Anything can happen at any time of day whether its a black out, a fire, a earthquake,  zombie apocalypse or CBRN attack It is always good to be prepared.

Step 1: The Basics

Usually one I.C.E pack will be good for all four of these emergences so good things to include are

-Emergency blankets/Space blankets (depending on how many people are in your house. There the real thin shiny blanket things you can pick them up at Walmart or any where that sells camping supplys)
-Flash-lights (preferably the wind up or non battery powered kind if not then have extra batteries)
-Canned food/water (at least enough so you can hold down the fort for at least a month)
-Extra clothing (hot wear to cold wear)
-Water purifier (for when you run out of water)
-Knife or multi tool (never know when it comes in handy)
-First-aid kit (depending on what you're doing it could range from very basic to complex)
-Rain gear/Sun gear (I guess that would be included extra clothing)
-Fire starter(s)
-Generator (If you are able to stay in your house)
-Gas masks (good to have even if you don't need them)
Doesn't that bunker fill with water ?
<p>The bunker should be airtight to prevent that</p>
<p>There may be a minor, but catastrophic flaw in that plan.</p>
I don't think so
Those bunkers have saved my cities oh so many times. Bloody people who can't play nice!
<p>I'm guessing Civilization?</p>
<p>(MINOR) Correction: The FN P90 uses high-velocity 5.7x28mm rounds. 9mm rounds are usually used by pistols.</p>
If im not mistaken the P90 fits 50 bullets, and it's 5.7 mm. <br>Gun + 50 bullets = 3Kg
I think so

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