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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #30 on: February 02, 2010, 06:58:11 PM »
Pics and contents please...

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #31 on: February 17, 2010, 06:57:00 PM »






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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #32 on: February 17, 2010, 07:19:04 PM »

Sleeping Bag
Foot Powder
6x Pair of Socks
Blanket
Shovel
Compass
Gortex
Towel
75x .40 S&W HP
2x Gun cleaning kit
6x Toilet paper
2x Gun cleaning brush
2x Thermal Blanket
3x Face Mask
3x Fire Starter
6x Hand Warmers
Baking Soda
Tooth Brush
4x Emergency Drinking Water
Mess Kit w/Fire Sticks & Matches
Mirror
3x Pancho's
10x Panty Liners
Lock Picks
2x Knifes
Medic Scissors
Whistle
Gun Cleaning Rod
3x Trash Bags
Purell
20x Firecrackers (Little Dynamite)
Band Aids
Bite & Sting Kit
Para-Cord
Sauce Packets
First Aid Manual
SAS Survival Guide
Bobby Traps Manual
Improvised Munitions Handbook
First Aid Kit
Gun Cleaning Kit
Electrical Tape
Sewing Needles
Trip Wire
Cotton Balls
Aluminum Foil
Water Purification Tablets
Lighter
Multi use silverware set
Foldable Needle Nose Pliars
Thermal Blanket
Fishing Kit
Pills
Silver

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #33 on: February 27, 2010, 05:05:47 AM »
Here's my mini-BOB.  I'm sure many have seen these lil' ubiquitous bags on various forums or survival/tactical websites.  They're sold as molle bags or as how I use them, as mini-BOB/urban BOB.  They take a surprising amount of STUFF..

Unassuming little bag..



Here it is exploded--Shiiiishaaaaah!!


I find the different sections are great for quick categorizing and access to whatever you need.  Breaking its contents down by sections from the POV of looking straight at it:

Left pocket:
Playing cards (never know when you need a distraction or icebreaker)
Flint and striker
P48
Leatherman Squirt
Albuterol Inhaler (asthmatics, goes without saying.. packing an inhaler in every BOB is a must!)
Exotac Match Cap (went the safety route and got the two-stage matches, striker is a strip on the inside when you unscrew the cap and it comes with O-rings so the matches are dry and usable when needed)
Cabelas all-weather lighter
Boker CLB Keycom (great little folder designed by bruddah Chad Los Banos of Hawaii)
Battery carrier (two AA's, two AAA's.. since I EDC those types of lights, I'm GTG)
Also holds about $4 in loose change scattered on the bottom..

Right pocket(medicine section)
First aid kit
Extra gauze
Plastic baggie (always sounds dubious when you hear that description right LE guys?? ;D  Containing asprin, motrin)
Alcohol Wipes. (MANY uses, love them and have them stashed away in all my BOBs)
Vitamin C drops

Front pocket
Two pens (red/black)
Notepad
Benchmade mini knife sharpener (EDC at least one folder, sharpener is a must)
Sheets of 'paper' soap
Compass
Fenix L1D Q5 (1AA) (when it comes to lights, people have different concerns.  Me, I'm a longevity guy.  Lowest setting is like 56 hours-- SOLD)
Emergency kit (a kit within a kit!  I know!   ;D  I believe in redundancy, leave me alone.. it's got stuff like a fishing kit, whistle, signal mirror, etc.,)

Main pocket
Water bottle
Ziploc bag with energy bars
Ziploc bag with jerky
Eton wind-up radio (AM/FM/shortwave(I think)/LED light)
Maps
Colgate wisp mini toothbrushes (2x)
Folded up windbreaker.  (Gap windbreaker.  Folds down to next to nothing.  Never know when you need an extra layer of clothing..)


Um, that's about it.  Hope you guys enjoyed the tour!
« Last Edit: February 27, 2010, 05:10:15 AM by Locomoco »

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #34 on: March 05, 2010, 05:04:46 PM »




Survival With Style Book
(2) Razor Arrowheads
(2) Trash Bag 13 Gal
(2) Trash Bag 30 Gal
Space Blanket
Survival-First Aid Book
Ready.Gov Brochure
Cable Lacing 25ft
Camp Pan
Dental Floss 55yds
Duct Tape 2ft
Paper Water Filters
First Aid Kit
Fishing Gear
Flashlight LED
Gatorade (4oz)
9” Throwing Knife
Sawblade Mini Knife
Butane Lighter
Magnifying Lens (95mm x135mm)
Mirror & Morse Code
MultiTool
Notepad & Pencil
(4) Lg Paper Clips
Para Cord 20ft
Poncho
Respirator Mask
Salt
Emergency Wire Saw
Sewing Kit
Storm Shelter
Slingshot slings
Aluminum Alcohol Stove
(8 ) Tea Bags
Water Filter & Tube
Water Purification Tabs
Whistle-Compass-Matches

