Committed to providing you and your family with the best survival knowledge, skills and equipment. I’ve been using old prescription bottles, and plastic gum containers as travel and camping spice containers for years.
Bear in mind, this pack has all the elements to last you longer than 72 hours, with the exception of the food items, and your ability to find a source of water.
If you do, then why not take advantage of the additional shampoo, soap, lotion, mouthwash, shower cap, sewing kit, etc… and save them. I like to put them into small sandwich size ziplock bags and keep them in my various bugout bags and car kits.
Urban Survival Urban survival and disaster preparedness including hurricanes, earthquakes, floods and anything else. Calm down man, if you're only interested in the pretty pictures just scroll through and let those of us who like to discuss what we see have a pleasant conversation.
I personally thing we should just have an Admin to manage a thread where only the mod can make a post in it.


I just went through a whole bunch of pages on this thread because I am in the process of putting together some small bags for our cars. I can make my own that will last just as long and I know exactly what is put in them, and do it for about $4 a meal. Unfortunatly i have not started the assembly, however i have created a vague checklist i think many will find useful. I don't really agree with the idea so I don't personally mind it since if i'm researching something, i just use google images and the search function here if i'm wanting results from here.
If someone wants to submit their BOB or gear list then they submit it to the admin and they post it. There are enough preppers out there handling that area.We now have a renewed reason to put up more YouTube videos now. My wife and I have always found you very inspirational and always look forward to your videos and posts. Depending on your location and situation, you may want to add or delete items suggested here.


Next step is to research products and incorporate that into your list along with the costs. I make my own dehydrated food for camping but the biggest reason I dont use MRE's is because they are expensive. Also plan on a bag big enough to carry all of that (surplus ILBE is my suggestion) but that you are also physically fit enough to lug around a 50-60 lb (best case scenario based on your list) bag for several miles and without a problem.
Take it camping, test it out, you'll quickly figure out what you're missing and what you don't need. Couple that with my guns and my Viet Nam background, I wouldn't want to break into MY house.



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