Welcome to Long Island Firearms, like most online communities you must register to view or post in our community, but don't worry this is a simple free process that requires minimal information for you to signup. I actually debated back and forth about it, I do have a covert book-bag that I can throw the contents in at a moments notice, within the bag, very little is actually individual, everything is organized withing heavy-duty zip-lock bags to see contents and its all organized by the type of items in the bags.
I also have a duplicate of this bag, although not as setup for long term, its a true 72 hour bag, and that always remains hidden in my vehicle somewhere. I have a full blown medical kit including suture kit, and field surgery kit with lot's of medications, quick clot, and an Israeli bandage. I don't know about you guys but I would never carry anything "military" looking like that army digital pack. I'm actually planning to remove a few items once my last bits come in, and should hopefully get it around 25lb without water. At the end of the day I'd rather have a backpack that can withstand a hellish environment and not rip and spew all my stuff out if it gets snagged on something, vs.


I have about as much water carry capability as you can carry in a go-bag, and I have 2 full MRE's thats enough calories for 4-5 days. Winter temps below 30 degrees are not common for more than a couple of nights during any given year. Im my Scouting years we never had any tents which would not leak in heavy rain and all of them would sweat badly when the humidity was high--which is every day in the summer.
On one camping trip the temps dropped into the low 20s and all of us had to keep the fire stoked up all night. So that bag should be actually rated at 25 degrees Fahrenheit or - 3.5 degrees Celsius to be realistic. I use Elite Survival Systems Recon3 rated at 23 degrees Fahrenheit (read 43), Deuter Dreamlite 500 rated at 40 degrees Fahrenheit (read 60) and a Sea to Summit Reactor Extreme Thermolite Liner which is supposed to add 25 degrees fahrenheit of warmth (read 5) so I put one inside the other as needed, I'm not sure what my system should be rated at but since it is modular I think it is better than just one extremely warm bag. A I'm no expert, but it seems you might benefit from re-examining the priorities, given your environment.


A How many of the things in that pack do you use, vs the tent and food?i»?envirosponsible: I've tried and it still doesn't cut it. Hurricane RITA, KATRINA, AND SANDY have clearly demonstrated the need to always be PREPARED. SECURITY: Invest in a second handgun and carry 5 more magazines for each gun and additional ammo. Also invest in a Compound BOW and a camp alarm mine for perimeter security 3 rings of security rule should always be followed.



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