Was talking to someone earlier and the topic came up of what skills we had that would be marketable in a post SHTF world. I got to thinking that there are so many skills that are easy to learn and most here would likely have at least some. So I was wondering what all skills anyone has or is working on gaining/learning that would be marketable in a post SHTF world, not just huge fancy stuff but smaller stuff as well. To get things rolling here are my partial lists off the top of my head. present; butchering minor gunsmithing construction includeing rouph primitive hunting security soap makeing tanning leather laundry without a machine sewing/mending/tailoring cooking without boxes or nuker even gardening raising meat animals knife makeing/blacksmithing market fishing basic net makeing basic trap makeing rope handleing/rigging basic ammo reloading (only with provided components) highly ingenuitive for makeing available materials acomplish needs (McGuiverisms/hillbilly ingenuity) candle makeing (wax or tallow) grunt labor/strong back BASIC knowledge on steam power skills Im working on gaining; full gun smithing learn chemistry to create reloading components improve soap makeing more herbal medicine knowledge with NATIVE plants improve knowledge/ability at cureing meats for long storage w/o refridgeration improve ability to blacksmith (gather tools) So what are some of the things you know how to do that not every sheeple dose that might benifit you or others if we all of a suden took a 100 year jump back in time?