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Old 12-19-2009, 06:17 PM   #1
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Bug Out Bags

Currently in Bug Out Bag
Blackhawk Cyclone Pack with 3L water bladder
Bear bell
Emergency whistle
Waterproof pen
Waterproof notepad
MSR Mini-Works EX water filter
Folding knife (4” blade)
SOG multitool
Adventure Medical kit First Aid kit (supplemented)
Moleskin
Aleve
Aspirin
Rolaids
Waterproof medical tape
Tick remover

Snake Bite kit (may or may not keep)
Ear warmers
Beanie hat
Fleece weather-resistant gloves
Spare wool/nylon socks
Headlamp
Extra headlamp batteries
Emergency strobe beacon (1 D battery)
Plastic backpacking utensils
2 full MREs packs with heaters
Pill bottle full of quarters
Pill bottle with $40-$50 in bills
Heat reflective poncho/blanket
36” SAM splint
Nitrile gloves
Toilet paper (2 backpack rolls)
Hurricane matches in waterproof container
Disposable lighter
Homemade firestarters (cotton balls rubbed in petroleum jelly) in pill bottle
Magnesium fire starter stick
Signal mirror
Instant hand warmers
“Survival Cards” by Lee Nading
Backpacking towel
Rain pants

Have and will be adding
Blackhawk STOMP II medical pack with two 3L bladders (killer deal off eBay)
Emergency eye wash with cup
Burn relief gel
Sterile wipes
Wound closure adhesive surgical tape strips
Gauze sponges, surgical sponges (various sizes)
Ace bandage (2” x 5.3’)
Ace bandage (4” x 5.3’)
Athletic wrap tape
Chem light sticks
Neosporin
Cortaid
Glucose tablets
Oragel
Spare contacts
Hand sanitizer
Bandanna
50’ parachute cord
Heavy duty work gloves
Sunscreen
Bug repellent

Don't have yet, but will be adding
Instant cold packs
Burn & wound dressings
18” SAM splint
SAM finger splints
Mouth-to-mouth mask/one-way valve
QuikClot clotting sponge
Mini roll of Duct tape
Ammonia inhalant ?
Rescue Tape
Powdered Gatorade
Stronger muscles and greater lung capacity to carry this thing


Many of the to-be-added items I already have elsewhere, but I want dedicated items always in the Bug Out Bag so I don't inadvertently remove an item and forget to put it back.



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Old 12-20-2009, 10:21 AM   #2
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Re: Bug Out Bags

Super Glue and Suture supplies Herb .
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Old 12-20-2009, 12:57 PM   #3
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Super Glue and Suture supplies Herb .
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Old 12-21-2009, 09:11 AM   #4
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Re: Bug Out Bags

I have NOT ordered from this site, but they seem to have a very good selection of gear, including a lot of single-use items that would be convenient for a Bug Out Bag (sunscreen towelettes, bug screen towelettes,...).

http://www.redflarekits.com/mm5/merchant.mvc


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Old 12-21-2009, 11:10 AM   #5
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Re: Bug Out Bags

My bag is really a winter emergency pack. We take it with us when we go up north in the winter for x-country skiing and snow shoeing. What is not not shown is our first aid kit that goes with us summer or winter and heavy duty jumper cables that all our vehicles have a set of

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The pack....



Overall view of contents



Fire, stove full of fuel, food, cook kit, water treatment...



Extra hats, gloves, socks....shovel, tow rope, come-a-long...flares, markers...
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Old 12-23-2009, 11:08 PM   #6
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Re: Bug Out Bags

DITCH BAG

Maxpedition backpack
100’ climbing rope
2 carabineers
Self rescue mini 8
Leatherman Wave multi tool
Benchmade folder knife
Fox 40 whistle
REI temperature gauge
Katadyn micro water filter bottle
Camelbak 100oz bladder
Garmin GPS 60Cx
ACR Firefly Strobe Light
Mini Mag Flashlight
Petzl head lamp
2 light sticks
2 candles
Bic lighter
4-AA batteries and 4-AAA batteries
Small roll of duct tape
Red Bandana
Small Granite gear bag
Emergency Handbook
Photocopies of personal documents
Money (cash)
Notebook
Pen and pencil
Spoon
Toiletries – TP, sun block, Vaseline, toothbrush, toothpaste, SPF lip balm, bug repellent, bar soap.
Sunglasses/safety glasses
Adventure Medical Kits Ultra light .5 – With 2 gloves, blister kit, personal meds, CPR micro shield.
Sam Splint
Fishing Kit – Lures, weights, hooks, line, stringer.
Ziploc and trash bags assorted sizes
Compass
MSR Micro Towel
Space Blanket
Adventure Medical Kits Bivy 2
Camping GAZ stove – Fuel can, waterproof matches, fire steel
2 Mountain House meals
2 MRE
Assorted Clif and Power Bars, Clif Shots and hard candy
Red Ledge rain jacket
Wide brim floppy sun hat
Mechanix gloves
1 pair socks
Beanie
1 pair shorts



