Bug out bag Vs. Get home bag. Which is best to carry, why and what's in it? OK,There you are at work or on a business trip or vacation and the SHTF and it's TEOTWAWKI time.are you going right home and stay put, go grab the kids and spouse from where they are or head right to the retreat/bunker?have you got the right stuff to get you from point A to point B? Just what kind of a SHTF do you think might hit?Let's forget the exotic like an EMP attack or some kind of "zombie" outbreak.Let's say there was a string of tornadoes come through your city or maybe just a riot at the old union mill that spread far and fast and several square miles are effected.What's going to get me home? A roll of 20$ bills no more than 200$ worth. A small tool kit. a medium med kit. A canteen full of water. Two energy drinks. a 72 hour bag. A K bar. a Leatherman. And a 380 Makarov and 3 spare mags and a box of JHP Disappointed?There's going to be cops, national guard, and all kinds of scared to hell and back people around,last thing I want to do is look like a walking grocery store or a possible trouble maker!and if the car won't get me where I need to go,I can carry all that stuff even with my bad back. There's a LED light and portable radio in the 72 hr bag. BoB is a bit different: I have no where to go,but IF I go: AR-15,6 mags+1 in the gun.200 rounds of ammo. 40 cal Tarus,6 mags 100 rounds[the local police carry 40 cal is why I chose it.] Cold steel Tanto, Gerber Hatchet,heavy blade machete. 72 hour kit. Tool kit,bolt cutters, crowbar. tube tent sleeping bag, ground tarp. Fire making kit. EMT med kit. 3 complete changes of clothes. sneakers. extra meds. Walking staff. I'm sure I left things out I have in there,I haven't looked at my list in ages. Which brings us to an important thing to have RIGHT ON TOP in any BOB, the table of contents and expiration dates of relevant materials.