One of the most common questions we hear is…
“I know I need a bug out bag, but what contents do I include?”
Many get stuck and easily overwhelmed thinking of all the items to choose from.
Selecting your bug out bag contents is one of the most crucial steps in preparing for an unforeseen event. You want to make sure the contents you select are trustworthy, dependable and cover the wide variety of scenarios you may encounter in a bug out situation. But at the same time, you need your bug out bag to be light enough to carry for long distances.
We hear your frustration! And that’s why we’ve put together a comprehensive resource of bug out bag contents that does just that. Check it out here and let us know if you have any questions!
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all good suggestions for starter survivalists thank you for getting my brain in gear.
Few things I’m needing to come up on, fire piston. One that’s not retardedly expensive considering what it’s made of in reality. 30$ is a bit high for a product that’s allmost a thousand years old. This is a primitive tool for Pete’s sake. A reasonably cheap bow. Take down if possible. Also survival wire or trip wire, as this is hard to find. I’m wanting to build a pocket hunting system, a slingbow, and need parts for the mod. Cheap and decent wrist rocket and a wisker bisket. I have the other items I’ll add to it. I’d like to find a water pump slash filter I can add charcoal and sand to as a filter media, if we really do need to bug out I bet premium water filters will be hard to get. Also hard to find. As is this next item. Burner bell for my svea 123 stove.and I’m most likely going to have to make this but a kit containing perimeter security componants, switches triggers small alarms ect.