What is in your BOB or Vest?


Treo

Bullet Proof
A monkey absolute must have
 

M1911a1lvr

New member
My BOB and Vest carries everything i will need to survive with for 1 week, can be stretched out to 10 days. If I need to carry more then 10 days worth, then it is a major break down in civilization and I will start to plan for the long term by assessing my needs and depending on what the situation is, What my actions will be to accomplish those goals. Now where i live it is pretty remote and off the main roads. So I can hold for awhile in my house, before i would actually need to bug out into the wild.
 

Iam2Taz

New member
Shows that I really need to go to the GS this week and get a GOOD back pack! Start to slowly put it together. I have some stuff handy and ready to go, but not that much stuff.
Good list to work from!
 

gunnerbob

PEW Professional
Added my Kel-Tec SU16B to the bag recently. Also made another BOB, this one is little smaller but it'll work for now. Oh yeah, added my Llama .380acp and Arcus 98DAC 9mm with 3 mags and 50 loose rounds each to the bags for last resort weapons.

Need to build up the bags in the vehicles now, they have a little bit in them already but could use some reinforcement.
 

agrippakc

New member
Everything. It's an XL ALICE pack, anybody remember those? LOL. It weighs a ton, but once its on its good to go and is only going to get lighter.
 

Red Dragon

New member
I have a GHB in my vehicle (and a similar one in my wife's van) which is my main bag.

It's long:
Emergency Devices
Small Multi-tool
One pair of lightweight gloves
20’ – 550 parachute cord
10x25 Binoculars
Hearing protection (ear plugs)
Eye protection (tinted for use as sunglasses and/or clear lenses)
Large folding knife (4" blade) and/or fixed blade knife
$20.00 (20 x $1.00)
Extra mag for handgun (if you choose)
Duct tape around one of the water bottles
Wire saw with rings
Wet Wipes (small, travel size)
Radio (battery or crank type)
Small hand shovel, folding (U-Dig-It type)
SAS survival guide (for family members/spouse who is not as knowledgeable as they should be)

Fire/Light
2 – LED flashlights (with flashlights - two is one, one is none)
Extra batteries (2 x AA)
2 – Lighters
5 – Vaseline coated cotton balls in Ziploc bag
Flint and magnesium fire starter and/or lifeboat matches

Signaling
Signal mirror
Emergency Whistle
Signal strobe light (w/ extra battery)

Shelter/Protection
Mylar lined survival sleeping bag/blanket
Hat
Sunblock
Chapstick with SPF protection
Poncho/rain jacket & pants
Insect repellent

Food/Water
Canteen type cup
1 pack of coast guard rations (recommended) or 3-4 energy bars
5 – Drink mixes
2-liters of water (2 x 1-liter bottles)
Potable aqua tablets/water filter

Medical
First aid kit including:
Some band aids
Ibuprofen & Tylenol (small bottle)
Benadryl tablets (or other antihistamine)
Pressure bandage
Moleskin
Hand Sanitizer
Super Glue

Direction finding
1-2 Compasses (two is one, one is none)
Local map

Miscellaneous
Pencil/Sharpie
Notepad/paper
Toilet paper (1/2 roll)

I also keep a Kel Tec Sub2000 with a 17rnd and 33rnd Glock magazine in a waterproof bag in the backpack.

I'm using the LA Police Gear 3-day backpack in the clearance section that is only $30. It is an AMAZING bag for the price!

Red
 

festus

God Bless Our Troops!!!
That is a great and very complete list.

Glad to see you prepped well in advance!!!!!
 

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