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Vote -1 Vote +1ricky
December 20, 2010 at 9:05 am

in your experance has the kershaw vapor 2 a good out doors knife

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Vote -1 Vote +1PAUL LOWE
June 10, 2011 at 7:42 am

There are dozens of things I would take but I guess the top 5 would be, Fire starter(blast match),,water filter,,knife(RTAK II),,first aid kit,,AR15 or AK47.

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+1 Vote -1 Vote +1MITCH M.
June 18, 2011 at 8:34 am

I LIVE IN A RURAL LOCATION AND DON’T PLAN TO BUGOUT ANY WHERE. I AM 70 Y/O. THE PRIME ITEMS THAT ARE ON PERSON, HANDGUN+AMMO, KNIFE, THREE DAYS OF MY MEDS IN WATERPROOF CONTAINERS AND ALWAYS ONE SPORT BOTTLE OF WATER. THIS IS ENOUGH TO GET ME BACK TO JEEP. JEEP CONTAINS LONG GUN, AMMO, FOR TWO PEOPLE:THREE DAY MIN FOOD AND WATER, M17 PROTECTIVE MASKS, PONCHOS, HF SIDEBAND RADIO, 2&6 METER RIG. EVERY SUPPORT ITEM HAS SLING TO CARRY IT. NORMALLY I ALSO CARRY A CASE OF 16 OZ WATER BOTTLES RATHER THAN LARGE CONTAINERS TO PREVENT LOSS IF DAMAGED. THIS IS ALL TO GET ME BACK TO HOME BASE. ADJUSTMENTS ARE MADE TO ABOVE FOR SEASONS.

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Vote -1 Vote +1doug
September 2, 2011 at 10:32 am

I’m only 60+. While growing up dad and mom always insisted we carry a knife, compass, and a way to start a fire when we headed for the woods. Being a little older, I’ve added a multi tool and a belt gun. