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  1. 3 Day Bug out Bag

    Food: 4 MRE Desserts, Peanut Butter Tubes, 4 Spam Cans, 12 oz white rice, 16 oz instant potatoes Drink: 70 Ml of Packaged Water, 3 L Water bladder camelbak, 1 qt canteen, Gatorade mix, instant coffee First Aid: Suture Kit, Cold Pack, Bandages, Triple Antibiotic ointment, 10 Hydrocodone 10-350mg,Hand sanitizer, large bottle of rubbing alcohol Tools: M44 Mosin Nagant, Paracord, 100lb test fishing line, Fishing hooks, Advanced Swiss Army Knife, Gerber Defender blade, 40 rounds of 7.62 54R, 36...
  2. A 14 Year Old's Get Home Bag

    Food: Cliff Bars, MRE, Drink: 32 oz Nalgene First Aid: Quick Clot, 2 Tourniquet, about 20 Bandaids, Israeli bandage, 4 Gauze Pads, Sanitary Gloves, Some kind of medical tape(10 yards) Tools: Strider DBL Fixed blade, Leatherman Maps and Travel Information: Compass, Garmin Foretrex GPS W/ extra batteries, Map Clothing: Extra socks, poncho, gortex Multicam shell, winter gloves/work gloves Communication: Cell phone Lighting: Surefire Defender w/ extra batteries, Surefire headlamp w/ extra...
  3. Austin's Bug Out Bag

    Food: Hard Candy, small tins of potted meat Drink: Folgers Coffee Bags, water purification tablets First Aid: Small Johnson and Johnson kit Tools: Pry bar, leatherman, matches and lighter Maps and Travel Information: Map of the great State of Texas Clothing: Flannel shirt, change of drawers for everyone in the family, socks for everyone in the family Communication: On me at all times. Morse Code key Lighting: Maglite Shelter: Car I also carry more than one blanket and several emergency...
  4. Brum's Life Support Bug out Bag in a Single Backpack

    Food: dehydrated right off the shelves of food markets Drink: water First Aid: Extensive for most any issue including suturing a wound Maps and Travel Information: Compass Clothing: Life supporting all weather Communication: Cellular, multinet, Internet, shortwave Lighting: LED headlights and handheld Shelter: Jungle hammock
  5. Bug Home Bag for Rural Transportation Driver

    Food: Canned meats/fish/fruits, granola bars, trail-mix...anything ready to eat, and means to procure wildlife. Drink: Water bottles, filtration, Sawyer SP140 filter bottle. First Aid: Relatively comprehensive, based on environment/potential hazards & back-up for group. Tools: Leatherman Side-kick multi-tool, fire starter, foldable saw, knives. Maps and Travel Information: State-wide topographic atlas, compass, altimeter. Clothing: To augment daily wear/carry, seasonal. Communication:...
  6. Bug out bag addition if you wear a Uniform

    This has more to do with my type of work and my bug in bag. I am a uniformed employee of a government agency. As such I drive a marked vehicle and were a uniform. My job is maintenance and my area covers several counties, most with high population counts. I take a small separate bag with which I keep normal close in. If a situation where to occur I like the idea of being able to blend in as I make my way home. Nothing fancy in the bag, I will list the contents, and they are all old work...
  7. Bunker Bob's Bug out Bag

    Right Detachable Interior Pocket Flap (#9): (IV Fluids) NaCl 500 ml (1) Ringer\'s Lactate 500 ml (1) IV tubing (2) 14 gauge IV needles (2) 18 gauge IV needles (2) Latex tourniquet (1) Alcohol wipes (5) Latex gloves (1 pr) Band-Aids (4) in a Ziploc bag.It is useful but not essential to include a small roll of 1\" adhesive tape. Internal Top Pocket: (Diagnostics) Stethoscope (1) Head lamp with red and white lenses (1) ENT kit Scissors (1) Thermometer (1) Plastic Ziploc bags...
  8. BunkerBob's BOB

