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  1. Online Version | Forward to a Friend | Unsubscribe 21 Hot New Long Guns for 2021 As firearms continue to sell at record pace, manufacturers are struggling to keep up with demand for existing models. Nonetheless, innovation continues. We are seeing introductions of MRDS-ready, striker-fired, polymer-frame pistols, including higher-capacity micro-9s. Read More Swarm Maxxim Now Available With Second Generation 10X Quick Shot Technology The new Gamo Swarm Maxxim GEN2 is the most-advanced, fastest-shooting multi-shot breakbarrel you can buy for less than $200. A perfect air rifle for small game hunting, backyard target shooting and pest control, the Swarm Maxxim GEN2 is available through www.gamousa.com and other airgun outlets. All-New Savage Backcountry Xtreme Series Purpose-built rifles for specific applications. 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  2. Dann nächster Versuch, diesmal auf 100kb verkleinert
  3. Kommt auf die Lage an. Die Lüneburger z.B. leisten sich eine Einmotorige mit Pilot wegen Wald-und Heidebrand. Feuermelder-Kameras sind zwar sehr effektiv , können aber die FW nicht auf die noch freien Wege zum Brand weisen. Wir am Elbdeich haben eigene Züge für den Deichschutz, voll ausgerüstet. Und die Gemeinden stellen , zusammen mit den Deichverbänden, Gebäude zur Lagerung von Säcken und Füllmaschinen, sowie Mieten mit Sand, alle paar Kilometer zur Verfügung. Die Flut von 1962 steckt hier noch allen in den Genen.
  4. Ich auch, Elbe in 100m Entfernung.
  5. Äh.. doch. Kommune und Land haben die Fachaufsicht, aber keine von denen ist an der "Front". Das ist die Feuerwehr. Die koordinieren bei uns den Einsatz der Ressourcen. Männer und Material.
  6. Träger des KatSchutzes ist die Feuerwehr. Die könnte schon ordentlich Druck aufbauen. (pun intended) . Die müssen ja auch irgendwo ihr Wasser her bekommen. Ist natürlich bei den WBV (Wasser Beschaffungs Verbänden) unbeliebt, kostet Geld. Aber, wie gesagt, Druck hilft.
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  8. Die meisten Brände entstehen, wenn irgendein Besoffski bei offener Flamme (Kerze, Kippe) einschläft. Dazu noch ein Gaskocher mit Fett in der Pfanne. Und wieviele der Illigals kennen ein Linksgewinde? Ich sehe der eher schwarz (pun intended).
  9. Und selbst wenn jemand so einen Kocher hat muß er auch damit umgehen können. Die Flamme springt dann schon vor der Cook-Off Temperatur über. Und Wasser zum löschen gibt es nach 48 Stunden nicht mehr.
  10. Wahrscheinlich sogar kein Bw Fahrzeug. Der Landrat mietet dann zivile Transportkapazität an. Bezahlen muß er sowieso, es sei denn er benötigt Transportkapazität GL. Das gleiche gilt für Personentransport. Oder Trinkwasser.
  11. Ja, ja , erzählt mal. Ich habe solche Lagen als Vertreter des KVK im KatStab meines Landkreises mitgemacht. Da sitzen alle Blaulichkräfte in ihren Zellen. UNSERE Wasserwerke haben Aggregate, allerdings nur begrenzten Treibstoff. Die Polizei schützt Tankstellen, aus denen sich dann die anderen Blaulichtkräfte bedienen. Bw Tankwagen leisten Amtshilfe zum Transport in Krankenhäuser.
  12. Und geschützt werden die Tankstellen durch die Polizei. Ebenso die Transporte zu den Notstromern in den Krankenhäusern.
  13. Die Wasserwerke haben Notstrom Aggregate.
  14. Dann hole ich sie ins Haus. Das mache ich selbst im Sommer. Ich lasse doch so eine wertvolle Resource nicht unbewacht draußen stehen.
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