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A bug-out bag or BOB is a portable kit that normally contains the items one would require to survive for 72 hours when evacuating from a disaster, although some kits are designed to last longer periods. Other names for such a bag are a 72-hour kit, battle box, grab bag, go bag, GOOD bag (get out of Dodge), INCH bag (I'm never coming home), personal emergency relocation kit (PERK), or quick run bag (QRB).The focus is on evacuation, rather than long-term survival, distinguishing the bug-out bag from a survival kit, an aviation or a boating emergency kit, or a fixed-site disaster supplies kit. The kits are also popular in the survivalism subculture.
Have a like new Boyt rolling duffel / range bag. My father had it and never used it. Price online shows $360, offering at half price for $180 cash obo. Hard to capture size & composure of bag, but here’s a link to their site for reference. Thanks for looking...
This is a great military surplus bag that has limitless uses. I used a similar bag on my deployment in 2010 and it held the majority of my ready gear.
This bag is Army green and shows only light wear around the corners. Is missing one buckle (about a dollar on Amazon) and has no tears or...
In perfect condition. The .243 has less than 20 rounds through it and was hunted one season, the .22 and 20 gauge are unfired. Ideal first gun or bug out firearm.
Every Rossi matched set incorporates transfer bar technology for added safety as well as a manual safety on the receiver.
Decided to see what I could pack into this 1980s, 1990s era backpack made by a seamstress named Judy; which is a heavy Cordura Nylon copy of a WW2 10th Mountain Rucksack. It is about the same size as the standby of Large ALICE pack, but quite a bit heavier, and far more sturdy due to the...
A four-part article:
New Zealand: Thoughts After Seven Years, by Nivek
New Zealand: Thoughts After Seven Years, Part 2, by Nivek
New Zealand: Thoughts After Seven Years, Part 3, by Nivek
New Zealand: Thoughts After Seven Years, Part 4, by Nivek
In the last article the author provides...