 2.5 MOA which if all they are for is burning holes if M80 is not then 2 MOA is accurate enough.

Had some more of the Sentry boxes delivered to house which wifes buddy carried downstairs as well for us Saturday as split open boxes realized had enough "new to me" thirty round 5.56 mags to fill two boxes and load up two six magazine mag pouches to test at range and start filling a third box. Over 100 more 5.56 magazines may seem silly but 3,000 rounds loaded and mags stacked neatly at a station with three 5.56 rifles so as first feels hot, swap to number two and by time number three gets hot rifle number one has cooled and don't end up like those USGIs at Wanat Afghanistan who had plenty of ammo but most of their rifles including SAWs failed catastrophically because they were running continuous full auto mag dumps. Since most were construction specialists not 11 Bravos assume they were just spraying because they had a happy switch third position fire control device.

Have seven boxes of 5.56 AR 15 mags, three wifh 6.8 AR 15 25 round mags, plus two loaded with FAL mags, two loaded with G3 mags, three loaded with AR 10 mags, one with Ruger OEM Mini 14 mags and one with aftermarket Mini 14 twenty round 6.8 mags. All the polymers are still in ammo cans as have too many bought when Gen 2 Pmags were $2.99 each at LGS so would by three or six every trip. If spend just ten to twenty bucks everytime go in door they treat you way different than the "hang arounds" that buy something on occasion and some usually do lay-away if buy something. One LGS wasn't thinking but as Sandy Hook was about to be in the past but guns, ammo and mags had been unobtanium got a chance to buy 10,000 Pmags but fact distributor had 10,000 to ship didn't ring a bell. Started at $20, $15, $10, $5 and still had more of storage room filled with mags so dropped price to $3 so I began buying Pmags for first time in life. Bought over two hundred (he was also giving three with every rifle purchase to get them gone) but only took six out of wrappers. They will be great barter and cash makers some day.

When a zombie hoard is coming at your position if have say 10,000 rounds stacked loaded in magazines and rifles stacked so not burning them down my guess if the rounds just never seem to quit pouring out after about twenty minutes it might discourage even a motivated crowd. Have three boxes with 1,000 rounds of 5.56 on strippers and three stripper clip adapters per box staged on main floor and two downstairs. Have one box with 1,000 rounds of 7.62×39 on strippers upstairs and one downstairs, two with 800 rounds of 308 on strippers and one downstairs. That's a lot of ammo to always be on standby along with lots of loaded mags. Dont want to be running to open a vault if world goes sideways in a minute.
 

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Ops link missed one item I believe is important; Games.

Everything can’t be shooting the enemy, quartering deer and washing your ass. Having a deck of cards, dice, football / frisbee or a few board games is valuable to help ease tension, pass time, boost morale, fun.

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Guess I will post another oddball but was getting a fair amount of the new dim tracer (dim means IR and only visible with night vision) on 5.56 and 7.62 belt tails and more I got more curious I was. Wondered about why every fifth round was an IR tracer as why dedicated 1/5th of your ammo load out was useless in day combat then learned the Mk 276 IR tracer on 7.62×51 belts had not only same trajectory and night vision only trace but more of the bullet was constructed for terminal performance than trace and is highly lethal. Same trajectory and highly lethal now load next to last round of every 308 mag with a Mk 276 so if night time and running N.V. when see that trace go down range know to do a tactical mag swap before bolt is locked back and requiring an emergency mag swap.
Lake City 2018 Production LC18 M276 Dim Tracer .308 Violet Tip. This is insanely hard to find.
Dim Tracer ammunition provides the Gunner with a tracer cartridge which is invisible when viewed with the naked eye but is visible when viewed through NVDs and does not cause visual interference to the wearer of a night vision device. IR Tracer ammunition was designed for night operations, granting the combat forces a stealth advantage. The bullet trace is completely invisible to the naked eye and only visible with the use of Night Vision Devices (NVDs). The technology gives the gunner higher engagement effectiveness since the target visualization is not obscured by the halo effect. Manufactured with a propellant that virtually eliminates muzzle flash, it allows a tactical upper hand by keeping the shooter’s position unexposed. The trace performance is achieved due to a special tracer composition that keeps the wavelength emission within the IR spectrum, therefore visible only through NVDs.
This lot was manufactured by Lake City Ammunition Plant in 2018, so buy with confidence!
Sold by the round and 6-pack
Note is sold by the round or six pack. $5 per round and $25 per six pack. For the longest time I was getting belt tails free then when LGS saw my ammo from broken down belt tails wasn't all scuffed up they would drop off all they took in (employees in parking lot, not an "in-store" item) for me to delink and clean then I kept the M276 and links for my trouble as all they wanted was the M80a1. At first we all thought the purple M276 (originally green over yellow) was same as orange tip tracer, no real ballistic qualities but just an aiming device. When I learned the front 2/3 is either compressed copper (version 4) or copper solid projectile (version 5) I broke it down and cleaned without removing the paint as M276 is becoming a thing all collectors want.





This is 100 of the first 250 rounds of M80a1 I got along with 250 rounds of M855a1 when I took a subcontract job to add ballistic barriers to a public building that specs called for "ability to stop current issue military 5.56 and 7.62×51" which is now the EPR ammo in combat zones. I used less than fifty of each verifying all my panels would stop "three rounds in 12"×12" area" and was never asked to return thecoverage. During height of most covid/Biden panic this was up to $30 per round on GunRobber and was offered $2,000 for below box (have the military issue boxes) of 100 rounds and wife would not let me sell. Said what if we need it and it's gone, last I looked was back down to $8 to $10 per round based on quantity. Told wife I could buy real USGI Lake City API pulls for $10 which are way better hole punchers plus they are on FIRE and her reply was buy 100 and load them up, don't sell the M80a1 or any ammo. As much as made flipping ammo in every panic she stI'll says buy and don't sell one round of anything.



I have enough standard 5.56 dim trace (GM tips for "green material" which can be copper solid, copper frangible or tungsten AP) 5.56 ammo and pulls can load up enough 22 Nosler so when see a trace at night know last round followed it into chamber and time to swap mags. Found a deal on some 5.56 dim trace pulls a while back so bought 100 as had 250 from an earlier purchase and use one per mag on my mags in LBEs. Most were (many still are) dumping dim trace pulls cheap while selling off the M80a1 and M855a1 for silly prices.

One of the semi popular sellers of loaded milsurp, pulled projectiles and primed cases was offering a very fair price on some loaded 5.56 dim trace (90 cents per round) so ordered 100 rounds and when it arrived noticed instead of purple tips it had violet tips and G5 headstamp instead of LC, ordered more immediately till hit point site said "out of stock" so had to decrease my order from 600 to 500 till order went through then site showed the 5.56 dim trace as "out of stock". Kept mouth shut about G5 even when the next 500 were only 10% Nammo and 90% LC M996. The Nammo G5 violet tip and Lake City M996 purple tip are tungsten AP dim trace that has tungsten and copper front end with IR trace compound in rear. Nammo calls it Mk301 Mod 0 which is so rare they have not been able to come up with a price over at the ammo collectors forum and only have seen one round pop up on an auction site.

Nammo makes the tungsten and copper tipped in 5.56, 7.62×51 and 50 BMG. Its supposedly primarily used by snipers at night. They or their spotter can watch the round all the way to impact or passing target then adjust their dope. If target is wearing armor the 5.56 will defeat most to 100 meters minimum and 7.62 is supposed to defeat NIJ 4 armor to 200 meters. Have cut one sample from all my 7.62 scores and only got compressed copper frangible or solid copper, no 7.62 dim trace AP yet. I sometimes play stuff like this close to my chest but figure if someone here on Files scores some because I shared the info it's good for all rather than like we were doing shooting it at night just for fun thinking it was just what its called "dim trace" not actual ballistic performing ammo you can walk to your target if need.

Any of you get some of the Nammo 7.62 you owe me a round or few. Look for Nammo or CBC headstamp though understand Sellier & Belliot is making a 7.62 and 5.56 version now. Get your department letterhead out, be sneaky or just alert, if just a few of the 7.62 tungsten IR tracer would look nice in my "collection" but 100 or so would look better in magazines...

