I've been meaning to set one up for the past few months or so but haven't got around to it. I'm not in the kind of area that might require immediate bug-out. I can get ready in 15 minutes though. Originally Posted By PooFire: I've been meaning to set one up for the past few months or so but haven't got around to it.
I don't allow anything in my life that I'm not prepared to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if I smell the meat around the corner!
Yeah, I've got bare minimums for a 3 day excursion to a better place. Is it as well stocked and thought out as I'd like? I have a BOB, but for the family we have 3 tuffboxes (food, batts,meds, clothes, sleeping bags, tents, stove, campfuel etc). Originally Posted By distributor_of_pain: I don't allow anything in my life that I'm not prepared to walk out on in 30 seconds flat if I smell the meat around the corner! You must really crave teh penis.
Maybe you and your family dont mind getting turned into bloody swiss cheese since its SHTF. You might look at Tactical Tailor, they usually have a good deal on 3 day type packs in different colors. I have a multicam E&E, besides using it in the woods I've carried it, or a multicam Kifaru Scout, in NY, DC and Philly. Originally Posted By Aimless:I have a multicam E&E, besides using it in the woods I've carried it, or a multicam Kifaru Scout, in NY, DC and Philly.
In the end we're all just chalk lines on concrete only to be washed away, for the time that I've been given, I am what I am. The rifle mags conceal well even with the main flap open as they have their own flaps, but a shooter would notice them. Why do you want it in a backpack?Most likely, one of the first things you'll need to do is move.


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And it sounds obvious, but you should keep a pre-built fishing kit onboard in a Flambeau Tuff Tainer. Many years ago after a cold weather boating accident and the immediate search afterwards for my friend, whose body we found 5 days later, I changed a number of things in my boating routine. All the water I need, all the food, shelter, pretection, the ability to move at night, navigate, communicate etc. But, the BOB is just to get me to a safer place.
I've got the bag just not the supplies. If it's a money thing, a dollar store will get you far.
Contents are all TSA approved: poncho, emergency blanket, handwarmers, lighter, hard candy, LED light, cash, duct tape, GPS, fold up back pack, fanny pack with a 10 oz.
Something that you can configure to your liking.What goes into it is going to be climate specific, but you will need first aid, a small amount of chow, poncho liner, poncho, ammo, signaling kit (mirror, air panel, etc).
I'd rather you hate me for everything I am, Than have you love me for being something that I'm not.
You will love it.I carry mine in my truck loaded with 6 AR mags, 6 1911 mags, Flashlight, Knife, Gloves, NC map, and my Camelback water bottle like Thumpers.
You'll want or need to leave the area for a new one and thinking how to bring anything you need is not what you would like as a priority. Basics to catch some meat (assuming saltwater if youre in FL) : a few packets of sabikis, a clark spoon rigged on a handline spool, silver and gold spoons, jig heads and plastics, cajun thunder rigs, sinkers in various sizes, wire, couple flouro or mono leader sizes, swivels, several packets of varied hooks, pliers. Might not be the best stuff, might not be the lightest, but there's a lot to be had cheap at the dollar store.
Both have plenty of PALs webbing for attaching additional pouches, waist packs ect with Malice clips. Most of those military 3 day packs have no frame, they are just a bag with straps, personally I prefer packs with an internal frame.


Even in some far fetched emergency I wouldn't worry about walking past some cop with a multicam E&E on. Backpacking is the easiest way to transport your bug out bag.I keep mine in my truck not just as a bug out bag, but as a get home bag.
The way Kifaru bags like mine (it's an EMR) are set up, you can detach the top lid and ditch the bag if you have to so a lot of the important stuff is in there. As i'm driving i'll be on the look-out for somebody driving a 4x4 loaded down with supplies and an AR Bolt logo on the back window. Your survival skills are going to determine how much or how little you need to put in the kit.
My BO plan involves me leaving Detroit and going to a rural location where I have further resources put away, so humping a 70 lb pack over the mountains isn't a concern. I'll walk up to the driver side of the vehicle and identify myself thru my log-in name to get the driver to lower his guard.
Getting there and having enough to get by if my plans fall thru is more important than a light bag. Ziplock bags for stuff you don't want to get water logged (it does rain!) After carrying a bag for several miles it starts to dig into your shoulders if the straps aren't right, or there's not enough padding. Thanks boys It's worth a shot if you don't mind getting run over before you make it to my window in a SHTF situation.
You aren't trying to be comfortable, you are just trying to survive.If you are not experienced with moving with a heavy ruck, then keep it light.



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