First Aid Kit
(2) 3x3 Gauze pads      
Steri-Strips   
(1)Suture   
(2)Lg Bandage   
(2)Antibiotic foil pks
3-pk Betadine swabs      
Superglue
2 2x3 Non-Adherent pads
36 Asst Bandaids
3 Alcohol Prep Pads
Superglue
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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #35 on: March 09, 2010, 09:21:44 PM »
That is SO CUTE!!!!

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #36 on: March 14, 2010, 01:41:31 PM »

HERE'S MY B.O.B.  Sure its bright red, but I'm planning on getting found and i didnt pay that much for it and it's a great pack!







Here's my gear in my B.O.B.
1. steripen
2. becker BK2 campanion knife
3. sterno oven
4. sterno fuel
5. mess kit
6. silverware
7. homemade fire starters
8. homemade pot from a coffee can
9. LED headlamp
10. firesteel
11. betty crocker instant potatoes
12. toiletpaper
13. trail mix
14. kool-aid packets
15. baked beans
16. knife sharpener
17. pocket knife
18.  200 lbs. trot line
19. liquid iodine
20. hatchet

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #37 on: March 14, 2010, 01:43:26 PM »
BTW I just realized that i left out a few items from the picture

my hammock, some food, two hydration bladders, and of course my smith & wesson!

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #38 on: March 29, 2010, 09:32:18 PM »
This is what I've been piecing together...mostly old army gear and other things I've used in my travels.


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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #39 on: March 31, 2010, 10:04:09 AM »

In the bag behind it all I have a tent, mummy style sleeping bag and small air matress.
I have water bottles with 44 steel mug
telescopic baton
sling shot
sharpening stone
larger and small folding saws, one to keep in the bag and one in my pocket
Bivvy bag
foil survival blanket
small guide books for info and to kill bordom
walkies
Tuna
first aid kit
soap bag
sewing kit
crank powered radio/torch
hunting/gutting knife and woodcraft knife
magnesium block
flint striker
whistle
headlamp
binoculars
waterproofs (behind gas mask)
550 paracord
compass
leatherman
personal alarm
zippo
A mouse trap
fold away cutlery and a small cooking pot
In the possibles pouch I have matches in a waterproof pot made out of an old shot gun cartridge, carabina clips, water purification tablets (also have them in the first aid kit and my water bottle pouch) and other odds and ends that might be usefull. Most of this fits in the outer pockets of the bag.


M12 100Ltr capacity tactical bag. I use it for travelling and BOB. Pretty good for camping too if on foot but I usually cycle into the woods when I camp and use my bikes pannier.
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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #40 on: March 31, 2010, 10:14:24 AM »
Forgot to mention the S10 Gas mask and Omega 4997 multi-band radio.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #41 on: April 09, 2010, 06:53:42 PM »
Hey guys,

By BOB is a little different than most of the others, so I thought it might be of interest to some of you.  I live and work in and around Los Angeles.  So, I wanted to build a BOB that I could take with me in the car or on my person every day.  It is not as extensive as some of the other great bags people have posted.  But, it's small and portable, weighing in at 9 pounds.  Perfect for my urban EDC.  (I also take it hiking and camping.)

Keep in mind that the more equipment you have, the less skills you need to know; the less equipment you carry the more skills you need to know.  So, carry what you feel comfortable working with in a survival/self reliance situation.  (That being said, I do have another much larger survival kit that is not suitable for EDC.) 

Here is my EDC Bag.



The bag is a Maxpedition Sabercat, which can be carried as a hand bag, or worn as a shoulder bag or a hip pack.  It  has lots of pockets, retention straps, pouches, etc.