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While not going to just waste them it's out with the old (till the new run out)...
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And in with the new. Luckily it just took a tenth grain adjustment to tweak the M855 load for M855a1. Notice the case fill, found in many if not most cases if load your slowest powder for velocity goal for a 95% to 98% case fill so get a lightly compressed load they seem to be happier loads. Think a slower burning powder does not accelerate the sabots too fast or upset it's cargo. Some bullets will "slip" in the sabots thus not get spun up to full rpm and a very light contact cement that combination of heat then friction when leaves muzzle will still strip sabot off projectile basically within inches of passing the crown and little plastic flowers pile up about ten feet from shooter and your getting all sabots will allow in accuracy department.

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Once I tweaked my load for M855a1 loaded 150 rounds but since have well over 10,000 new IMI green tip projectiles pulled some 308 cases wife marked "one load left" (usually means maybe two) and put together another 250 M855 sabot loads. While I was lucky and got a fair number of M855a1 pulls when price went from twenty cents to three dollars per pulled projectile can buy loaded M855a1 cheaper than pulled projectiles most of the time. Don't understand people paying $3 per pulled projectile on GunRobber when if look can buy loaded M855a1 for $1.50 per round in cans without a "phone in discount".

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Don't generally carry a magazine of these on my LBE but each LBE has a six magazine mag pouch staged with the kit and if armor up plus grab the bandoleer of spare mags one in it will be loaded with these. At 100 yards these are fairly faster than 5.56 at muzzle and at 250 yards are falling off to about 5.56 muzzle velocity. That is a lot of extra energy when trying to punch that first hole in a good plate or several in a barrier. Also usually have one magazine of M993 7.62×51 armor piercing incendiary on LBE or in mag pouch but at $8 each for pulls, $9 each for commercial reloaded pulls in Lake City brass or $30 each for 1969 headstamp genuine Lake City 7.62 API do not want to send them unless its last option killing overly hard skin zombies.

At $30 per round could give below a try (I haven't as a six pack is $200 to the door) and they make no claim about better penetration than Nammo or Lake City. Say "DOJ Approved" and "burn hotter and brighter" visible upon impact to 600 yards in daylight with a temperature of 3,700° F. Hotter and brighter makes me think shorter burn time and no mention of penetration wonder if they are like some of the Blammo shot shells and gimikky rather than functional. Trying to get some samples to test for my new website but if spending $200 getting 24 USGI/Nammo pulls rather than six "unknowns" if get some and test beyond USGI when burning plates would buy a few packs just in case.

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If it gets really bad with thick skinned zombies or aliens I have some of the below in 338. Nammo does not list 338 Raufoss in their catalog anymore, only in 50 BMG with a 7.62 tungsten penetrator to keep moving through once the incendiary softens target for the high explosive. Carefully disassembling one of my 338 projectiles they appear to have a long 5.56 tungsten penetrator with incendiary compound as only chemical payload. Maybe the rear portion has explosive characteristics at almost 3,000 fps but carefully cutting the jacket with a tubing cutter dead center the "goop" in rear half of the 338 Raufoss seemed to burn just like the "goop" in front half though has slightly different color and texture. They penetrate way more mild steel than a 7.62 tungsten SLAAP did, penetrators in both are about same size but the 338 is running faster and has the HEET helping soften the target for the tungsten.
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Since title of thread is "Items Need to Stock for a Mainland Attack" specialty ammo will be critical if your opposing force is wearing top line LEO/Military only armor or approaching in light armored vehicles. Whether spend the time and money to find and buy "ready made" or gather supplies and put in your "Shake-n-Bake" oven for less expensive thus higher quantity for the dollar options if someone shoots me between shoulders and groin with M80a1 it's going to hurt but will just be blunt force trauma bruise which may really piss me off. Wife and I each have a full NIJ 3 rated helmet and now have four or five SLAAP plates for USGI MICH helmets which take them from Level 3a to beyond Level 3. To thread a shot to face/neck can be hard and to thigh we would bleed out but after using one or two tournequits and taking some morphine would still be dangerous, actually knowing have maybe five to ten minutes left may become more dangerous....
 
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