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Old 12-24-2009, 09:15 AM   #7
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Gents and Ladies
I found my cut and paste list
Here is a rough compliation:

Water amount of water ?
purification tablets
katyyne filter
Hydration technologies system ( this looks pretty promising)
Solar still material

Food food bars
MRE's
cooking pot
cup


Lights 30 hour candle
squeeze flashlight
glow sticks
batteries for flashlights
single cell flashlight
multicell flashlight
headlamp style light

Communication
am/fm radio
whistle
pre paid phone card
cell phone
xtra cell battery
signal mirror
compass


Fire waterproof matches
tinder
bic lighter
fire steel or magnesium fire steel


Shelter / Warmth
emergency sleeping bag
20 hour body warmer packets
2 person tube tent w/ rope
space blanket
hand warmer


Clothes jacket with hood
hat
beanie
cargo pants
shoes/sox
rain poncho
underwear
bandana

Tools multi function knife
fixed blade knife
folding knife
sharpening tool
working gloves
N95 respirator dust mask
paracord
P-38
paramedic sissors
sewing kit
pocket saw
aluminum foil
rope
paracord
duct tape (off roll)
gps

Hygine and Sanitation
soap
toothbrush
tooth paste
toilet paper
feminine supplies
sunscreen
bug repellant
wet wipes
chapstick
deorerant
pack towel
soap

First Aid Asst bandaides
alchohol pads
gauze pads
trauma dressing
quick clot
sting releif
burn cream
asprin
ibuprofiin
aniti acid
gloves
finger splints
roll of kling/gauze
first aid instructions
suture kit
super glue
moleskin
SAM splint (aluminum)
triangular bandages
medical adheive tapes
ace bandages
safety pins
iodine prep pads
Potassium Iodide
tweezers
eye/wound wash
butterfly closures
neosporin
tucks cream


Misc playing cards
trash bags
ID / passport
Phone numbers
Maps
mermanent marker
notepad
paper/pencil
xtra glases
survival book/cards


Pets food
water
medicine
doggy downers
ID tag
Leash


Money ATM / credit card
Cash in small bills
Coins


Documents (copies-laminated)
birth cert
SS cards
passport
drivers license
marriage cert
green card


Fishing/Hunting
Handgun/Long gun
ammo/cleaning kit
hooks
line
sinkers
lures
snare wire

As posted:
Super Human strenght

Read somewhere that you have detachable componets
If ya gotta grab and go, what do you take?
We have the ultimate escape pod
but could be not able to leave our driveway... or get out of town

Have not read anything on hitting out on mountain bikes
I think that is a pretty good plan B
I have camped on my mtn bike and tend to travel like Jed Clampet
this was years ago when there was not all the ultralight stuff and i also had no money
My bike alone weighted in at 30 pounds at least
Once up and loaded, and going forward I was good to go

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Old 12-24-2009, 10:25 AM   #8
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A couple of other items that are of great value are a roll of Mechanics Wire , for general lashing and Snares and an Armolite Explorer self contained 22 LR that floats and stores into it's own stock .
Tru Turn fish hooks sizes 14 , 12 , 10 along with 30 feet of 8lb. Flourocarbon line and a few assorted split shot also come in handy .
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Old 07-13-2012, 12:07 PM   #9
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A pre made minimal BOB and a few other items. Haven't checked the price or quality though. Seems it would be easy to make your own like those above. To this bag I would at least add a good handheld LASER.
http://www.advantac.com/military-gov/su ... /tools.php
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A pre made minimal BOB and a few other items. Haven't checked the price or quality though. Seems it would be easy to make your own like those above. To this bag I would at least add a good handheld laser.http://www.advantac.com/military-gov/survival-tools/tools.php
Is this a good enough laser, http://www.wickedlasers.com/lasers/Spyd ... 96-37.html
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