Got Your Bug-out Bag Packed?

Bug Out Bag 2.0

It’s an impressive setup, with safety and secrecy paramount. The government began planning it in 1958 and it stood ready for use, though it never was. In 1992, Ted Gup, an investigative reporter, disclosed its existence, and within four years the government stopped funding. Still, the attention to detail, engineering and defense fascinates the preppers. They devote time to shopping, stocking and planning. Kara and Braxton Southwick of Utah have regular jobs — she works for a financial company; he is a mechanic — but their free time is spent prepping to survive the smallpox epidemic he’s certain is coming. “If I can convince one person to have a bug-out bag and a plan out of the city and three days’ food and water,” Braxton says, it will have justified doing the show. Bug-out bags are what people grab when fleeing disaster. They are stocked with food and the means of purifying water and starting fires, according to Scott Hunt and Dave Kobler, co-founders of Practical Preppers, LLC, a company that determines how prepared people are and rates preppers on the show. “I think we are in the last moments of our last days,” Hunt says.
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The zombie apocalypse bug out bag

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Hope and Change, Obama style, is coming down to aPeople on the Movea. A change of clothing and toothbrush are already waiting in what preppers call the aBug Out Baga. Put a Bible in there now while youare thinking about it. Along with the MREas and medicine, a Bible is a Godsend in times of trouble. Long after food and medicine need replacing, the Bible you carry will be there to feed the soul. Just reading the Bible can be a comfort and an inspiration to put things in perspective when the going gets rough. In times of fear and worry, the Bible will be a gathering focus for families. The Holy Book tells stories of how the migrants from other dark times came out of the darkness into the light. The stories are more captivating than the ones in other books, because every one of them is true. Coming days may be darker than the ones that passed during the past four and a half years. The time could be coming when it may be impractical or even dangerous to venture out of where you are to a church. In those circumstances, your Bible will be your family priest or pastor.
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Build the perfect ‘bug out’ bag

Even Pinterest that online home for all things bucolic has boards dedicated to the bug-out bag. And Uncrate, a digital magazine for guys who love stuff, did a popular feature on the bug-out bag . Bugging out, in the parlance of survivalists, is making the decision to evacuate your home due to a disaster. Most of us are not prepared to evacuate, but we can get more comfortable with the idea if we follow some simple rules and tips outlined by Stewart. To help prioritize what should go into a bug-out bag, Stewart points to the Three Rules of Survival, which presume that a person can survive for three hours without shelter in extreme conditions, three days without water and three weeks without food.
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Bug-out bag: What to pack for a disaster

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Bug Out Bags?

You may attach a jacket an extra pair of clothes to the outside of your bag, but keep the inside free of bulky items such as that. The Bug Out Bag’s purpose is to get you through the next few days while you assess the situation and come up with a plan for future survival. So, when the apocalypse hits, all you’ll need to do is grab the bag and run! Or drive or ride or however you plan on escaping. It’s a good idea to have multiple Bug Out Bags . One in the car, in your home, and possibly at your place of work. Be aware, though, if you decide to take one to work, you most likely won’t be able to carry a weapon in it since I’m sure most establishments wouldn’t care for that. However, if you have one near by in your car, that should be just fine.
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Bring a Bible in your ‘Bug-out’ Bag

Sign in to YouTube Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to dislike GQPREPPER’s video. Add to Sign in to YouTube Sign in with your Google Account (YouTube, Google+, Gmail, Orkut, Picasa, or Chrome) to add GQPREPPER’s video to your playlist. There have been a few things to change over the past year, but not much. Mainly the water system has changed from bladder to container system. This bag remains in my car at all times unless there is an emergency at my home. Want to know where to get the colored zipper bags? Click here –… Category
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Why? Because I was more concerned about not exhausting yourself while having the basics. Now, after reading and studying more, I’ve changed my outlook: get the absolute biggest pack you can manage – because you will fill it and still have to leave things out that you’d rather not. Also, the Bugout Bag shouldn’t be seen as the end-all be-all answer to escaping your situation. Your G.O.O.D. vehicle should be seen that way – and it should be preloaded with a few items (different article). The Bugout Bag should be seen as what you have to grab when your vehicle is disabled or out of gas and you have no choice but to leave it.
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Bug-out bag for dogs: are both you and your dog ready?

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Theyre simply examples of what to look for when you build your dogs BOB. BOB Must-Haves: Pack: A pack for your dog so they can carry as much of their own gear as possible. A nameplate firmly affixed to the bag with both yours and your dogs information is up to personal discretion, but if you do it, put it on the inside, not on the outside where just anyone can read it. Ruffwears Palisades pack has bladders for water and a handle on the shoulders meant for lifting your dog over objects. Ruffwears Approach packs (multiple generations) and Doggles’ The Extreme Pack are also great choices.
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The ultimate bug-out bag revealed at SHOT show

The 2.8 ounce tool has a 3.5 inch serrated blade and a fine blade, and its just 8 inches long. Recon task light A reliable flashlight is fundamental to emergency preparedness. The Recon Task Lights L.E.D format uses D.I.A.L., Diode Illumination Adjustable Lens, a design that means you can dial in one of four colors as you need it for each purpose. For general situations it has a white light and to preserve night vision it has red. It also includes a blue light to identify fluids and a green light for map reading. Keep your weapon ready Its hard not to heart FrogLube — in addition to having the best weapon-maintenance product on the market, the company also gives a portion of proceeds to three very worthy causes the Navy SEAL Warrior Foundation, Lone Survivor Foundation and Troops Direct.
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One Response to Got Your Bug-out Bag Packed?

  1. Having a good 72 hr bag is an essential part of being prepared for any kind of disaster.

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