Frequently Asked Questions

Q?Is 5.56mm safe in my .223 Remington?
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Well the way I understand it is this way. Look at your barrel they normally stamp the chamber on it. so if it states something like .223 and nato 5.56, .223-5.56 or .223 and nato 5.56 your good to go. If they have .223 and nothing else then take caution cause it is not designed to fire the hotter load. I know there are some out there that say it is okay. you know they call him “lucky” or old “3 fingers” or “lefty” or “righty” whatever cute name they give the morons that ignore manufacture specs. Anyway there are also rifles that may not have it stamped such as the Ruger mini-14,  then check with the manufacture and it is designed to handle this hotter round. However, as always I recommend that you do you own research and don’t just take mine nor “lucky 3 fingers” word for it. So that s the short version of it, and here is the long-winded version of it.  Amazing, someone has a longer winded version than me? I know, Right? Her it is copied straight from the pages of the cheaper than dirt website. Read full article here.

Q?When is the time I should start to prepare?
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A better question is What in the world are you Waiting on? Preparation is a life style not an event, but if it is an event that you need look around see anything Kookie out there?  Let me ask you another question Are you live in or around any of the top 120 cities at risk for NBC attack? Nuclear, Biological and Chemical well that about covers it! Source: U.S. Army’s Domestic Preparedness.

Q?What should be in my 72 hour bag?
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I suggest you read this article  Hey Buddy Whats in the Bag? Then decide for yourself as it is your bag after all.

Q?What should I prepare for?
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