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I would pack :

One forty-five automatic..
Two boxes of ammunition...
Four days' concentrated emergency rations...
One drug issue containing antibiotics , morphine
vitamin pills, pep pills , sleeping pills , tranquilizer pills...
One miniature combination Russian phrase book and Bible...
One hundred dollars in rubies...
One hundred dollars in gold...
Nine packs of chewing gum...
One issue of prophylactics...
Three Lipsticks...
Three pair of nylon stockings...

:D
Andy
Shoot! A fellow could have a real good time in Vegas with that...
 
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Nowhere to run to.. but..
TP, various meds an old fart needs.
pistol w/ammo, fmj/hp, probably 9mm...
.357 on hip, 12 ga pump security shotgun.
matches, flint/steel/magnesium block
cooking kit, mess kit
big bowie, smaller knives, pocket knife.
Dried foodstuffs. Miso.
water bags, canteen
exotic herbs and spices, salt, potassium chloride substitute.
cooking oil
bleach for water purification, lifestraw..
WHAT ANDY SAID...
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Handgun and ammo
Rain gear
Cash
Nicotine
Water filter bottle (sawyer)
Knife
quick colt
Pain killers
Toilet paper
Colman camp stove
Small tent
Rice
Cans of beans or chili
Socks
A couple water bottles
Maps
Lighters/matches
Tarp and blanket
50' of Mule tape (it's a thin strong rope)
Passport
 
Rubbers. Just in case something comes up.
I may be sitting just under the arc of the comment here, but as humorous as some may think this suggestion to be... unlubricated rubbers are actually pretty versatile items for a BO/SHTF bag. They're watertight, and can be used for transporting (a lot of different) liquids and also can be used to protect, i.e. muzzles if there was any danger of the muzzle of your weapon having to be used for digging, etc. Not to mention the prescribed use :) Just don't forget to add lube in that case.
 
I may be sitting just under the arc of the comment here, but as humorous as some may think this suggestion to be... unlubricated rubbers are actually pretty versatile items for a BO/SHTF bag. They're watertight, and can be used for transporting (a lot of different) liquids and also can be used to protect, i.e. muzzles if there was any danger of the muzzle of your weapon having to be used for digging, etc. Not to mention the prescribed use :) Just don't forget to add lube in that case.
Are we talking ribbed or standard?
 
Trying not to duplicate what has already been suggested:

Small camp lantern
Multi tool
Bucket (collapsible or pack other items inside)
Liquid camp soap
Petroleum jelly
Insect repellent
Rope

Thinking outside the box here:

How about one of those electric mini chain saws? The wife talked me into buying one for her to use in the yard and it's pretty great. Came with 2 batteries and 3 extra chains.


Daughter gave me a Ryobi storm kit. It has a lantern, radio, and power inverter that has 120 volt and USB outlets. I keep it in the car but could also be used at home during winter storm power outages, etc. The only fault I can find with it is that the radio does not have an AM band.


Of course, for the above items, you'd have to keep the batteries at full charge, and would probably want to standardize brands for battery compatability, and carry extra batteries.
 

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