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Old 16-04-2009, 04:02 PM   #1
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WE should all have a 72-hour pack in our houses for emergencys. In the world we now live in soumthing could happen anytime, we have to be ready.

This is a list of items to store in a 72 hour kit so a family can be prepared in case of an emergency. Also learn how to make a first aid kit to put into your 72 hour kit.

Directions: Print this list and check off each item that has been put into your 72 hour kit.

Checklist: 72 Hour Kit (pdf)

Food and Water
(A three day supply of food and water, per person, when no refrigeration or cooking is available)
Protein/Granola Bars
Trail Mix/Dried Fruit
Crackers/Cereals (for munching)
Canned Tuna, Beans, Turkey, Beef, Vienna Sausages, etc ("pop-top" cans that open without a can-opener might not be a good idea, read this warning from one site visitor.)
Canned Juice
Candy/Gum (warning: Jolly Ranchers can melt and using mint gum might make everything taste like mint. See the comments from the blog post, 72 Hour Kit Warning, comment #11)
Water (1 Gallon/4 Liters Per Person)
Bedding and Clothing
Change of Clothing (short and long sleeved shirts, pants, jackets, socks, etc.)
Undergarments
Rain Coat/Poncho
Blankets and Emergency Heat Blanks (that keep in warmth)
Cloth Sheet
Plastic Sheet
Fuel and Light
Battery Lighting (Flashlights, Lamps, etc.) Don't forget batteries!
Extra Batteries
Flares
Candles
Lighter
Water-Proof Matches
Equipment
Can Opener
Dishes/Utensils
Shovel
Radio (with batteries!)
Pen and Paper
Axe
Pocket Knife
Rope
Duct Tape
Personal Supplies and Medication
First Aid Kit and Supplies
Toiletries (roll of toilet paper- remove the center tube to easily flatten into a zip-lock bag, feminine hygiene, folding brush, etc.)
Cleaning Supplies (mini hand sanitizer, soap, shampoo, dish soap, etc. Warning: Scented soap might "flavor" food items.)
Immunizations Up-to Date
Medication (Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen, children's medication etc.)
Prescription Medication (for 3 days)
Personal Documents and Money
(Place these items in a water-proof container!)
Legal Documents (Birth/Marriage Certificates, Wills, Passports, Contracts, etc)
Vaccination Papers
Insurance Policies
Cash
Credit Card
Pre-Paid Phone Cards
Miscellaneous
Bag(s) to put 72 Hour Kit items in (such as duffel bags or back packs, which work great) Make sure you can lift/carry it!
Infant Needs (if applicable)
Notes:
Update your 72 Hour Kit every six months (put a note in your calendar/planner) to make sure that: all food, water, and medication is fresh and has not expired; clothing fits; personal documents and credit cards are up to date; and batteries are charged.
Small toys/games are important too as they will provide some comfort and entertainment during a stressful time.
Older children can be responsible for their own pack of items/clothes too.
You can include any other items in your 72 Hour Kit that you feel are necessary for your family's survival.
Some items and/or flavors might leak, melt, "flavor" other items, or break open. Dividing groups of items into individual Ziploc bags might help prevent this
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Old 16-04-2009, 05:17 PM   #2
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Alternatively:

12 bore shotgun,
250 cartridges
36 cans of Stella
& Porno Mags.

Happy Days

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Old 16-04-2009, 05:22 PM   #3
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Nice one manxbox, a little overkill perhaps but a good idea neverhteless.

also, lol waylander
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Old 16-04-2009, 07:07 PM   #4
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Alternatively:

12 bore shotgun,
250 cartridges
36 cans of Stella
& Porno Mags.

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Room in my gang with an outlook like that Just one question tho. There not gay porno mags are they
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Old 16-04-2009, 07:14 PM   #5
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WE should all have a 72-hour pack in our houses for emergencys. In the world we now live in soumthing could happen anytime, we have to be ready.

