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Old 02-02-2008, 11:19 PM   #11
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My fiance and I have bug out bags, mainly used for camping, she carries the ligh stuff, I carry the heavy stuff. My bag:

-12g Ammo, .38 Ammo, 30-06 Ammo
-.38 Spc
-Radio
-Fire Starter Kit
-Flare Gun
-Extra Clothes
-Sleeping Bag
-Pup Tent
-MREs

-Mossberg 590
-Winchester Model 70

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Old 04-21-2008, 06:02 PM   #12
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Diamond wire mesh. About $1.50 a ft, from the local hardware store. A -3ft section can be laid over rocks for a grill or stove. Magnifying glass for fire staring. ( Leafs & kindle ) Water containers. Hand crank light / radio. DP knife / compass. Fishing hooks & line. Hooch. ( 2 man tent / shelter half ) Sleeping bag. Binoculars.Vise grips , screw driver set. Socks. Comm gear , batteries. ( Solar charger would be better.)

Family & children complicate things considerably. I hope it isn't needed. Short of Nuclear fallout, I wouldn't leave home.

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Old 05-05-2008, 02:43 AM   #13
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My Bug out pack-

Large Frame Pack-
Water
Food
Camelback
Wool blanket
200 Ft of 550 Paracord
Gerber Saw/Machete
-40* Elk Hunter Sleeping Bag (Very, very warm)
Ammo

Mt Gunnison Day Pack-
Ammo
Knife
First Aid
Paracord
Food
Water
.38 Snubnose
Flashlight

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Old 05-06-2008, 09:42 PM   #14
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hello !

i have also a bag every where i go.

at my bag is:

bottle of wather (3 ltr.)
food
an knife (with any help tools)
a first aid box
and a sleep bag


I must apologize for my bad English, because I come from Germany.


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Welcome, 9x19. Your English is much better than my German!

What goes into your bag should depend on where you spend most of your time. If you are in an urban area, I would include a bandanna to wrap over your nose and mouth in case you are walking through an area where there is smoke or dust. Also, include a bright LED flashlight.

If you might be in a rural area, include matches or a lighter so you can build a fire.

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Welcome, 9x19. Your English is much better than my German!

What goes into your bag should depend on where you spend most of your time. If you are in an urban area, I would include a bandanna to wrap over your nose and mouth in case you are walking through an area where there is smoke or dust. Also, include a bright LED flashlight.

If you might be in a rural area, include matches or a lighter so you can build a fire.
hi !!

thanks, i hope everybody understand me.

yes, a led flashlight - i have forget it, but at the bag are two and to my key is a (little) flashlight too.


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Welcome, 9x19. Your English is much better than my German!

What goes into your bag should depend on where you spend most of your time. If you are in an urban area, I would include a bandanna to wrap over your nose and mouth in case you are walking through an area where there is smoke or dust. Also, include a bright LED flashlight.

If you might be in a rural area, include matches or a lighter so you can build a fire.
i keep a HEPA rated mask in mine (spent 3 weeks at the world trade center on 9/11). also, a good pry bar should be in an urban kit. water purification is a must. municipal supplies may not function and stores will be looted out within day. and let's just assume we all included a quality firearm in our kits.
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I just picked up a new Bug Out Bag of sorts, its my ammo bag when SHTF. Maxpedition Fatboy Versipack:



Holds 1 Glock 19 mag and the glock itself, 2 40rdAk Mags in the back, and 6 30 rd ak mags in the front. Very handy little man purse when not worrying about SHTF situations.


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I have an ALICE pack in medium size to use for my BOB. BOB = Bug Out Bag for 9 X 19. It's a form of slang over here that we use. One thing that I will be putting in my BOB will be 6 plastic jars with broth cubes in them. That amounts to 150 broth cubes for me to use for a food source. It may not be the best food source BUT it will work as a food source when nothing else is available or to augment any wild game I come across. So if I manage to get a rabbitt or squirrel I can save my broth cube for later on or I can use it to help extend my small protein source to feed other people or family members. Bring the water to a boil while the rabbitt gets cooked, toss in a broth cube and the cooked rabbitt meat so you could easily serve six or more people with one rabbitt and a broth cube. Or you might be able to have a couple of meals out of that broth-rabbitt meal for just yourself. I already have my e-tool, hatchet, machete, paracord, matches, lighter fluid and large tarp cover to use for a tent. Tarp material is thicker and retains heat better, in my opinion, than a tent and I can get it in a larger size to meet my long term tenting needs. A regular commercial tent is okay for short term stays outdoors but a big, roomy tarp works better for my needs.

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I have an ALICE pack in medium size to use for my BOB. BOB = Bug Out Bag for 9 X 19. It's a form of slang over here that we use. One thing that I will be putting in my BOB will be 6 plastic jars with broth cubes in them. That amounts to 150 broth cubes for me to use for a food source. It may not be the best food source BUT it will work as a food source when nothing else is available or to augment any wild game I come across. So if I manage to get a rabbitt or squirrel I can save my broth cube for later on or I can use it to help extend my small protein source to feed other people or family members. Bring the water to a boil while the rabbitt gets cooked, toss in a broth cube and the cooked rabbitt meat so you could easily serve six or more people with one rabbitt and a broth cube. Or you might be able to have a couple of meals out of that broth-rabbitt meal for just yourself. I already have my e-tool, hatchet, machete, paracord, matches, lighter fluid and large tarp cover to use for a tent. Tarp material is thicker and retains heat better, in my opinion, than a tent and I can get it in a larger size to meet my long term tenting needs. A regular commercial tent is okay for short term stays outdoors but a big, roomy tarp works better for my needs.
I keep chicken broth and rice in a nalgene bottle when camping and hunting. It allows me to cook up some nice rabbit stew with dandelion greens. After Im done with the meal I brew up some hot pine tea. MMMM.
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