Shocking collection of knives too. Even a couple real swords. He's a weird guy
He sounds like the kind of weird that's rather compatible with my own variety, lol.
And places like his are another reason to learn 'primitive' bushcraft because you may have noticed I did not include any firearms in my short list, and that is because with certain training it is not hard at all to obtain whatever caliber the guy in the fort has. Or the whole fort for that matter, but I have no use for fixed-position base camps (too risky IMO). Not all fortified survivalist bunkers will be easy pickings, but the vast majority of them will be even if the owner is ex-military (depends on the actual experience, were they regular infantry or spec-ops?). It's almost but not quite funny how much some people rely on firearms or think that just because they have a few and lots of ammo that they're somehow safe or immune to being overrun.
In some circumstances, guns and ammo are merely excess weight slowing you down and ultimately getting you killed by the guy with better bush skills, sort of like how a few Apaches under Geronimo fought both the Mexican Army and the U.S. Cavalry at the same time (while bringing along all of their extended families, too). When asked about it later, Geronimo was reported to have said that they fought the Mexicans with rocks (mostly large ones rolled off mountains as columns of soldiers advanced) and saved their bullets for the Cavalry. It's often under-appreciated that Geronimo and his band never lost, they accidentally surrendered under false pretenses (in the typical fashion of the time). So IMO, guns are handy tools but are not substitutes for knowledge; with knowledge one can obtain guns easily but just having guns won't help increase anyone's knowledge.