This is a list of items to store in a 72 hour kit so a family can be prepared in case of an emergency. Also learn how to make a first aid kit to put into your 72 hour kit.

Directions: Print this list and check off each item that has been put into your 72 hour kit.

Checklist: 72 Hour Kit (pdf)

Food and Water
(A three day supply of food and water, per person, when no refrigeration or cooking is available)
Protein/Granola Bars
Trail Mix/Dried Fruit
Crackers/Cereals (for munching)
Canned Tuna, Beans, Turkey, Beef, Vienna Sausages, etc ("pop-top" cans that open without a can-opener might not be a good idea, read this warning from one site visitor.)
Canned Juice
Candy/Gum (warning: Jolly Ranchers can melt and using mint gum might make everything taste like mint. See the comments from the blog post, 72 Hour Kit Warning, comment #11)
Water (1 Gallon/4 Liters Per Person)
Bedding and Clothing
Change of Clothing (short and long sleeved shirts, pants, jackets, socks, etc.)
Undergarments
Rain Coat/Poncho
Blankets and Emergency Heat Blanks (that keep in warmth)
Cloth Sheet
Plastic Sheet
Fuel and Light
Battery Lighting (Flashlights, Lamps, etc.) Don't forget batteries!
Extra Batteries
Flares
Candles
Lighter
Water-Proof Matches
Equipment
Can Opener
Dishes/Utensils
Shovel
Radio (with batteries!)
Pen and Paper
Axe
Pocket Knife
Rope
Duct Tape
Personal Supplies and Medication
First Aid Kit and Supplies
Toiletries (roll of toilet paper- remove the center tube to easily flatten into a zip-lock bag, feminine hygiene, folding brush, etc.)
Cleaning Supplies (mini hand sanitizer, soap, shampoo, dish soap, etc. Warning: Scented soap might "flavor" food items.)
Immunizations Up-to Date
Medication (Acetaminophen, Ibuprofen, children's medication etc.)
Prescription Medication (for 3 days)
Personal Documents and Money
(Place these items in a water-proof container!)
Legal Documents (Birth/Marriage Certificates, Wills, Passports, Contracts, etc)
Vaccination Papers
Insurance Policies
Cash
Credit Card
Pre-Paid Phone Cards
Miscellaneous
Bag(s) to put 72 Hour Kit items in (such as duffel bags or back packs, which work great) Make sure you can lift/carry it!
Infant Needs (if applicable)
Notes:
Update your 72 Hour Kit every six months (put a note in your calendar/planner) to make sure that: all food, water, and medication is fresh and has not expired; clothing fits; personal documents and credit cards are up to date; and batteries are charged.
Small toys/games are important too as they will provide some comfort and entertainment during a stressful time.
Older children can be responsible for their own pack of items/clothes too.
You can include any other items in your 72 Hour Kit that you feel are necessary for your family's survival.
Some items and/or flavors might leak, melt, "flavor" other items, or break open. Dividing groups of items into individual Ziploc bags might help prevent this
weve done this type of thread before in the servival section , its not exactly the same but hay , any info to help others is more than great .

i will post a link to them on this thread for your lesure .

im not dissing this thread , youve made some really good points on here that were missed out on others . info and warnings and prep help is always greatfully accepted by all us servival guys .

thanks for this info . this thread a slo has a catchy name too . it makes people want to look at it . good work and keep it up .
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Old 16-04-2009, 07:15 PM   #6
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12 bore shotgun,
250 cartridges
36 cans of Stella
& Porno Mags.

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NO NO NO NO !

guns give away your position , think more quietly and youve got it right .
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Old 16-04-2009, 07:19 PM   #7
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There not gay porno mags are they
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, think more quietly and youve got it right .
Okay 35 cans of stella (its always number 36 that makes me noisy)

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Old 16-04-2009, 07:27 PM   #8
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Okay 35 cans of stella (its always number 36 that makes me noisy)

Waylander
yeah im a bit of a milk guy my self ( why would any one admit that ? ) anyway , here is a few links relating to this thread and i do believe that this thread can add more integrity to those i post here as this thread kicks .

heres is thread one .

http://www.skeptics.org.uk/forum/showthread.php?t=1235


home safety and servival thread 2 .

