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The great financial collapse may be covered over by the coming Syrian conflict which is an obvious ruse. While Conspiracy Cafe deals with the geo-political issues, we can't leave you on your own. There may be questions you have about the issues of the day. If you've been with us a long time, remember our Christmas special on surviving a nuclear calamity. If the unthinkable ever happened, you'd have to be everything. Co-operation is the key. We pray we never get to that point. 
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DON'T FORGET YOUR RADIO 444.175 IS A HAM EMERGENCY FREQUENCY. IMPORTANT MESSAGES WILL BE BROADCAST OVER A LARGE AREA.

"But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the Faith and is worse than an unbeliever." 1 Timothy 5:8



Bugging out was even spoken of in the days of Noah. Preparation was clearly understood. The birds did it. The bees did it. What's stopping you? 


 
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  • Model 71 Winchester in 348 caliber
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 12, 2020 at 3:25 PM
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    The Winchester Model 71 was a lever-action rifle introduced in 1935 and discontinued in 1958.


    A slightly modified version of the Browning designed Winchester Model 1886, it was only chambered for the .348 Winchester round; except for an extremely rare .45-70 Government and .33 WCF. It was also (other than 400 rifles chambered for the .348 in the Cimarron 1885 Hi-Wall in 2005-06) the only firearm that ever used that cartridge. The Model 71 was conceived as a replacement for both the Model 1886 and Model 1895 as a complement to the Winchester Model 70 bolt-action rifle and to replace a raft of cartridges (the .33 Winchester, the .45-70, the .35 Winchester, and the .405 Winchester) with just one (the .348 Winchester). The rifle and cartridge were very effective against any North American big game in heavy timber, including the great bears, if using the 250-grain (16 g) bullet. It was once very popular for hunting in Canada and Alaska.

    Unfortunately, economics caused the rifle to be very expensive, and with less costly lever action rifles available in common and fairly powerful rounds such as .35 Remington, and the growing popularity of cheap bolt-actions in military and Magnum chamberings, the Winchester 71 with its excellent but unique cartridge was destined for commercial oblivion. The .348 was also the only 34 caliber cartridge ever made by an American manufacturer and essentially the first short magnum cartridge, making it a little problematic for handloaders, as there was never a wide selection of 34 caliber bullets.

    Cartridges of the World remarks that factory ammunition was available in 150, 200 and 250-grain (16 g) weights. Only the 200-grain (13 g) weight is still available in factory ammunition.

    Browning re-issued the Model 71 as a limited edition in the mid 1980s. The Winchester and Browning versions showed very high degrees of craftsmanship.

    As of August, 2013, the Winchester Repeating Arms website again lists model 71s as available, new from the factory.


    The Winchester Model 71 still has a loyal following for what is arguably "the finest big bore lever gun that has ever been" as well as being used as a strong and solid platform for various 'wildcat' projects.

  • Jimmy Doherty's Escape to the Wild S02 -...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on September 17, 2020 at 7:57 PM
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    Escape to the Wild is a British television series produced by Optomen television and broadcast on Channel 4. It was originally titled, Kevin McCloud's Escape to the Wild, with Kevin McCloud as the presenter who follows British families who have given up their urban lives in the UK for a new one in remote destinations around the world. With McCloud's departure, the name has been shortened to Escape to the Wild.

    1 "Indonesia" 2 February 2017


  • CDC Children's Sleepover at Camp FEMA as...
    by George Freund on September 9, 2020 at 2:39 PM
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    SEP 9

    CDC Children's Sleepover at Camp FEMA as easy as ABC.

    On today’s broadcast:

    Today’s story is once again brought to you courtesy of the Orwellian FREAKSHOW we call our Government. They have once again stooped to a new level of depravity to bring you the FEMA sleepover…well, if your child happens to be in the middle of an emergency (aka diagnosed with Covid-19 at school). Don’t take our word for it; just follow along as we show you the EXACT guidance they just issued on how you need to prepare to be “separated” from your child…

    God Speed and God Bless,

    Justus Knight


  • How It Went Down - 7 Dire Warnings from ...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on September 5, 2020 at 1:51 PM
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    Return of the Brown Shirts? US Federal and State Governments to Hire Contact Tracers to 'Hunt Down' New Covid-19 Cases

    This is the most chilling analysis I've heard on the crisis we face. I'd have to say it is the most accurate worst case scenario you'll find unclassified. 