    Food: MRE Drink: Water First Aid: Basic-Gas Masks-CBR Clothing-Extra CBR Filters Tools: Knife-Hatchet-Pocket Knife Maps and Travel Information: GPS/Printed local maps or Thomas guide Clothing: Pants-Shirt-Socks-Boots-Underwear-CBR Suit Communication: Ham 2m,70cm,6m Lighting: Headlamp-Flashlight-Batteries Shelter: Ponco-Plastic-Space Blanket
  9. cqp33's Bug out Bag

    Food: Energy bars, fishing gear and of course I can hunt/forage Drink: 3 liter camelbak, 1 quart canteen, water purification tablets (x100) First Aid: liquid bandage, small & large compression bandages, butterfly strips, antifungal cream, peroxide, quikclot Tools: hatchet, survival knife, fire starting (4 ways), 550 cord, small line (synthetic nylon 1/4\") Maps and Travel Information: compass and topo map Clothing: flight suit type coveralls, base layer 2 thermal bottoms, base layer 1...
  10. Don't Leave Home without it Bug out Bag

    Food: Usu a couple of granola bars and an Almond Joy Drink: canteen with canteen cup and stove First Aid: adhesive bandages, sinus pills, ibuprofen, allergy pills, triangular bandage Maps and Travel Information: compass Communication: pencil, notebook, whistle Lighting: LED flashlight Shelter: emergency blanket This is the bag I take to the woods or on trips anywhere farther than town. I\'m putting it up to be critiqued. If anyone has ideas of what else would be handy or maybe changed I\'d...
  11. Foods That Will Survive The Apocalypse

    The Mayans were wrong about the end of the world and the rapture did not happen, but that does not mean we are out of the woods yet. There are many ever-present threats still looming and a doomsday event could be nearer than we realize. Provided you are thoroughly stocked up on weaponry and survival tools, one question remains...what are you going to eat? MREs have been relied upon for years as a means to conveniently carry around a self-preparing meal. They are, of course, property of the...
  12. Geocaching: So, What did you learn?

    After being cooped up all winter, I decided I would venture out and go on a little excursion with the prepper mindset scenario of bugging home from work. The Plan: AKA, setting up the cache I thought I was being smart. I was doing my research. I mapped my routes meticulously. I checked on my 2 caches along the routes home, making certain I wasn't seen. If the need ever arose, by God, I was ready to make the trek home if I had to do so from work. I was thoroughly prepared I thought. I did a...
  13. If Chaos Ensues Bug out Bag

    Food: A bag each of white rice and pinto beans; package of cornmeal, beef jerky, 2 energy bars Drink: Nalgene canteen, water purification tablets, iodine First Aid: Neosporin, Benadryl, Ibuprofen, Acetaminophen, Imodium, paper tape, vet wrap, bandaids and larger bandages, couple small splints, butterfly bandages, some prepacked suture material Tools: knife (larger fixed blade and pocket variety), small axe, Fire Kit (char cloth, linen tow (both in ziplocs), 2 lighters in ziploc bags,...
  14. Just More Basics

    Food: Canned chicken and tuna, trail mix, jerky, and sugar stuff (newtons and wafers). Basically enough to get me three days and then some. Drink: 4L of water, plus my 1.5L water bottle on my belt. First Aid: Basic bandages, gauze, tape, a few OTC pain pills, BC Powder, the like. Tools: AK-47 Bayonet, 2 Ozark Trail Hunting Knives, Hobo Tool, Fishing Kit, fishing twine. Maps and Travel Information: Street Atlas of the Areas I\'m mostly in, including topos of the most likely places I\'ll be,...
  15. Kelty Bug out Bag

    Food: Mountainhouse granola bars macaroni and cheese potato soup Will update as soon as I get my list back him but it\'s about 13,000 cal so about six days worth of food Drink: Three liter Water reservoir Back up to liter, some Nuun electrolyte tablets Singleserve Kool-Aid packets tea and hot cocoa First Aid: Ace bandage handkerchief and am currently putting my first aide kit together Tools: To knife sharpeners 10 zip ties a skyline Keyshawn knife one sol emergency blanket collapsable...
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