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44850




100 things that gomissing in an emergency .

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44848


nuke fall out servival .
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44849


serviving cotastrofy and martial law.

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=44847


how to start praticing for those times here .
http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=39100



wazaap -------------------------has also made some great threads here .

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=36063


http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=37928

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=45011

http://www.davidicke.com/forum/showthread.php?t=40852

hope you didnt mind wazaaap for me showing these threads of yours but they are good and need to be shown .

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Old 17-04-2009, 12:43 PM   #9
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Thanks for the support guys, im a paranoid person but i think of it like, if i can think it can happen, it probaly will.
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hope you didnt mind wazaaap for me showing these threads of yours but they are good and need to be shown .
no problemo big man!

I still think we should form a survival group that meetup and do a spot of camping.
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Old 17-04-2009, 02:21 PM   #11
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Make sure you can lift/carry it!
With all that stuff in it? you'll be needing 2 wheels aswell 72 hour pack? it's half of your posessions. Nice list though.
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WE should all have a 72-hour pack in our houses for emergencys. In the world we now live in soumthing could happen anytime, we have to be ready.

This is a list of items to store in a 72 hour kit so a family can be prepared in case of an emergency. Also learn how to make a first aid kit to put into your 72 hour kit.

Directions: Print this list and check off each item that has been put into your 72 hour kit.

Checklist: 72 Hour Kit (pdf)

Food and Water
(A three day supply of food and water, per person, when no refrigeration or cooking is available)
Protein/Granola Bars
Trail Mix/Dried Fruit

Bedding and Clothing
Change of Clothing (short and long sleeved shirts, pants, jackets, socks, etc.)
Undergarments
Rain Coat/Poncho
Emergency Heat Blanks (that keep in warmth)
Plastic Sheet
Fuel and Light
Candles
Water-Proof Matches
Equipment
Can Opener
Shovel
Pen and Paper
Pocket Knife
Rope
Duct Tape
Personal Supplies and Medication
First Aid Kit and Supplies

Miscellaneous

this is what off of your list i would include - the rest is dead weight - food and water can be found and prepared - fire can be made by marches or firesteel - and as for the torch and radio - get a wind up one - save the batterys.
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Old 18-04-2009, 12:20 PM   #13
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This is a lot more than a 72 hour pack. It's a Bail-out Bag or Bug-Out Bag (BOB) for getting you out of dodge to a safe zone which could be yonks away!

Have you sorted out your BOB? If not, why not?



w/Camelpak



Roll mat
Camelbak
Kukri (stashed externally between the rocket pack and main bergen out of sight)

Infantry PLCE bergen 100 litres, long back.
A variant on this is a shorter version of the Inf PLCE bergen known as the short back. I haven't seen too many of these around though.

Don't let the complex name put you off, I would easily claim this is probably one of the best big bergens in the world. The SAS / SF guys use this and they aren't in the business of wearing crap so if big bergens / BOBs are your thing go for this option.
This is a very cool kinda bergen, even in the armed forces having one of these was and is usually uncommon outside of SF and Inf Regiments.
These days they are usually about $120 + but they have come down in price from the late 90s when $200 was not uncommon so now is a good time to buy.
The only down side is that you will stand out the most in urban areas and military troops in the know may or may not suspect you're a prepped survivalist (SITX). These bergens are available in Olive drab which is generally less noticeable than dpm but is scarcer to find these days.

Camping, SITX, scouting or just a thing to grab if your house is burning down around you! This piece of kit is very important.

Internal Contents:


NOTE: Waterproof interior with a water proof flap to cut down water ingress in foul weather.