  • Double Action Revolvers of the Old West
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 22, 2020 at 7:59 PM
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    In this video we'll look at three of the most popular double action revolvers on the western frontier; the Colt 1877, the Colt model 1878 and the Smith & Wesson Frontier Double Action Revolver.


    The Colt M1877 was a double-action revolver manufactured by Colt's Patent Fire Arms from January 1877 to 1909 for a total of 166,849 revolvers. The Model 1877 was offered in three calibers, which lent them three unofficial names: the "Lightning", the "Thunderer", and the "Rainmaker". The principal difference between the models was the cartridge in which they were chambered: the "Lightning" being chambered in .38 Long Colt; the "Thunderer" in .41 Colt. Both models had a six-round ammunition capacity. An earlier model in .32 Colt known as the "Rainmaker" was offered in 1877.


    The Colt M1878 is a double-action revolver that was manufactured by Colt's Manufacturing Company from 1878 to 1907. It is often referred to as the "Frontier" or the "Double Action Army" revolver. A total of 51,210 Model 1878 revolvers were manufactured from 1878 to 1907, including 4,600 for the US Ordnance Department. These are known as the "Philippine" or "Alaskan" models.


    Smith & Wesson’s .44 Double Action First Model revolver seems to be one of that company’s more neglected designs. It tends to be overlooked as it came between the vaunted No. 3 SA and various Hand Ejector Models. The primary chambering was .44 Russian, of which 53,590 were made between 1881 and 1913. Some 15,340 “Frontier” models were also produced, as was a .38-40 Win. Those guns were numbered in individual ranges and are basically considered separate models. All frames were made prior to 1899. Some rare chamberings, such as .38 S&W, .38 Colt and .38-44 Gallery, may be encountered, but they are extremely rare. The First Models continued to be listed in catalogs for a number of years after their production ceased to clear out old stock.

    NEVER HAVE A LOADED ROUND UNDER THE HAMMER. There is no hammer safety. 

  • Escape to the Wild EP 4 Sweden
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 19, 2020 at 4:34 PM
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    Escape to the Wild is a British television series produced by Optomen television and broadcast on Channel 4. It was originally titled, Kevin McCloud's Escape to the Wild, with Kevin McCloud as the presenter who follows British families who have given up their urban lives in the UK for a new one in remote destinations around the world. With McCloud's departure, the name has been shortened to Escape to the Wild.


    4 "Sweden" 29 June 2015

    Kevin heads for the Arctic Circle to meet Richard and Claire, who live in a cabin in the snow-covered forests of north Sweden, where sometimes simply surviving is a challenge Scenes of animal butchery


  • HEADS UP, Rural America! Elements are He...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 10, 2020 at 8:34 PM
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    Rex exposed their operational blueprint for small towns. It is beyond time to seriously get organized in your small communities! It is your civic duty to protect your family and homes! Do NOT abandon your post!

  • Escape to the Wild S1 Ep3 BELIZE
    by George Freund on February 16, 2020 at 10:30 AM
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    Escape to the Wild is a British television series produced by Optomen television and broadcast on Channel 4. It was originally titled, Kevin McCloud's Escape to the Wild, with Kevin McCloud as the presenter who follows British families who have given up their urban lives in the UK for a new one in remote destinations around the world. With McCloud's departure, the name has been shortened to Escape to the Wild.


    Air date: June 22, 2015

    Kevin travels to Central America to meet British family-of-five the Atkinsons, who have quit London to live a simpler existence in the jungles of Belize.

    One of the primary reasons to escape to Belize is limited extradition treaties. I Kevin Kevin felt the energy. 

