If I HAD to leave?
My A-2 AR with two different rounds (one for defense, one for game)
My Remington 870
My Ruger 10/22
I already have a b.o.b. with enough to sustain me for a while.
Thing is, I would end up being mounted cavalry. I have a slick set up for the horses to be able to bug out and be well supplied and armed for an unspecified amount of time.
If I were to stay put, I (with the aid of my neighbors and friends) will own this particular piece of the valley. My neighbor to the north is a deputy and my neighbor to the south is a paramedic. We all agree that being prepared is what allows you to live well even if being cut off from society. To that extent we have formed what I could only describe as a survival co-op. Generators, animals, guns, ammo, huge gardens, wives who like canning everything from fruit to meat, guns, ammo, chickens, water supplies, plenty of game, and did I mention.......guns!
Staying put is the best option for me as it allows me acces to my arsenal that consists of some pretty sick large bore bolt action stuff and a nice collection of AR's. Not to mention the shotguns and the big bore muzzle loaders. I have a blunderbuss that is really good at shooting a handful of cut nails. At close range, you dont need more than one shot!!
So it is here in the Chenango river valley that I will stake my claim and build my castle. It is here that I will defend to my last breath!
"Who are the militia? Are they not ourselves. Congress have no power to disarm the militia. Their swords, and every other terrible implement of the soldier, are the birth-right of an American...(T)he unlimited power of the sword is not in the hands of either the federal or state governments, but, where I trust in God it will ever remain, in the hands of the people." (Tench Coxe, Freeman's Journal, 20 Feb 1778)