One Second After - William R. Forstchen

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Catweazle wrote: Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:17 am I reckon my radios inside the filing cabinet inside the shipping container will survive, but perhaps I'll put them in a biscuit tin just to be sure.
Don't forget wrapping it in tinfoil, to be sure to be sure to be sure...
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Catweazle wrote: Fri Apr 30, 2021 12:17 am I reckon my radios inside the filing cabinet inside the shipping container will survive, but perhaps I'll put them in a biscuit tin just to be sure.
I would to be sure.
A shipping container should be reasonably EMP resistant, provided that the doors are shut at the time of the attack. Unfortunately if a shipping container is used for storage and perhaps also as a workshop there is a significant chance that the doors will be open at the moment of attack.
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