About 8-12 days worth of food - Boil-in-the-bag Military Rations. Electrolyte sachetes. Big bag of Ready-Brek (finely-ground oats).
Food really is the biggie here, we all know that hunger makes us do crazy things. So having a good staple of food to get to your first cache, fortress or gathering place is. Also wise is to have food that can be consumed safely without heating. With the oats you just add water and your stomachs a happy buzzball



Boots Combat Assault (steel toe). Removed and worn if not urgent or SITX. Kept in BOB otherwise until in a safe area for donning.
Talc - Keep those feet looked after!
Spare change of clothes
Poncho (important bit of kit for keeping dry!)
Silk scarf (my luxury bit of kit from the orient!)
Water filter (MSR)
Wash and shave kit - Yes, I know it saves time and effort by not washing and shaving but turning into Grizzly Adams isn't that wise when people will (in my opinion) be more trusting of a clean shaven dude. It could be just me and my army habit but I think clean-shaven implies a standard you have for yourself, that civilization hasn't been totally abandoned.

Gaffer tape / duct tape (essential for repairs and field work/mods)
Canister of camping gas (230g)
Cold weather fleece
Solar panel with recharge kit (AA).

GPS - Finally got my GPS back from my Bro in Iraq (he had it in his AFV BOB!). It's old but still gives true readings. At the next Gathering I might be willing to sell it for the right price though
Torch


Importantly the Purifier kit and roll mat were configured and installed.

First Aid Kit
Change of clothes in waterproof bag.



Kukri - A behemoth of a blade, too small to be a sword, too large to be a knife. Not sharp and bloody heavy, but I know it'll parry well, chop aside foiliage and deliver a deadly blow. I hope I'll never have to use it in anger, as if it comes to that I'm already at last chance saloon.
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Spare Rations
Para cord
GPS
Tent Pegs
FBS knife removed - It looks the part but ultimately it's an out and out killing weapon for warfare. Close-range warfare at that! With the kukri being the beast for defense I removed the commando knife...



Hunting / Skinning knife added instead - Small gerber, the Kukri, being too big and not sharp enough for gutting and fine cutting, is where the gerber comes in handy.
Black Widow Catapult & 50 BBs.

Inside top bergen flap


Pocket Radio

20 AA batteries (sealed)

Lens cleaning cloth

Pack of purification tablets

hand warmer box w/charcoal sticks

Space Blanket

Wet Wipes

Vick Vapour Rub - This is probably one of the items you'll be scratching your heads at. One thing few people have even touched so far on here is the stench that will accompany SitX and certain areas.
Just imagine corpses and refuse all over the place and you'll know the smell will be awful. Even out in the country rotting vegetation and manure can be a pain in the nose.


Earplugs

2 x Chem lights


Bergen Front Pouch:




Water Canteen / Bottle
3 x Bungees - These are damned handy, especially if the grounds too hard for tent pegs, you've lost them, are tired etc. Just find a tree and you're poncho is ready to go
2 x Chemical lights



Survival Kit (in Tobacco Tin) along with lighter and matches.
Within S.K. Small Swiss Army Knife, Magnesium fire-starter block, fishing line, needle and thread, normal and waterproof matches, scalpel blades for gutting and skinning small game and Condom.

Left Compartment:



Rations inside mess time ready to be cooked.
Spoon
Small self-sparking stove and gas canister (can be lit manually also)
First Aid Kit
Sleeping Bag



This is a Concealed Douments Holster I bought over in Germany, some of you may of seen similar ones around - It'll hold notes, gold and silver coins and a passport and cash. Worn under your clothes, that way if you have to ditch your BOB or, worse yet, hand it over at least you'll not be totally without barter supplies (unless you get frisked or stripped).

Consider stitching some coins into your bail-out clothing.

1 x Gold Coin (1oz), currency and a credit card with tape on it.



Cheap Recurve Taiwanese Crossbow 180lbs. W/sling and laser targeter.
x 10 bolts and 3 hunting broadheads.

The whole thing - Excluding crossbow and ammo is about 25 pounds (12 kilos).