In the Top Pocket:
1 Leatherman Wave multitool
1 LED flashlight with 3 AAA batteries (white and red light)
1 compass
1 space pen
1 magnesium flint fire starter
1 P38 can opener
1 small canister of dryer lint (tinder)
1 box storm proof matches
1 Trees of North America guidebook
1 Bic lighter
1 signaling mirror
1 Whistle
3 trioxane pouches (fire starter)
1 small calculator
1 Inventory List (of the Bag)



In the Main Pocket:
1 knife (5 in. fixed blade, Fallkniven NL4) with custom leather sheath and sharpening stone
1 Wool cap (100% wool)
50 ft. of 550 paracord
1 Buff wrap (headwear)
1 3600 calorie food brick/bar
1 XL bandana
1 emergency poncho
1 survival blanket
1 pouch toilet paper
1 small roll guerrilla tape/duct tape wrapped around a phone card
1 Small sewing kit with safety pins
1 small metal camping coffee cup
1 small travel towel
1 Aquamira Frontier water filter straw
1 Large black trash bag



In The Front Pocket: (Medical Kit)
1 pack Tissues
12” X 12” aluminum foil
3 Emergen-C pouches
2 packets instant coffee single serve
1 Cliff Bar
1 roll gauze tape
1 Purell hand sanitizer
1 temporary filling, tooth repair kit
1 2” wide roll of gauze
1 vicodin pain killers
1 vial of eye drops
1 jar of water purifying tablets
1 roll of Tums antacid
1 Chapstick with SPF 15
5 pouches of Advil (2 pills ea.)
2 single serving Neosporin packs
4 alcohol antiseptic wipes
4 regular size bandaids
1 medium-large bandaid
1 XL bandaid
1 2X2 sterile gauze dressing
1 4X4 sterile gauze dressing
6 chewable Pepto Bismol pills
4 Benadryl Antihistamine pills
4 Pepsid indigestion pills
2 Imodium pills
2 sinus/cold daytime pills
1 QuikClot Silver hemostatic agent
1 Watergel burn dressing (large)
2 Watergel burn ointment pouches

In the side pockets:
1 pepper spray (Sabre #HM-80)
1 Celox-A hemostatic with applicator for puncture wounds
5 packs of Stay Alert caffeine gum
1 spoon
Shoulder Strap

The things I’m looking to add are:
o   A very light tarp/shelter
o   Small saw
o   Pot/bowl
o   Water bladder/bag to store water
o   Maps
o   Ranger beads
o   Work gloves (leather)
o   Water bottle (stainless steel)
o   Suture kit
o   Snare wire
o   Book on wild edibles
o   Pepper spray holster (for Sabre HM-80)
o   Write in the rain paper pad
o   Small toothbrush
o   Head lamp
o   Small vial of salt
o   Small list of first aid/medical instructions
o   Ankle wrap
o   Tourniquet
o      Hand Held HAMM radio

If anyone has any suggestions for the items I'm looking to add, or anything I may have missed, please let me know.

Thanks,

-ursus-

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #42 on: April 18, 2010, 01:13:44 PM »
Found this photo of a Polish Survival Pack.   ;D


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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #43 on: April 19, 2010, 04:04:56 PM »
This is my EDC get home bag.  It will live in my trunk.

I chose the Eastern Mountain Sports "Free Range" bag.  I decided upon this, over using my 3000cu inch expedition bag. 

Living and working in a primarily urban environment, I wanted something that offered more maneuverability, and was a bit more low key. 

If anything were to happen, I will be mostly following main roads and highways.

This is still a work in progress.  More things are going to find their way in.








I attached my fixed blade to the shoulder strap for easy drawing.



Working from left to right.

Pair of Leather work gloves
Leatherman Blast
SOG Seal Pup
El Cheapo folding knife
1.25 lb Hatchet
LED flashlight
Iodine water purifier tabs
Nalgene bottle
Katadyn water filter
Solar/Crank AM/FM Flashlight
Plastic Poncho
Solar Blanket
Jet Boil Stove w/ fuel
2 freeze dried meals
Mainstay 1200 Calorie bar
Misc bag from mre
N95 respirators
First Aid Kit
3 bottles water
Complete change of clothes
Bar of soap
Toilet Paper
50' of 350 Cord
25' of Velcro


Items still needed:

Spare Batteries
Headlamp
Fire starter
State Atlas
Handheld Police Scanner (I wanna know what the radio isn't telling me)

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #44 on: April 21, 2010, 06:41:10 AM »
Pics and contents please...

like the man said, back on track please

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #45 on: August 03, 2010, 07:55:14 AM »
As of 8-1-10

Bug Out Bag - BOB (Current Total Weight 15.4lbs excluding Glock and Ammo)

Tools
Fixed Blade Knife
Folding Knife
2 - Multipurpose Tool - Gerber and one cheap one for shaving magnesium
Gerber Folding Saw
Knife Sharpner
Binocular 10x25 compact

Water
MSR MiniWorks EX Water Filter (Filters 2000 liters)
2 - Aquamira Filtration Straws(Filters up to 20 gallons)
1 - Aluminum Water Bottles with Lanyard (Lanyards have 7’ of Paracord)
1 - Canteen with Steel Cooking Cup
Small container with two ounces of bleech

