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There are lot of rifles that shoot the 7.62X39 round, but I deiced against giving them their own spot in the top 5. Ruger mini-30 – might be a nice rifle, but its just too expensive to justify the cost. In just about any state in the lower 48 states, the 30-30 has enough power put meat on the table. Another thing that the Marlin 30-30 brings to the table, it has lower recoil then say the 30-06. On the flip side of the coin, if you need a semi-automatic rifle with detachable magazines for an urban survival situation, the Remington 750 can take care of that as well.
In the family of semi-automatic 308 rifles, I think it boils down to if you want a military looking rifle, or a civilian looking rifle. Whether you need a rifle to take grizzly bear, or small game, the Remington model 700 is designed to take care of business. Also, some states do not allow people to hunt deer sized game with anything smaller then a 243 (check your local regulations). From a survivalist point of view, the mini-14 and mini-30 rifles are just not worth the cost. Some of the nice things about the Weatherby Vanguard, it comes in a variety of calibers, it has a synthetic stock, and a heavier barrel then some of the other rifles on the market. Marlin Model 60 – an outstanding 22 rifle, but being tube fed makes it slow on the reloading. Pistol calibers in a rifle – a lot of survivalist consider a pistol and rifle that can use the same ammo the ultimate setup. While pistol rounds might be fine and dandy for up close and personal work, they lack the energy for long distance shots – say anything over 75 yards. Kevin Felts was born and raised in southeast Texas, graduated from Bridge City high school Bridge City Texas, and attended Lamar College in Port Arthur Texas. Hobbies include fishing, hiking, hunting, blogging, sharing his politically incorrect opinion, video blogging on youtube, survivalism and spending time with his family.

Here are some of our favorites, including those below ejector seats, some nicely designed kits from Japan and at Target, and those that we thought had interesting components. Ejector seats in the air force (and here NASA) contain a full survival kit including inflatable boat. If you live in Alaska, your rifle needs are going to be a lot different then someone that lives in the Southern states. We loaded up an aluminum boat and headed out to one of the bayous close to Bridge City, Texas – this was sometime around 1984 or 1985. The 22 long rifle is cheap, easy to stockpile, does not have a loud report, easy to carry and has plenty of power to take small game – like the nutria rat. Its the effective stopping power of the 7.62X39 round (which is just slightly less powerful then the 30-30), the reliability of the AK47 design, and the vast number of modifications that puts this rifle at #2. Since the 30-30 has a reputation of being a great deer caliber, then why shouldn’t the 7.72X39 be right there with it? Unlike aluminum magazines, the steel magazines of the AK47 must be oiled before long term storage. I (Kevin) owned a Ruger mini-30, and I could not justify buying 1 Mini-30, when I could have bought 2 Ak-47s for the same price. Its the reliability of the Marlin 30-30, mixed with the effectiveness of the 30-30 Winchester that puts this rifle at #3. Its the wide variety of calibers, detachable magazines and being semi-automatic that put this rifle at #4.
With magazines in the $1 – $5 price range, its easy to stockpile plenty of PTR-91 magazines. Its the wide range of calibers, simplicity of design, and accuracy that puts this rifle at #5.
Its not that they are a bad choice, or a poor design and its nothing personal against the rifles that were not listed. The problems with the mini 14 and mini-30 family – they are expensive, and the magazines can be expensive. I could buy 4 used Mossberg model 500s for $700, or 1 mini-14 or 1 mini-30 for $700 – $800.
The Vanguard is supposed to be developed by Howa, and is an under valued rifle in the survivalist lineup.
There are people out there that like tube fed rifles over magazine rifles – which is fine and I can respect that. Whether your in an urban survival situation or hunting some of the local wild game, try to pick a rifle that can serve both roles.

We will add to this list over time, send us suggestions of genuinely interesting or unusual, non-gimmick kits. Its doubtful someone living in southern Florida is going to be running in Grizzly bears, like someone in someone in the Northern States might. With prices ranging from $12 – $20 for a brick of 550 rounds, for people on a budget, the 22 long rifle is going to be a tough round to beat.
The above list tried to address the rifles that might fill a wide range of needs in a survival situation.
For the price of 1 mini-14 or mini-30, you could buy 2 AK47s or 2 SKS, or maybe even 2 Marlin 30-30s. Costing less then the Remington Model 700, the Weatherby Vanguard is attractive to a lot of shooters that are on a budget.
While the 22 magnum does have a advantage over the 22 long rifle, its not like comparing the 243 and 30-06. While the 357 magnum has plenty of energy to take deer sized game at close ranges, most people stockpiling ammo for some kind of SHTF situation usually stock 9mm, 45acp or 40S&W.
If you live in Colorado, or Washington state you might be hunting elk or moose, while people in Louisiana, Alabama or Mississippi might be hunting whitetail deer or wild hogs.
If your going to spend $300 on a rifle, would you rather buy American made or Communist made? If you want to stockpile magazines at your bug out location, it can get a little expensive. They might buy a 30-06 for the adult male, a couple of SKSs or AK47s, a 22 long rifle, and a couple of shotguns,,,,. Allen and I got in the aluminum boat we had used to reach the camping spot, and paddled across the bayou to retrieve the animal. We skinned the nutria rat and brought it back to the camping spot where it was roasted over a camp fire and eaten.
Limiting your weapon and ammo selection to just a couple of firearms frees up resources for other projects. Instead of having to test fire 3 or 4 rifles, with several different types of ammo,,,, just test 1 or 2 rifles with a couple of different loads.

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