You'll want the belt with all the doodads so that you don't have to hump your ruck at all times to have your essential gear with you. Your LBE and your pockets will hold all your first line survival gear and your ruck can contain your luxury items like more water, sleeping bag or whatever.thats what i was thinking. i dont feel that i would really need the belt with the doodads but it was a thought jsut wanted input. thanks
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(note - i dont expect an infantry engagment or break contact any time soon!)
around my neck
a lighter, spork, can opener, id cards
my ventile smock (light weight jacket)
sigs kit, freebee flars, strobe, marker panel, amd torch,a dressing
& still to this day a small survival kit.
10 rounds of ammo (wrapped emergency use)
belt kit or vest
Folding knife, and knife,water bottle, cups canteen, milbank filter, steritabs
ammo (whatever you take hunting plus a little more), fishing kit, about 3 main meals, brew kit, 4 blocks of heximine fuel, a beanie, flight gloves, a small nylon fly, mozi headnet, a multi band yaesu tx,rx handheld, small firstaid kit, folding saw, sunscreen, para cord and mozi rep
Just my stuff
Cause there are some folks that have said they're going to survive living off people with BOBs. The havenots will attack, are you gonna talk them down or take them down?? My stuff is for me and mine, not OPs.Why would we as survivalist's need a combat load? What's the likelihood that we'll be in a firefight anytime soon?