Fire Starting
2 - Boxes Matches
1 - Magnesium fire starter
1- Windproof Lighter
Refillable Butane container for windproof lighter

Hygiene
1 bar of Soap
2 Small bottles of hand sanitizer
1 Small bottle Shampoo
Toothpaste
3 - Toothbrushes
Dental Floss
2 Disposable Razors
Manicure set with clippers, scissors, and file

Medical
1 Bottle Ibuprophen
1 tube of anti bacterial Neosporin
8 Tablets of Benadryl
8 Tablets of Ibuprophen Cold and Sinus
Sun Screen 30 SPF
Rolaids Small Tube Pack
Irrigation Syringe
Bandages

Comfort
3 - Emergency Blankets
3 - Emergency Ponchos
2 - Bandanas
10 small individual packs of Grape Koolaid
Seal Skin Waterproof Socks

Directional
Motorola Droid GPS - works off of GPA Satellites
Compass

Light
Mini Mag Light
Headlamp various lighting options
Coleman Aluminum Light 85 Lumens LED

Power
12 - AA Batteries
12 - AAA Batteries
(See Misc for Midland ER102 Radio with charging crank USB port)

Miscellaneous Items
Midland ER102 Emergency Radio (with Charging Crank and USB Ports)
50’ Paracord
2 13 gallon trash bags
1 Notepad and Pencil
1 Whistle
2 washcloths
2 handtowels
1 Deck of Playing Cards

Firearm
Glock G19 with an additional 4 spare mags (75 rds) total

Note: I haven’t got my Calories, I have enough room for two MREs
Thought of adding a small  tarp (Thoughts?)

Notes Items needed to add:
Plastic spoon & fork or spork
two pairs of latex or non latex gloves
zip ties




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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #46 on: August 03, 2010, 11:51:08 PM »
Quote from: Mainstreet American;1792645
So here it is... my BOB. Before we start I built mine with the intent of being able to survive for upwards of a week or more away from home. I could with this pack completely abandon home and go on the move. However I have to think about my family. I have a wife, and two sons in tow when we move. More on that at the end.


Your basic large Alice pack.


Here is a wide angle of everything in it.

We will start with the fire power

A little small for my taste but it’s my wife’s, and still a great gun
Bersa Thunder 380 (about 75 rounds)


On top the Mossberg 500 Persuader (about 40 rounds)
Below is a 30-06 make I don’t know it was handed down from my grandpa to my father, to me now.

Now for the goodies!

In this picture we have a small pack of fire making materials (five different ways to make fire)
A survival book, first aid book, and a book about knots and what not.
First aid kit with some extras


One pack as trash bags, baby wipes and TP.
Sewing kit and jean material if needed for whatever
Duck tape


6x6 tarp
About 150 feet of paracord
2 ltr bladder


Ok first the pocket fishing kit, extra line, and a stringer
Bungee cord, a little extra rope


9x12 2mil husky crop cloth (Tent if needed)
10x20 1mil drop cloth
Another shot of the first aid and fire starter


Several knives
Machete
Glowsticks
OFF (Deep Woods)


Last but not least enough clothes for five days compressed in a space bag.

Ok so as mentioned before I will have three others in tow with me when we have to bug out. It’s possible up to four others as well (Family living close by). One of my sons is 13 no worries about him really. My other son is only 16 months though so that poses a problem. My wife is a city girl who rejects the idea of having to bug out to a remote location. As you can see from the above pics I am set. I have another large ALICE and I was thinking of stuffing clothes for them in that one and my older son can carry it. That way my wife can tend to the baby while on the move. As far as food goes I have not purchased what we will use yet, but it’s coming soon. My pack as it is now with what you see above is 43 pounds and I am good with that.

So what are your thoughts? FYI I have not finished the pack I need a couple more things like weapon cleaning (this is for longer term bug out), and a few more bladders.


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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #47 on: August 04, 2010, 01:02:31 AM »
How many clothes do you have packed in that "space bag,"  Mainstreet?

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #48 on: August 04, 2010, 01:27:27 AM »
How many clothes do you have packed in that "space bag,"  Mainstreet?

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I have a towel (pretty thick)
Five shirts (three sleeveless, and two sleeved)
Four pairs of underwear
Four "wife beaters"
Three pairs of socks
Four pairs of shorts (This will change with the weather)
I pack this because I am a sweater... Now when the weather changes the bag will change.

