Rawles' Survival Blog is back up in an attenuated form. Basically like an old style 1980's "bulletin board". I seriously doubt this was the work of some demented Nibelung. It strikes me as being fairly sophisticated, and there are plenty of left wing organizations out there who have a documented history of pursuing the destruction of those they deem to be "enemies" by any means, fair or foul. As I recall, Rawles was recently pilloried by one of those little cabals.
Having had a minor accident while taking out some tree limbs near the main house, I'm not in 100% condition though I am getting back up to snuff rapidly. I got one of the little SKS "paratroopers" out of deep storage, and will use it while meandering around outside in lieu of the AK47 I usually take out. Much lighter and less cumbersome.
In the late 1980's and early to mid 1990's, I bought a considerable amount of ammunition in wooden crates containing spam cans of ammo. That's very difficult to find these days but in that time period it was plentiful and cheap. One of the items I bought was a full case of Yugoslavian 7.62X39. It is full metal jacket, brass cased, non-corrosive and Berdan primed, (hence non-reloadable). It all came on stripper clips, ten rounds to the clip, so I can carry a few of those to off set the fact that the SKS has a ten round magazine and the AK47 uses 30 round detachable mags. I never load those with more than 20 rounds at a time anyway.
Although we have many types of predatory animals , from the bear to the panther, I've never had a real problem with any of them in all the years I've lived here. I have had , on the other hand, a few run in's with the two legged type of unwelcome guest out in the woods. It just pays to have some defensive capability to hand if you are working around the place in a setting like this one. The demonstrated capability to protect yourself encourages potential aggressors to move on down the trail.