TEOTWAWKI has come and gone. You have been hunkered down in your retreat for a couple months as the cities burned and the human locusts ravaged the countryside. You have been lucky so far, whether by blind luck or faith you cannot say.
You and your regular squad are out on patrol. You are definitely within the retreat’s area of influence – say a 1/2 mile away as the crow flies. While crossing a large, open area multiple shooters fire off at least a dozen rounds between them.If your a suburban prepper, you were crossing a wide boulevard or park, if your retreat is in the sticks, then you were crossing a large field or meadow.
After hitting the deck and scrambling for cover, you verify no one is hit. You know that it is at least two shooters, and they are pretty far away – 400 to 600 yards. As one of your team pokes their head out to scramble for better cover another staccato of shots ring out, with bullets hitting about 30 feet away.
They seem to be firing from the same spot, a brushy wood line, as before. Muzzle flashes as they shoot at a nearby stone wall (or abandoned car) confirms their location. Any attempt at verbal communication results in 2-10 shots being fired.
What do you do?
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