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Posted: 4/15/2013 9:50:28 AM
Thanks for helping me embed this video
I have a update video on this kit That im trying to post

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Posted: 4/15/2013 10:15:43 AM
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http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8248/8652353074_3bc48014f3_m.jpg

I did a update video on my Gear bag
cant get my new youtube vid to embed but here is a still shot showing some of the changes like
changed out the large military flashlight with a smaller brighter , lighter one
recently got a headlamp for when I go caving and it is perfect for hands free use , It is not a high end one but when I run accross a better one I will upgrade it
added more ammo both 22 and 9mm
Just a few of the changes check out the video If you can and tell me what you guys think

remember this isnt just a Bugout bag / zombie apocalypse / emergency bag that stays in my trunk . It is something I use and take with me on the regular when I go caving , hiking , camping rock climbing Ect
which is pretty often .

Keep Checking back because I will be continuing to upload new videos and photos as I make them


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Posted: 4/15/2013 6:45:23 PM
How comfortable is that pack?

Now load everything up and tell us how much it weighs.

Then carry it for a mile and tell us how much it feels like it weighs.


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Posted: 4/15/2013 6:48:02 PM
Originally Posted By BlackBettyPreps:
thanks for the warning , I have heard that you cant dye this type of material so i probably wont be trying to dye it


You can, just follow the directions here: MOLLE FLC Thread - page on dying nylon
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Posted: 4/15/2013 7:46:19 PM
If you have to bug out it can be mentally stressful which can lead to panic and basic errors that escalate into emergencies. A list of what is in your BOB for when you can't remember what you have and a small survival guide for when you can't remember how to do something basic is useful. Training with all your stuff is the best but a list or guide that helps you focus and make better decisions is also helpful.
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Posted: 4/15/2013 7:52:49 PM
This may sound silly because we are talking about bugging out and SHTF but you might also pack a spare phone charger. You never know what situation could cause you to bug out but there is a possibility that there would be electricity and satellites still available and you might want to be able to send out a message.
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Posted: 4/15/2013 8:05:11 PM
Originally Posted By BlackBettyPreps:
I did a update video on my Gear bag
cant get my new youtube vid to embed




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Posted: 4/15/2013 8:10:25 PM
Might want to toss some ziplocked socks and underwear in there; nothing makes a cold, wet bug-outer happier than clean, dry socks and skivvies.
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Posted: 4/15/2013 8:16:48 PM
If it were me, I'd just replace the bag. Painting that stuff can get weird, and maybe the paint flakes off onto important equipment or your clothes or who knows what.

Great post and kit, OP, you'll be very happy in our Survival Discussions subforum under the Outdoors tab.

I won't critique or advise any specifics since people vary, but you can check out the links ar-jedi posted for suggestions, or take a look at my stuff for other ideas: http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_10_17/654395_Current_emergency_kit__lots_of_pics.html

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your new video looks good.

1) on your holster question, folks need to know: OWB? IWB? at what position?

2) add a whistle hanging from your pack, such that if you fall and are injured you can blow the whistle without having to remove your pack etc. see: example

3) upgrade on your comms -- you may want to check out the following:
-- http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_10_22/604477_Ham_Radio_101.html
-- http://www.ar15.com/forums/t_10_22/646491_the_CAN_T_FAIL_thread_for_getting_a_ham_radio_license_and_learning_basic_VHF_UHF_operations.html

4) lithium AA batts for your flashlight etc. -- these have a shelf life of 10yrs+ so you don't have to worry about swapping them out. see: example

5) some additional ideas here: link

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Posted: 4/15/2013 10:26:53 PM
You've got a very good bag there. And a good plan. Know that your MILES ahead of most people who have neither a pack nor a plan.
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First welcome to ARFCOM! Now, what are you planning for ( I could not watch the video)? How long and how far do you plan on having to go? From work or school to home? What's the lay of the land like? Do you need a compass and map? What training have you had? Those will help you figure out what you need. I like your set up so far. Like others have said I would get a multi-tool and I love the little LED AA Maglites I also pack a ton of chem sticks into my bags, those things come in handy. I hope you visit the survival forum and learn and get ready for anything that may come your way.
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Posted: 4/16/2013 10:48:57 AM
Since you don't like your current holster, check out the Safepacker from Wilderness:

