Ammunition and Bug-Out-Bags – Frank Talk About Guns
The Bug Out Bag is also known as the 72-hour kit, grab bag or battle box. However you want to say it, it’s basically a bag of everything you could possibly need for the next 3 or so days. Such as: Food (dehydrated food and lots of protein bars are good choices), water (or better yet, water purification tablets), small first aid kit, matches (or even better, flint & stainless steel), space blanket(s), guns & ammo (or a melee weapon if that’s your cup of tea), a great pair of gloves, map, knife, and 550 cord. Those are some basic items in a survival kit.
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Bug-out bag: What to pack for a disaster
But all kidding aside, how prepared are you? “I am not a doomsday vigilante that some occasionally associate with the topic,” says Creek Stewart , author of “Build the Perfect Bug Out Bag: Your 72-Hour Disaster Survival Kit ,” who agreed to answer our questions. “My philosophy is this: prepare for real disasters that happen to regular people on a regular basis.” Surprisingly, the emergencies Stewart alludes to are not associated with a global pandemic or collapse of our government. They’re events like Katrina, Superstorm Sandy, wildfires and the recent Oklahoma tornadoes.
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