This really is the most I'd be comfortable humping and dumping about with.
I think for anyone if they can't run for any length of time (at least 20 minutes) carrying a weapon, ammo and BOB will need luck and divine providence to be safe in an extreme situation.

This aside I'll likely have the weapon in the BOV along with the BOB. Then when in country I'll be buzzing about with it.

Next steps are a bolt bag and possibly a tactical vest for patrolling,scouting and observing from a local hide or retreat. That way I can throw all my lighter sht into it.
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I can fit all my stuff into a bergan and i have a wind-up radio and torch, but thanks for pointing it out i didn't add it. You'll have to pratise carrying it about, you never know when you need to run.
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& Porno Mags.

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Top Compartment:



Spare Rations
Para cord
GPS
Tent Pegs
FBS knife removed - It looks the part but ultimately it's an out and out killing weapon for warfare. Close-range warfare at that! With the kukri being the beast for defense I removed the commando knife...



Hunting / Skinning knife added instead - Small gerber, the Kukri, being too big and not sharp enough for gutting and fine cutting, is where the gerber comes in handy.
Black Widow Catapult & 50 BBs.

Inside top bergen flap


Pocket Radio

20 AA batteries (sealed)

Lens cleaning cloth

Pack of purification tablets

hand warmer box w/charcoal sticks

Space Blanket

Wet Wipes

Vick Vapour Rub - This is probably one of the items you'll be scratching your heads at. One thing few people have even touched so far on here is the stench that will accompany SitX and certain areas.
Just imagine corpses and refuse all over the place and you'll know the smell will be awful. Even out in the country rotting vegetation and manure can be a pain in the nose.


Earplugs

2 x Chem lights


Bergen Front Pouch:




Water Canteen / Bottle
3 x Bungees - These are damned handy, especially if the grounds too hard for tent pegs, you've lost them, are tired etc. Just find a tree and you're poncho is ready to go
2 x Chemical lights



Survival Kit (in Tobacco Tin) along with lighter and matches.
Within S.K. Small Swiss Army Knife, Magnesium fire-starter block, fishing line, needle and thread, normal and waterproof matches, scalpel blades for gutting and skinning small game and Condom.

Left Compartment:



Rations inside mess time ready to be cooked.
Spoon
Small self-sparking stove and gas canister (can be lit manually also)
First Aid Kit
Sleeping Bag



This is a Concealed Douments Holster I bought over in Germany, some of you may of seen similar ones around - It'll hold notes, gold and silver coins and a passport and cash. Worn under your clothes, that way if you have to ditch your BOB or, worse yet, hand it over at least you'll not be totally without barter supplies (unless you get frisked or stripped).

Consider stitching some coins into your bail-out clothing.

1 x Gold Coin (1oz), currency and a credit card with tape on it.



Cheap Recurve Taiwanese Crossbow 180lbs. W/sling and laser targeter.
x 10 bolts and 3 hunting broadheads.

The whole thing - Excluding crossbow and ammo is about 25 pounds (12 kilos).

This really is the most I'd be comfortable humping and dumping about with.
I think for anyone if they can't run for any length of time (at least 20 minutes) carrying a weapon, ammo and BOB will need luck and divine providence to be safe in an extreme situation.

This aside I'll likely have the weapon in the BOV along with the BOB. Then when in country I'll be buzzing about with it.

Next steps are a bolt bag and possibly a tactical vest for patrolling,scouting and observing from a local hide or retreat. That way I can throw all my lighter sht into it.
Hi rydeon Top post and photos too .If you dont mind me asking how much does your whole BOB kit bag come too ive got a grab bag set up but i want to sort out a BOB bag as well thanks schaff.

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Cheers man!

If you mean total weight then including the xbow and bolts it's about 15 kilo's with the boots stuffed into the BOB as well.
If you mean total cost I have not the time right now to calculate all that out
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no problemo big man!

I still think we should form a survival group that meetup and do a spot of camping.
Yep , me too .

come back on this subject some time .
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For what event are we having the Bobs for please !!
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