Safepacker

I have a few and they can be belt mounted, backpack hip mounted or you can buy the optional across the chest strap for them. They come in different colors, too.
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Posted: 4/16/2013 8:06:30 PM
For some weird reason, I keep thinking an extra Sports Bra .
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Posted: 4/16/2013 9:27:27 PM
thanks for the vote of confidence my friend , Love your avatar by the way what is it from ?
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Posted: 4/16/2013 9:52:31 PM
batteries go dead so look in to a shake flash light and a hand crank radio. I have a life straw there pretty cool, purifier tabs will run out.
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Posted: 4/16/2013 10:44:52 PM
It weighs around 35Lbs with both firearms and ammo
I know I know that is heavy and i am working on getting higher end lighter weight items to lighten the load
But in the mean time I just look at it as good exercise


Before I added the extra 50 rds of 9mm and extra 100 rds of 22, I have taken this pack on 2 Mile GA walks a 5 mile NC and SC Foothill hike and believe me any pack over 20Lbs gets Heavy after the first 2 Miles when going up hill with no beaten path

But overall I love it its a pretty comfy Pack the pads and padded belt work great to keep some airflow and comfort back there
In fact I have had some expensive packs in the past and none were as comfortable and cool as this one

The only thing I hate about the pack is its Desert Pattern because alot of times when someone does happen to see it they have to ask how long I was In Iraq or Afghanistan and I get stuck in a Lengthy convo with someone on politics or war
I really need to remedy the color for my own sanity lol
So I think i will be trying something soon



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Posted: 4/16/2013 11:24:32 PM
One thought about replacing that pack; see what it's running for used on ebay. Consider selling it to help trade up.
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Posted: 4/17/2013 11:28:55 AM
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I don't know if I missed it or not, but sun screen is a big one. I carry a small 50 proof.

What color bag would you prefer? Going newer like ACU or Multicam or just a tan bag?


Otherwise great job! Very well rounded and well thought out
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Posted: 4/17/2013 12:03:39 PM
Originally Posted By BlackBettyPreps:
thanks for the vote of confidence my friend , Love your avatar by the way what is it from ?


If this is asked of me, the avatar is from American Werewolf in London. I cropped it to the proper dimensions.

Nice doggy.
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I'll go ahead and throw mine into the mix since I actually use mine relatively often. Mine is the sole purpose for going 30 Miles to bug out A or 70 Miles to bug out location B. As such I have tried to make it as modular as possible so it is simple to grab and go with what I need.

It's a Molle II Medium Ruck, it is the perfect size for just about anything. Plus, I'm a big fan of external frames for carrying anything more than 25lbs or so. Aslo, I chose the medium rather than the large for two reasons. Reason 1) It has pockets for organization 2) anything bigger and I would be tempted to fill it further and it would become too heavy. As it sits, it is 43.2lbs wet. About 12lbs of that is water (most water will be consumed on the first day walking, I also have multiple planned places to get water along the way and should be able to get by with just refilling the two canteens on the way.)










Main compartment:
Compass and Map are left in Vehicle but will be added when BO happens (since my Jeep is always near me )
100oz Bladder
Katadyn Water Filter
Level 2 ECWCS Jacket
Poncho (doubles as tent when used with 550 cord)
Multicam Buttpouch (empty since it is no longer winter, used to hold Level 6 MC Jacked and Trousers)
Sleeping pad with the sides cut down to make it lighter and more mobile
2 Stripped down MRE's
2 freeze dried entrees
2 freeze dried granola breakfasts
60rds of 75gr BTHP 5.56
51rds of 9mm 115gr JHP
2 Pairs of wool socks and Level 1 ECWCS Silk Weight top and bottom
another 3 Pairs of socks (since no longer winter 2 pairs of these will be taken out)
Boot Sock Liner and White Sweat Wicking T shirt










Second Compartment:
Surefire 6PX (not shown)
3 MRE snacks (for quick easy access)
Spare Socks (for quick easy access)
Hat
Gold Bond Foot Powder (life saver)
The constitution and New Testament Bible
Water Filter for Bladder
Carmex
Vicks Vapor Inahler
Cortizone 10
Floss (more important than brushing...and lighter weight )
Two moist towelettes and two hand towels compressed
Esbit Stove w/4 fuel tabs for boiling water
Spare baggy
Electrical tape
Handkerchief
Two can openers (for food found along the way)
Raided first aid kit for all the electrolyte, antiseptic, antacid, etc
2 sets of gloves
2 Sets of spare batteries for each light
Pen and Permanent marker (not shown)
50 Proof sunscreen (not shown)
5.56/9mm OTIS Cleaning Kit







