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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am forever revising my packs. I just never seem to find what I think would be the most organized way to pack them up unless I buy something like packing cubes. Those don't even 100% fit the bill. At one point I simply used ziplock bags for some stuff, but those either wore through or held...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://www.insidehook.com/los-angeles/general-guarters-gear-45-essential-bugout-bag-items?eid=ae37ae8f6629b89911df906a0084fe84&utm_source=InsideHook&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign new article wi pix of some guy's bugout bag great for comparisons ***Amused by the exercise, he decides to make...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My potential minute-man or quick-reaction gear I’d like to keep near me at home at all times are as follows. What I’d like is for you guys with much more experience than me is to tear apart my idea and give me some criticism. I already have a kit ready, but I don’t think it is up to snuff. I’m a...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    So I was doing my first hike with my 3v Paratus and the belt did not stay cinched down. Just wondering if I am the only one experiencing this issue, or if it might be a problem with bag itself. Thanks!
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey everyone! I've finally started to solidify the list of contents for my bob. At the beginning I decided to use an old duffel I had laying around for the pack until I knew what I had to store, and then I would figure out what I needed in a bag. I've also tried out a few with different...
  6. Urban Survival
    Hey guys, I bought a new backpack and I want to prevent it from looking shiny and new like it currently does. I realise I could rub mud into it or something like that, but I want to retain the integrity of the material as much as possible, including the water resistance. Got any tips...
  7. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hey guys, Not too sure what these bags are called but I'd really like to find one made by a reputable company. They are sort of a satchel or messenger bag with only one strap with the bag normally resting just above your hip. I've been using a cheap Chinese one and really like the concept...
  8. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    I'm looking for a bag that will work for a bug out bag, and to use when hiking or camping, and to take with me when traveling. I really like the 5-11 rush bag, it looks like an awesome bag for a number of reasons, but I'm wondering if there are any other bags as equally worthy. There are a...
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I haven't seen a lot of content about this particular kit anywhere on the internet so I thought I would post mine here. The philosophy behind a "Life Goes On" Bag is that in a disaster that doesn't quite end the world as we know it, like a localized terrorist attack or natural disaster...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    So I'm looking to get my dad the beginnings of a BOB/GHB for father's day. Obviously the place to start is the bag itself, right? I've got two options from Amazon, and I'm not sure which would be better. I know they both have their merits, but I'm not sure about drawbacks, etc. So...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Ok guys, so I've been browsing multiple forums for possible threads concerning people actually taking their BOB wherever they go and surprisingly I haven't found any... All I'm seeing and im not trying to be rude is peoples cute little EDC packs or GHB's and I'm sitting here thinking to myself...
  12. Food and water
    These are nothing new but I have seen a lot of newcomers asking how to carry water in their BOB or while hiking. Thought I would throw this out there as an option. They are good for 5 years, compact and relatively cheap. I picked up a few to throw in my BOB and in my truck. Got them at the Army...
  13. Urban Survival
    I recently purchased a Medium LC-1 olivedrab ALICE pack. I was drawn to this bag for its utilitariansim and durability. I have had fun with the bag so far, and it will primarily be a go bag, but I plan on using it for camping and hunting as well. I've seen alot of mods out there improving upon...
  14. Urban Survival
    I'm relatively new to the forum, and wanted to ask if I was the only one looking into this. I've got a BOL if need be, but would like to try and stay put if we could rode out a tempoarary interruprtion in everyday life. I live in a condo complex with shared roofs, and if a place catches fire, it...
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    okay so i have finally decided to retire the old alice pack and try to find a suitable replacment in the internal frame side of rucks. I have spent years modifying my alice now it no longer looks like one. I have seen some of the german surplus upright packs i like but i missed out and now i...
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    so i was reading thru the uncommon items in your pack thread. and had an idea. to generaly conserve on what we carry to lighten the load either for hikeing pack, GHB, BOB or any other pack/bag we try to only carry items that have multiple uses. so i was wondering going off the uncommon items as...
  17. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    Hi all, I thought I'd post my latest video review of a new backpack I bought. This is the BlackWolf Titanium 35 daypack that will eventually serve as my urban BOB pack. You can view the video here: http://youtu.be/xML4mHtBSG8 I did have a few problems with the pack design, but nothing I...
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