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  • Let's see your BOB!

    Wanted to know and see what everyone here is using for thei bug out bag, let's see your packs, and feedback on them! Anyone using anything nice like kifaru or maxpedition?
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    You've seen my 'Oh, Poop' Bag, this is one I carry when on horse back. It's just an old pistol fanny pack but it carries the Swiss Army survival kit and some other stuff with-out getting too bulky.
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    • #3
      Will probably get one written up on my new BOB when I get it loaded up and tweaked to my liking. It will be a heavy SOB, but I can carry it. My bag is also setup to 'camp out' in case I get snowed in somewhere (BTDT) so a lot of items are setup for that and lots of redundancy... but redundancy is heavy!!! :D
      73

      later,
      ZA

      Someday someone may kill you with your own gun, but they should have to
      beat you to death with it because it is empty.

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        Contents:
        Large top-flap padded innerframe backpack
        ~0 degrees F mummy bag with zippable side vents
        Compact dome tent
        Small Kerosene lantern and 1qt bottle kerosene
        Empty Folgers coffee can (for water collection)
        Cookpot and frypan
        varous teas
        Salt, pepper, tabasco
        Coghlan's flint and tinder box
        Small sewing kit including mini scissors
        Tasco 12x25 mini binoculars and case
        .22LR with 2-7x32 scope.
        Rifle cleaning kit
        .22LR rounds, 550 Federal, and 400 American Eagle w/2 10-round clips
        Engineer compass
        Single-piece hatchet
        U.S. Army KaBar combat knife
        4 survival guides of different authors.
        Ziploc freezer bag full of hunks of parafin wax. (to aid in fire starting and rain retardant)

        NOT PICTURED:
        Foldable spade/shovel
        various lengths of nylon polyester rope
        Additional clothing.

        Yes, it all fits...but it's kinda heavy.
        Last edited by Visinedrops; 01-01-2009, 02:59 PM. Reason: forgot to add the wax
        "Reject the basic assumptions of civilization, especially the importance of material possessions." "The things you own end up owning you"-Tyler Durden

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        • #5
          just bought another med alice pack today will try to get pics up of both of them this week
          the pack that plays together stays together

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