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    Bug Out Weapons Bag

    One of the things that I want to discuss is a Bug Out Weapons Bag. No one knows what is going to be happened in the next moment like Earth Quake of 2005. It may be flood or any Natural disaster….. it may be anything, it may be any scenario but it is obvious that the last minutes grab is the essential one and one of the most important things to grab is a weapon system for critical situations.


    Here we discuss about some ideas to having gun gear ready if to evacuate in moments notice.

    Inputs are welcome by the members and it is better to be prepared.
    Last edited by Anjum; 10-03-2012 at 10:58 PM.
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    i suggest that a well equip vest is better then a bag. Now a days i m working on it. Few thing to carry are as under

    1 Pistol CZ 999 S with 10 additional meg
    1 shot gun Escort semi auto
    Almost 100 shot gun shot (different types)
    1 Knife S&W or Boker
    1 flash light

    suggestion are welcome
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    I don't recommend wearing a vest its too militaristic and could cause issues with military or law enforcement that are responding to the disaster.

    Some things I consider important are a good radio and spare batterys, water purifier, a couple tools for starting fire, basic first aid kit, small supply of food, LED flashlight(I use a Swiss made solar powered model but any that uses common batterys is good too) and of course my Glock and loaded spare mags.

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    Thats a very good and well thought out list Survivalist, thanks for linking it.

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    That list is prepared combining 23 lists from books, articles and websites and shortlisting keeping practicality in view. You can also seen my BoB equipment photos in some other threads on PG.

    http://www.pakguns.com/showthread.ph...light=survival

    http://www.pakguns.com/showthread.ph...light=survival

    I have added more items over time and disposed off some less usables. will update later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Survivalist View Post

    In bottom left hand corner is that a Southord lockpicking jack knife?

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    survivalist bro you have clearly given most suitable wish list

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    excellent job

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    Yes you are right Lockpicker bro, afterall its ur speciality!
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    Heres some of my gear.

    Shortwave radio and accessories



    Katadyn water purifier and Sigg bottles







    Glock 17 and accessories(I have better guns but this one is always reliable, accurate and I have most experience using it.)



    FN 5.7 (I got this gun for my survival kit as it is very light, hold 20+ 1 rounds of ammo, has up to 300M range and pierces body armor but I have issues with shooting it accurately so its not used, some people swear by this gun but unfortunately it didn't work out for me...)



    Multitools and SAK(beats lugging around a whole toolbox.)



    Can Opener(same type used by NASA, very useful when the power is out as everyone has the electric type openers nowadays and its easier to use than P38/51.)



    Flashlights(battery and solar powered)





    Small assortment of food(I used to have MREs years ago but they are hard to come by nowadays...)



    Firestarting tools


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    Very nice collection ALP brother.
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    @Atif
    bro i think vest is not going to be a good for bug out............... we need something packed to make sure nothing will lose..
    try to have a vest as a part of bug out bag

    @lock picker
    nice collection bro and but make sure you pick all in God Forbid situations.... u have to drill a lot... and one thing more it hard to locate tooth brush in your collection............
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    Yeah I'm prepared to drill have a cordless Bosch and assortment of 6mm bits and if that fails a prybar. I doubt I'll need that skill but I'm ready anyways. Also I'm hoping to eventually get a Schroeder breast drill.



    Heres some other gear I have(most of it is scattered around the house and not all grouped together...)

    Some old lights (Maglite and early Led Lenser that has great runtime but dim and uses hard to find N/LR1 batterys)



    Razor and blades



    Waterproof box thats suitable for a camera or other small electronics



    Trangia mess tin, French Army Knife, waterproof salt/pepper, Acme whistle, and folding Fiskars scissors



    Pepper spray



    Trading fodder(silver bullion, tobacco, and alcohol that could be useful for getting a needed item or service later...)



    MRE style Indian food and apple sauce from a US Army issued MRE.



    Another Wenger Swiss Army Knife(you can never have too many of these, so useful...)


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    @Lockpicker
    nice collection bro
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    Gr8 collection bros.

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    Very nice collection bros.
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    Nice, workable and comprehensive collection. I agree that vest is not a good idea here.
    Safety and Safe firearms handling is everyone's "Responsibility".

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    Quote Originally Posted by American Lockpicker View Post
    I don't recommend wearing a vest its too militaristic and could cause issues with military or law enforcement that are responding to the disaster.

    Some things I consider important are a good radio and spare batterys, water purifier, a couple tools for starting fire, basic first aid kit, small supply of food, LED flashlight(I use a Swiss made solar powered model but any that uses common batterys is good too) and of course my Glock and loaded spare mags.
    +1 American lockpicker

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