Extreme Bug Out Bag

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We made this instructable because we needed to go through the inventory and thought we would share it with you. This bag is packed for two people and one day to survive in any weather.

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Step 1: Food and Water

  1. One jar of peanut butter
  2. Two granola bars
  3. One pack of emergency food rations
  4. Twenty-Five ounces of drinking water

Step 2: First Aid Supplies

  1. First aid guide
  2. Sterile bandages, assorted sizes
  3. Safety pins
  4. Isopropyl alcohol prep pads
  5. Antibiotic ointment
  6. Two pair rubber gloves
  7. Sterile gauze pads
  8. Tweezers
  9. Antiseptic towelettes
  10. Sunscreen
  11. Tongue depressor blades
  12. Aspirin
  13. Anti diarrhea medication
  14. Antacid
  15. Laxative
  16. Vitamins
  17. Cold compress
  18. Splinter out

Step 3: Tools and Emergency Supplies

  1. Radio with a hand crank and solar panel that you can charge cell phones
  2. Shaker flashlight
  3. Headlamp with extra batteries
  4. Waterproof matches
  5. Multi tool
  6. Gas shut-off wrench
  7. Work gloves
  8. Duct tape
  9. Scissors
  10. Whistle
  11. Multi tool shovel
  12. Candles
  13. Rope
  14. Plastic sheeting
  15. Compass

Step 4: Clothes and Bedding

  1. Two ponchos
  2. Socks
  3. Two space blankets
  4. Shemagh
  5. Body, toe, and hand warmers

Step 5: Specialty

  1. Dust masks
  2. Pistol and ammo
  3. Paper, pen and/or pencil
  4. Deck of cards
  5. Sharp sturdy fixed blade
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    10 Discussions

    What exactly is the "situation" you are preparing for? (Ex: nuclear fallout, emp, government collapse, zombies, etc)

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    Just a basic emergency..but if there are zombies outside I'm bringing more firepower than my sidearm lol

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    Grant134Sherriff

    Reply 2 years ago

    Um, fishing and sewing kits would be extremely useful in a survival situation.

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    Nik and ianGrant134

    Reply 2 years ago

    I agree but my pack is only intended for 1 day so there is plenty of food and duct tape if needed

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    zacharymartin1

    2 years ago

    i'm glad shemaghs are catching on in western culture. i've been wearing one for years to brave the new york winters. i have to admit i do occasionally get called a terrorist (im irish, but you cant tell when i have the shemagh wrapped), but hey, small price to pay.

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    Nik and ianzacharymartin1

    Reply 2 years ago

    Lol yes I enjoy them as well but I am a Greek with a beard so even after I take it off I get some looks lol but im warm