Bottom Compartment:
CInch Tight
2 Izzy's
2 HH Gauze
Combat Gauze
Gloves
Booboo Kit stripped down with badaids, butterfly closures, MOLE SKIN (MUST HAVE FOR BLISTERS) and Space Blanket (used in conjunction with tent if sleeping bag is left at home)
Fire starter kit with water/wind proof matches, lighter, cord saw, lighter, candle, fire starting material
Coffee filter for using around water filter (keeps it unclogged for longer periods)
550 Cord wrapped in Duct Tape
Purification tablets for use in the 2 canteens
Camp Soap (nice to feel clean)
Squished Toilet Paper Roll







Outside Pouches
RAT-3 Fixed Blade
2 AR15 Mags with 75gr BTHP
2 Glock 17 Mags with 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty 9mm
2 1qt Canteens (one with Gas Mask attachment and wind screen for esbit stove)



And of course, my EDC:
Glock 19 Exo with Triji HD Nights and Don't Tread On Me rear plate
Multicam Holster
Spare G17 Mag fueled by 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty 9mm
Benchmade OTF Infidel Knife
Citizen Eco Drive Watch
Carmex
Streamlight PT2L
Crappy wallet from Target






Black Betty, I hope that gives you some ideas and/or answers. Any questions, just ask!
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Posted: 4/17/2013 4:00:56 PM
Originally Posted By Reaperatm:
I'll go ahead and throw mine into the mix since I actually use mine relatively often. Mine is the sole purpose for going 30 Miles to bug out A or 70 Miles to bug out location B. As such I have tried to make it as modular as possible so it is simple to grab and go with what I need.

It's a Molle II Medium Ruck, it is the perfect size for just about anything. Plus, I'm a big fan of external frames for carrying anything more than 25lbs or so. Aslo, I chose the medium rather than the large for two reasons. Reason 1) It has pockets for organization 2) anything bigger and I would be tempted to fill it further and it would become too heavy. As it sits, it is 43.2lbs wet. About 12lbs of that is water (most water will be consumed on the first day walking, I also have multiple planned places to get water along the way and should be able to get by with just refilling the two canteens on the way.)

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/80F5C5CA-5EE3-4C47-AC6A-FB44310CD90B-4168-000005711C5203A6.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/80F5C5CA-5EE3-4C47-AC6A-FB44310CD90B-4168-000005711C5203A6.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/B90B06B5-0DAB-45D8-8E49-D19DFC9DD468-4168-00000571221F3B4A.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/B90B06B5-0DAB-45D8-8E49-D19DFC9DD468-4168-00000571221F3B4A.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/61F7BCBE-B1A3-4B04-8892-2D737B35AB99-4168-000005712D025E7B.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/61F7BCBE-B1A3-4B04-8892-2D737B35AB99-4168-000005712D025E7B.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/85BBC4E9-AE35-4B88-924D-FFD582D7B5BA-4168-0000057182584E3B.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/85BBC4E9-AE35-4B88-924D-FFD582D7B5BA-4168-0000057182584E3B.jpg</a>


Main compartment:
Compass and Map are left in Vehicle but will be added when BO happens (since my Jeep is always near me )
100oz Bladder
Katadyn Water Filter
Level 2 ECWCS Jacket
Poncho (doubles as tent when used with 550 cord)
Multicam Buttpouch (empty since it is no longer winter, used to hold Level 6 MC Jacked and Trousers)
Sleeping pad with the sides cut down to make it lighter and more mobile
2 Stripped down MRE's
2 freeze dried entrees
2 freeze dried granola breakfasts
60rds of 75gr BTHP 5.56
51rds of 9mm 115gr JHP
2 Pairs of wool socks and Level 1 ECWCS Silk Weight top and bottom
another 3 Pairs of socks (since no longer winter 2 pairs of these will be taken out)
Boot Sock Liner and White Sweat Wicking T shirt

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/D5479ACD-10D7-45C9-A21F-AB4DB810A998-4168-0000057133090509.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/D5479ACD-10D7-45C9-A21F-AB4DB810A998-4168-0000057133090509.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/ADB257DC-D958-4F1F-ABCC-6AFE132958E5-4168-0000057138BD3CB7.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/ADB257DC-D958-4F1F-ABCC-6AFE132958E5-4168-0000057138BD3CB7.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/746BC009-D63E-4DED-83A4-74D057BCA7D0-4168-00000571415ECE15.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/746BC009-D63E-4DED-83A4-74D057BCA7D0-4168-00000571415ECE15.jpg</a>




