What Can you carry in a "bug out" Drag Bag Limit it to 5 or 6 and consider weight including ammo in same, or separate duffel bag. Here's the scenario: Natural disaster, volcanos blow, OR faults under Willamette & Columbia Rivers open and part of Portland dissappears, OR Dam failure... flooding, bridges out. Last but not least, Man made problems, Financial collapse, riots in streets. Enemy attack, limited tactical nukes, Coastal & river ports invasion... What ever, you HAVE to go, NO BUGGING IN, and a bug out vehicle is only going to get you a short distance and now your on foot and being pursued ( by bullets, lava, flood waters, fall out, whatever). You've got to carry your gear by hand (duffel etc.., Drag Bag- on your back or as you choose, but you have to carry all your other gear too. In fact if you don't carry it you won't have it again! No more running into Bi-Mart or Wally World for extra shells. Considering the weight are you really going to want to carry 400 12Ga. oobucks. Have you ever loaded your 5 favorite EOTWAWKI weapons in a bag and carried them on your back? Remember you need, emergency pack, clothes, food, shelter, water etc also...and you have to carry it and look out for the others in your group or family! So what is your list really going to be? An M1 garand, a 50BMG, and a 12 Ga. with 500 rounds for each? Come on, get real! Put your weapons, ammo, and gear in bags hoist them up and tell me you're going to get 20 miles on foot with that. Now do it again for a couple weeks. Mine 1 .22 Revolver shoots s,l,lr, birdshot without feed problems 2 Hi Cap 9mm, NATO round can be found, light to carry in bulk. 3 Type of AR, NATO availability, Versatility, accuracy, Hi Cap portability 4 Bolt ie: rem 700 Mtn Rifle w/ top glass, Knock down, Range, Durability 5 Ruger KGP 100 6", 38 & 357 Defend & provide, Shoot, club, pry, shoot! and always a few good edge weapons. :thumbup: With what you've got right now... what are you going to CARRY?