Hmm. Dang. You're just dead weight to us.
I hate to break it to you but your gun skills are a dime-a-dozen, and without some supplemental skills, you are not hirable.
In reality, the basic survival skills that revolve around the gun, hunting, and general protection are a quick fix. Way too many folks are already walking around with plenty of firearm skills that are plenty good for most survival situations. Even surgeons, mechanics, engineers, and intellectuals of all stripes. In fact, some of my hunting buddies are both medical doctors (most with valuable specialities including cardiac surgery, podiatry and internal medicine) and extremely experienced hunters with worldly experience including their stints and training in military.
So if you think you can walk in to a World 2.0 with nothing more than your menial skills, having listened to a bunch of podcasts, and some serious range time, you can forget entry into any survival compound worth joining. Sorry, but you will just be more dead weight that needs care and feeding.
So, in the interest of reaching to the future, I suggest any of the following skills to add to your quiver of usefulness. Here's 10 for the road....
1. Medical experience, whether advanced first aid, EMT, nursing, midwifery or M.D.
2. Engineering. Or carpenter skills at the minimum. Mechanical engineering would be a nice asset as well.
3. Hydrology. Water management, filtering, and general water chemistry.
4. Farming, gardening, and food storage.
5. Plumbing and sewage management.
6. Energy production, transfer and storage.
7. Community leadership, public relations, and progressive political thought.
8. Constitutional law, legal logic, and practical current events knowledge.
9. Teaching, writing, and child care.
10. Finally, each successful survival group will have a spiritual leader. Whether conventional religion, or new 21st interpretations of what is good and right, everyone will need public guidance in the spiritual realm. Not the hate-filled stuff of today, but a positive message that will make the world a better place in the future.
So with little more to say, I hope you noticed that firearm expertise did not make the list if essential skills. In order to have value in the future, you must diversify your skillset. Guns alone will not make the cut. Guns are fun, yes, but true survival involves more than guns. And without more lines of skill on your resume than just guns, forget entry into future communities.
Why? Well, as noted before, gun knowledge is a dime-a-dozen. So move on down the road if that's all you've got to offer the community.