Second Compartment:
Surefire 6PX (not shown)
3 MRE snacks (for quick easy access)
Spare Socks (for quick easy access)
Hat
Gold Bond Foot Powder (life saver)
The constitution and New Testament Bible
Water Filter for Bladder
Carmex
Vicks Vapor Inahler
Cortizone 10
Floss (more important than brushing...and lighter weight )
Two moist towelettes and two hand towels compressed
Esbit Stove w/4 fuel tabs for boiling water
Spare baggy
Electrical tape
Handkerchief
Two can openers (for food found along the way)
Raided first aid kit for all the electrolyte, antiseptic, antacid, etc
2 sets of gloves
2 Sets of spare batteries for each light
Pen and Permanent marker (not shown)
50 Proof sunscreen (not shown)
5.56/9mm OTIS Cleaning Kit

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/F6AC9519-E5AB-4F61-8181-2269D7370EB2-4168-000005714C662129.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/F6AC9519-E5AB-4F61-8181-2269D7370EB2-4168-000005714C662129.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/F74A60F6-5CA8-43D8-AE0F-6217B226D608-4168-00000571546C8585.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/F74A60F6-5CA8-43D8-AE0F-6217B226D608-4168-00000571546C8585.jpg</a>



Bottom Compartment:
CInch Tight
2 Izzy's
2 HH Gauze
Combat Gauze
Gloves
Booboo Kit stripped down with badaids, butterfly closures, MOLE SKIN (MUST HAVE FOR BLISTERS) and Space Blanket (used in conjunction with tent if sleeping bag is left at home)
Fire starter kit with water/wind proof matches, lighter, cord saw, lighter, candle, fire starting material
Coffee filter for using around water filter (keeps it unclogged for longer periods)
550 Cord wrapped in Duct Tape
Purification tablets for use in the 2 canteens
Camp Soap (nice to feel clean)
Squished Toilet Paper Roll

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/1B1EA799-F570-4649-8625-F6CC78B7AE18-4168-000005715D66AF1F.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/1B1EA799-F570-4649-8625-F6CC78B7AE18-4168-000005715D66AF1F.jpg</a>

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/BFE36CA4-0361-4A29-A165-23E45BB47A04-4168-000005716B4610C8.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/BFE36CA4-0361-4A29-A165-23E45BB47A04-4168-000005716B4610C8.jpg</a>



Outside Pouches
RAT-3 Fixed Blade
2 AR15 Mags with 75gr BTHP
2 Glock 17 Mags with 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty 9mm
2 1qt Canteens (one with Gas Mask attachment and wind screen for esbit stove)

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/DDCD0E31-468B-4BC2-88DC-38729D89D26B-4168-0000057173ACF882.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/DDCD0E31-468B-4BC2-88DC-38729D89D26B-4168-0000057173ACF882.jpg</a>

And of course, my EDC:
Glock 19 Exo with Triji HD Nights and Don't Tread On Me rear plate
Multicam Holster
Spare G17 Mag fueled by 135gr +P Hornady Critical Duty 9mm
Benchmade OTF Infidel Knife
Citizen Eco Drive Watch
Carmex
Streamlight PT2L
Crappy wallet from Target

<a href="http://s946.photobucket.com/user/amoisson/media/5216D266-1261-4B02-A51D-8B85FCEFE669-4168-000005718E820A86.jpg.html" target="_blank">http://i946.photobucket.com/albums/ad308/amoisson/5216D266-1261-4B02-A51D-8B85FCEFE669-4168-000005718E820A86.jpg</a>




Black Betty, I hope that gives you some ideas and or answers. Any questions, just ask!


Thats a really good set up. What is the weight of the pack with bed roll?
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Thank you!! It's been an evolution over the last 5 years of using it and toying with it. It sits at 43.2lbs with everything pictured, with the sleeping bag (REI 45+) it is about 2lbs added weight.

I also have an Army Sleep System for the winter that I use with the bivy and recon bag that adds another 3lbs. But thankfully St. Louis MO doesn't stay that cold for very long during the winter


ETA: I like to keep everything modular so I can tailor things as needed to any given need, and also keep it compatible with my fighting gear. I do lines, so I have my Every Day Carry, 1st line: AR15 and Combat Pants with belt set up. 2nd Line: Assault pack and Vest or armor depending on situation. 3rd Line is my pack which is shown above. I can also snap a few pics of those as well if you like?
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Op, to embed video I think one needs to be a team member. Joining adds that ability, gives you the thread subscribe button, and access to team forum and hotd and botd. (Hunk of the day and babe of the day)...

The road is dangerous because there have been other ladies that have entered arfcom and made their presence known and have appreciated and teased the more"likeable" leg humpers. Good thing is they mainly come out in general discussion and aren't seen in any other forum.

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Freaking Awesome Kit ! I love everything about it ! one day My kit will be close to being as Sweet and High end as yours

Thanks for taking the time to post and share I am ssoooooo Jealous
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