Now with that said I am accepting the fact that I may have to wear these clothes for two days each. I have soap in the BOB to clean whatever. Plus in my map pack I have directions on how to make soap and other cleaning products. I have directions on how to do all sorts of other things that is because my wife is a city mouse. I could if needed add another two to three sets of underwear to the pack, and shirts. I am using a large space bag. It fits perfectly to my Large ALICE pack. What I have now fits perfectly in to the right corner of the pack I will take a pic and show you where it is. I cleaned my closet today and added a bunch of stuff to the space bags, I ran out. I used a normal trash bag with draw strings, I placed the vacuumed on the clothes and bunched the bag up around it and sucked out the air. I did not seal the bag I am going to check the bag in a few days and make adjustments as needed and post them. You can make space nags out of anything as long as you keep the air out of it. This option saves so much space.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #49 on: August 04, 2010, 01:36:21 AM »
I have to correct my previous statement...

I can get up to two weeks of clothes in this space bag with the space bag, your question got me wondering. Now with that said if you do two weeks of clothes then you sacrifice over 1/4 of your bob. I plan to vacume seal most everything in the bag. Once I have this done I will post pics. Sorry y'all but right now I am scanning all our inportant docs and put them on a flash drive.

FYI some of these bag leak, so test them before commiting them them your long term BOB.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #50 on: August 04, 2010, 01:52:45 AM »
I have to correct my previous statement...

I can get up to two weeks of clothes in this space bag with the space bag, your question got me wondering. Now with that said if you do two weeks of clothes then you sacrifice over 1/4 of your bob. I plan to vacume seal most everything in the bag. Once I have this done I will post pics. Sorry y'all but right now I am scanning all our inportant docs and put them on a flash drive.

FYI some of these bag leak, so test them before commiting them them your long term BOB.


Keep in mind that these items are compressed, so if you open them then you can roll and compress them again (as many times as you want, but I don't think you'll get the same type compression as useing a vacume. So plan for that.) I plan on packing all my family's clothes in the other large alice pack and anything else missed (Food for up to two weeks)once I have them all in order I will post pics.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #51 on: August 09, 2010, 09:49:25 AM »
Not sure how to edit my previous post as I need to add the pictures again so posting them here instead. I wont list the contents again as its all a few posts above.



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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #52 on: August 17, 2010, 12:17:13 PM »







I'm not going to list everything individually, I think you can pretty much tell what I have.  The pack with contents weighs about 45lbs without ammo and weapons.  I've had experience lugging heavy packs around in the military (alot less comfortable packs) and practice from time to time with some day hikes to keep myself in shape.  My wife and 5yr old daughter, and even my dog have their own packs however I cary most of the gear.  Theirs consist of mostly personal items, a little food, and extra water.  If anyone has any questions or input on what I've got or lacking please feel free to comment!

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #53 on: August 17, 2010, 12:28:28 PM »
I did leave out a folding wood saw that I picked up the other day.  Also the clear plastic case on the far right side of the contents of the bag is a small fishing tackle box.  Also the 6 small blue clips in the center towards the top are tarp clips.  Clips that lock onto a tarp which allow you to attach rope without putting holes in it!  I think everything else is recognizable!
« Last Edit: August 17, 2010, 12:34:31 PM by Tactical Hippie »

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #54 on: August 17, 2010, 06:15:09 PM »

...The things I’m looking to add are:

o   Pot/bowl


... ::) Only in California - LOL! (jk)

I live in an urban environment too (DC metro) and have to say you have a good looking EDC bag... I especially like the pepper spray Sabre makes some really good stuff and it's a great alternative for when 'carrying' isn't possible (I have the cs teargas / pepper spray combo). I work in the burbs about 4 miles from home and keep a machete, a hatchet, a folding blade and other goodies in my car, but if I had to metro into the city everyday I would want to carry something like that. Very nice! -MH

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #55 on: October 26, 2010, 09:21:23 PM »
Road Flares; great for starting a fire under difficult situation and EXCELLENT for keeping a crowd away.  One in each hand will keep most away without using lethal force.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #56 on: November 01, 2010, 04:10:50 AM »
Some fantastic ideas here, nice bags ive learnt a few things about what is important.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #57 on: November 19, 2010, 11:45:13 AM »
Everything here looks awesome.
I have ony one comment - I don't see too many socks and foot powder here.
If you are bugging out, and need to do a lot of hiking, you need to change your socks REGULARLY. Like at least twice a day.

Other than that fellas, nicely done!

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #58 on: November 19, 2010, 01:29:15 PM »
I have 2 pairs of socks in my BOB.

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Re: Post Pictures of Your Bug Out Bags
« Reply #59 on: December 01, 2010, 10:43:28 AM »
Thanks everyone for posting pictures and gear list, gives me somewhere to start building my wife’s and mine. ;D