Time to take out your rifles, pistols, and associated equipment and kit and clean, lubricate, re-size from winter wear to temperate/hot wear sizing, and generally get your kit together for warm weather Neighborhood Protection Team ops as appropriate. While you are at it, do some comm checks with your radios, whichever type you have, and ensure all your batteries are charged and spares are also loaded in your kit. If you don't have one yet, get a Ham Technician's license. It lets you practice before SHTF with other hams, and gets you to be a known entity on their net. They will feed you info they come across if they know you. It's worth the time and money. If you haven't already, go to AmRRON and learn (and join). Freshen the edge on all your edged weapons/tools. Re-apply Camp Dry to anything and everything made of cordura or rip stop NYCO. If you wear leather boots, make SURE they're waterproofed as much as you can. Check on the condition of your face pa
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