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Old 05-28-2013, 02:52 AM   #1
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I want to know what you guys keep in your go or bug out bags. This was sparked by another thread of mine but I think it would awesome to know and see what y'all have. 1...2...3...GO

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Old 05-28-2013, 03:09 AM   #2
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Ah, I would love to post it, but I can't at the moment. Maybe later

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Ah, I would love to post it, but I can't at the moment. Maybe later
Oh man why not
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My BOB has the following items

# sunscreen
# flip flops
# bikini
# sunglasses
# beach towel
# lots of cash for the Tiki bar
# binoculars (to see cute guys that are far away)
# waterproof eyeliner
# SR40, with xtra mags and ammo
# book to read
# Map (with backroads marked)

If things get bad here, im going to Panama City Beach..........

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I don't have a "go" bag or a BOB. However, as my office is 65 miles away from where I live, I have a "get home" bag. I'm can't remember everything in there; however, the main items are:

First aid kit
PSK
Fire starting kit
Cold Steel SRK OR Blackjack Model 5 (depending on if we're talking my car bag or my truck bag.
Gerber OR Leatherman multi-tool.
Wind-up flashlight/radio combo
Mini Mag Lite
Mylar survival blanket
Survival Tarp
Life Straw water filter
Large metal cup
Plastic water bottle
Coffee filters
Plastic zip lok bags
Rope
Insect Repellant
Sun screen
Wire
Fencing pliers
Leather gloves
Bandana
Some more misc. stuff.

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I have decided that in my situation I am bound to have enough time to put together a bag at the last hour. I am a prepper, in general, and so have everything I could need (within reason). I'll just pack it if Mt. Hood decides to start fuming.

I plan on bugging IN with my family. It is much safer here than up in the mountains or something.

In my opinion, survival is much more about a mindset and a lifestyle than a comprehensive list of gear.

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It's late. I will try to post tomorrow or Wednesday, when I have time.
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My BOB has the following items

# sunscreen
# flip flops
# bikini
# sunglasses
# beach towel
# lots of cash for the Tiki bar
# binoculars (to see cute guys that are far away)
# waterproof eyeliner
# SR40, with xtra mags and ammo
# book to read
# Map (with backroads marked)

If things get bad here, im going to Panama City Beach..........
Ha ha wow just wow. Nice but wow... I can't say I don't like it because your survival plan is awesome
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I don't have a "go" bag or a BOB. However, as my office is 65 miles away from where I live, I have a "get home" bag. I'm can't remember everything in there; however, the main items are:

First aid kit
PSK
Fire starting kit
Cold Steel SRK OR Blackjack Model 5 (depending on if we're talking my car bag or my truck bag.
Gerber OR Leatherman multi-tool.
Wind-up flashlight/radio combo
Mini Mag Lite
Mylar survival blanket
Survival Tarp
Life Straw water filter
Large metal cup
Plastic water bottle
Coffee filters
Plastic zip lok bags
Rope
Insect Repellant
Sun screen
Wire
Fencing pliers
Leather gloves
Bandana
Some more misc. stuff.
A very comprehensive collection sir. I to have a life straw and its awesome. Easy to clean and has actually worked for me in the past. Even though it wasn't a survival situation I was just testing it .
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I have decided that in my situation I am bound to have enough time to put together a bag at the last hour. I am a prepper, in general, and so have everything I could need (within reason). I'll just pack it if Mt. Hood decides to start fuming.

I plan on bugging IN with my family. It is much safer here than up in the mountains or something.

In my opinion, survival is much more about a mindset and a lifestyle than a comprehensive list of gear.
You are right sir. I believe your mindset and know how and it training is the key to staying alive. The gear is more for saving energy and being more efficient at daily task. Survival is one of the things I advise on an let me tell you that a man with a plan is a man with a brain. You always have to consider the most primary needs you have. You can live roughly 11 days without food maybe even 14 but water and morale are two of the three most important things. I like your answer sir
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