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Survival kits

Jarnhamar

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Lots of good idea's I'll add thanks.

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Danjanou said:
Does she fold up and fit in your belt kit or pocket?  If so I'm trading up.  8)

She has a ruck that has a seat and cold beers, I sit in it, she's kinda like a sherpa.
 

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Ibuprofin. Excellent little anti-inflammatory.
I personally also like having duct tape.
 

Jarnhamar

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Bug out Bag:North Korean edition
For fun and paranoia

Bugout gear backpack& kitbag
sealed water jugs
48 MREs
1box CDN rations
2 bottles of water purification tablets.
2 packages of Katadyn Micropur water tablets
2L bladder canteen with CBRN cap
C4 gasmask in sealed package
2 new C4 mask canisters
detector paper and dip stick
Old school CF sweater
Old school angle head flashlight and batts
Leather gloves
Timex watch graciously donated from the lost and found
Grohmann #4 survival knife
Mini-binoculars
Roll of duct tape and paracord
Garmin GPS & compass
Personal survival kit and fire starting kit.
Various first aid supplies
Ranger handbook & CBRN handbook

.45, 5 mags and 200 rounds close by.


Seems like a lot but packs up pretty tight, missing a few things still.
 

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ObedientiaZelum said:
Bug out Bag:North Korean edition
For fun and paranoia

Bugout gear backpack& kitbag
sealed water jugs
48 MREs
1box CDN rations
2 bottles of water purification tablets.
2 packages of Katadyn Micropur water tablets
2L bladder canteen with CBRN cap
C4 gasmask in sealed package
2 new C4 mask canisters
detector paper and dip stick
Old school CF sweater
Old school angle head flashlight and batts
Leather gloves
Timex watch graciously donated from the lost and found
Grohmann #4 survival knife
Mini-binoculars
Roll of duct tape and paracord
Garmin GPS & compass
Personal survival kit and fire starting kit.
Various first aid supplies
Ranger handbook & CBRN handbook

.45, 5 mags and 200 rounds close by.


Seems like a lot but packs up pretty tight, missing a few things still.


What size bag do you have all that kit in ?
 

Danjanou

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Bug out Bag:North Korean edition
For fun and paranoia

1x Large bottle decent single malt
1x Cohiba Lancero
1 match

Hey screw it I'm too old to run and hide in the boonies. Go out with a bang I say 8)

 

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.308 - 200 rounds
.243 - 160 rounds
.45 - 250 rounds

Then take from others with more food/item preparation packing ideas.
 

Jarnhamar

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I'm going all out.

I found a neat underground shelter on Pinterest soldier of fortune magazine I might make for fun.

Started storing water and non-perishable food too.


Big question.  If you had to choose one pistol to bring with you would it be a 9mm or .45?
 

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ObedientiaZelum said:
I'm going all out.

I found a neat underground shelter on Pinterest soldier of fortune magazine I might make for fun.

Started storing water and non-perishable food too.


Big question.  If you had to choose one pistol to bring with you would it be a 9mm or .45?

Neither... a shotgun, or a 22cal-410 over under would be a better way to go. More flexible and, if one has a stoppage, the other is still good to go.
 

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daftandbarmy said:
or a 22cal-410 over under

But a real muscular man would just shrug off a .22 or 410.  ;D

Shotguns are hard to hide too! I figure even with Zombies running around eating faces- conservation officers would be running around checking for licenses and that you only have 3 rounds in your shotgun.
 

Jarnhamar

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Throwing together a mini-survival kit for a member of an aircrew, does anyone have any recommendations?

Right now it consists of:
-Altoids tin
-button compass
-micro-light
-commando wiresaw
-snare wire
-3x arrow heads
-mini-bic lighter (can aircrews carry lighters?)
-storm matches with striker taped to outside of tin
-signalling mirror
-4 fishing hooks
-3 needles
-thread
-4 water purification tablets
-8 pieces of guntape
-pencil and 4 pieces or rite in the rain paper.
-4 cotton balls
-4 thick retainer bands
-monster high bandaid
-blister patch

Really hard to cram that stuff inside.


Going to add a hacksaw blade wraped in gun tape to the outter side
fishing line

Anything else that might be beneficial?
 

SupersonicMax

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Most of those are already in our personnal/aircraft survival kit.  No, we cannot bring a lighter.
 
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