  • Forgotten Weapons No5 MkI Enfield Jungle...
    by George Freund on February 10, 2020 at 7:37 PM
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    The No.5 MkI Enfield, commonly called the "jungle carbine" is nearly the shortest-lived rifle in British military service. Introduced in 1944, they were declared obsolete in 1947 as the result of insoluble accuracy problems. The guns were originally developed from regular No4 Enfield rifles with the goal of producing a shorter and lighter variant for paratroops. This was done by shortening the barrel, adding a flash hider, and making lightening cuts in several places on the barrel and receiver (which were the cause of the problems that doomed the gun).

    Not all No.5 rifles produced developed problems, and they were certainly handier than the regular Enfield rifles. They are noted for kicking harder, of course, and this is not really helped by the narrow rubber buttpad they came with (most of which are nice and hard today).


    The Rifle No. 5 Mk I, was a derivative of the British Lee–Enfield No. 4 Mk I, designed in response to a requirement for a shorter, lighter, rifle for airborne forces in Europe. However most of its operational use was in post-war colonial campaigns such as the Malayan emergency - where it gained its common nickname of the "Jungle Carbine".

    Production began in March 1944, and finished in December 1947.

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  • Why are Lee Enfields fast
    by George Freund on February 10, 2020 at 7:25 PM
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    The Lee-Enfield is a bolt-action, magazine-fed, repeating rifle that served as the main firearm used by the military forces of the British Empire and Commonwealth during the first half of the 20th century. It was the British Army's standard rifle from its official adoption in 1895 until 1957. The WWI versions are often referred to as the "SMLE", which is short for the common "Short, Magazine Lee?Enfield" variant.

    A redesign of the Lee–Metford (adopted by the British Army in 1888), the Lee–Enfield superseded the earlier Martini–Henry, Martini–Enfield, and Lee–Metford rifles. It featured a ten-round box magazine which was loaded with the .303 British cartridge manually from the top, either one round at a time or by means of five-round chargers. The Lee–Enfield was the standard issue weapon to rifle companies of the British Army and other Commonwealth nations in both the First and Second World Wars (these Commonwealth nations included Australia, New Zealand, Canada, India and South Africa, among others). Although officially replaced in the UK with the L1A1 SLR in 1957, it remained in widespread British service until the early/mid-1960s and the 7.62 mm L42A1 sniper variant remained in service until the 1990s. As a standard-issue infantry rifle, it is still found in service in the armed forces of some Commonwealth nations,[13] notably with the Bangladesh Police, which makes it the second longest-serving military bolt-action rifle still in official service, after the Mosin–Nagant (Mosin-Nagant receivers are used in the Finnish 7.62 Tkiv 85).[ The Canadian Rangers unit still use Enfield rifles, with plans to replace the weapons sometime in 2017–2018 with the new Sako-designed Colt Canada C19. Total production of all Lee–Enfields is estimated at over 17 million rifles.

    The Lee–Enfield takes its name from the designer of the rifle's bolt system—James Paris Lee—and the factory in which it was designed—the Royal Small Arms Factory in Enfield.

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    Very Fast Mad Minute from a SMLE- 10 Shots in 6.5 Seconds

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rFYZHLuxXZ8

  • Escape to the Wild S01 - Ep02 Chile
    by George Freund on January 19, 2020 at 9:34 PM
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    Escape to the Wild is a British television series produced by Optomen television and broadcast on Channel 4. It was originally titled, Kevin McCloud's Escape to the Wild, with Kevin McCloud as the presenter who follows British families who have given up their urban lives in the UK for a new one in remote destinations around the world. With McCloud's departure, the name has been shortened to Escape to the Wild.

    Meet the IT worker and the lawyer who got so sick of the rat race they took their three children to live in a mud house in the shadow of an active volcano in the Andes


  • Escape To The Wild S01 E01
    by George Freund on December 1, 2019 at 8:44 AM
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    DIRECT LINK:

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6nzwi4

    Escape to the Wild is a British television series produced by Optomen television and broadcast on Channel 4. It was originally titled, Kevin McCloud's Escape to the Wild, with Kevin McCloud as the presenter who follows British families who have given up their urban lives in the UK for a new one in remote destinations around the world. With McCloud's departure, the name has been shortened to Escape to the Wild.


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