My Personal Apocalptic Bug Out Bag Set

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About: Time for an update here lol, ik bout time. I'm a 21 year old twitch streamer and a member of the safe zone on twitch. I mainly stream alongside my lovely partner CasperWeasel93 and I love DIY, building mode...

Intro: My Personal Apocalptic Bug Out Bag Set

This contains my personal set of bug out bags, enough for 2 to survive for a week.
Hope you enjoy.
P.S. I'm in a prepper group for the zombie apocalypse (for those who haven't viewed my other ibles)  and have a personal teammate, so I had to make a set for us to be able to survive a week together while we find the rest of our team.

Step 1: Bag #1

contents:
1. Batteries (pack of 9V, AAA, AA, etc)
2. Walkies (set of 2)
3. (2)torches [flashlights]

Step 2: Bag #2

Contents:
1. Bottles of Water.
2. MRE's from tomsweet65 Link: https://www.instructables.com/id/MREs-on-the-cheap/
3. Salt packs.

Step 3: Bag #3

Contents:
Main compartment:
1. Clothing (packed very tightly)
2nd Compartment:
1. Hats (for shade)
2. No rinse soap (it's self explanatory)

Step 4: I Hope That This Helps You Out.

Thank you so much for viewing.

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    Mattakers

    4 years ago

    Oh ok. But I would take a couple life straws and MRE's for the hike to the location.

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    gunman15Mattakers

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    Actually, we each have a Brita filter bottle, we cycle filters out every 4-8 weeks, we each have a small bag for food so we don't get hungry in case of detour. as well as multiple rendezvous points throughout each city. and HAM radios in each vehicle.

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    TechPaulgunman15

    Reply 2 years ago

    avoid HAM radio, look for DPMR radios, same band as amateur but with an encrypted digital signal. If there is a true emergency I doubt there will be too many people checking to see what sort of radio you have . BTW most DPMR also do FM so there is some way to train.

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    TechPaulgunman15

    Reply 2 years ago

    brita filter bottles, according to the label, are for town water not to be used as with dirty water. Hardly a survival item, more for people who don't like bottled water.

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    gunman15gunman15

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    and in addition, we have a bunker location up north a bit, its isolated, concealed, and easily defendable

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    OutdoorKid

    3 years ago

    Well. Honestly this ible is very empty and needs improvement. No help whatsoever. Sorry

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    gunman15gunman15

    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    I have looked at them and we have been making them, and we have a nice stock pile going. we vaccum sealed em so they'd last a while longer too! ;)

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    Davice

    4 years ago on Introduction

    You Need probably a lot of luck.............

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    gunman15

    5 years ago on Introduction

    but we also have multiple bug out locations that are isolated where no one will know we are there.

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    gunman15Trogdayton

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Yes we are. We also have forged weaponry that we have made that we will have additionally.

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    zieak

    5 years ago on Introduction

    Do you have any photos of your bags? I need to put together something similar for emergencies.

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    gunman15zieak

    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    truthfully... no because i forgot where i placed my cord for my camera sorry.