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  • Bug Out Pry Bar

    This could be a really important tool for your bug out.

    Think about the need to breach windows, doors, padlocks etc in any survival or disaster situation

    Check it out it's a new advanced version of the fubar

    http://www.stanleytools.com/default....ble+Entry+Tool

  • #2
    I grant you this is a great tool but the 9 lbs. makes it a garage tool not something I can put in my car or consider for the Bug-out-bag. Thanks for sharing it though.

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    • #3
      that's def a great vehicle tool, why wouldn't you keep that on hand in the vehicle?
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      • #4
        Weight. Every pound I carry in my car is fewer miles per gallon. That is the same reason I don't cary many things I would like to carry. That is also the same reason I don't drive a four-wheel drive truck/SUV/Jeep.

        I drive a 27-30 mpg paid for 2004 car for the 90-minute commute instead. No it is not a BOV but living in suburbia I can't afford one nor have a place for one anyway. Instead I keep spare emergency belts, oil, 12v microcompressor, jump battery, folding t-bar, collapsible emergency gas can, tools, radio and BOB in the trunk. I figure that weight is bad enough but MUCH more likely to be useful than a breacher tool.

        Your mileage (literally) may vary but for me the weight is the reason I don't carry more in the car. Then again I am preparing for specific situations not ANYTHING survivalist missions where I instantly become a patriot guerrilla fighter. Not mocking those who are just pointing it out.
        Last edited by das; 09-15-2008, 08:40 AM.

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        • #5
          I'd challange you to add 20lbs to your truck, and demonstrate a real world mpg documented difference, this would be interesting, and I think you'll find your self hard pressed to find a corelation.
          WHAT IF THE AMERICA YOU KNEW, WAS ABOUT TO CHANGE?

          The best thing you can do to support the site is pass it on to your friends and fav sites like other forums, facebook, twitter etc. Let people know about us! :)

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          • #6
            I didn't make my point clearly...it isn't the single item it is the total weight. My fat butt plus equipment does make a difference.

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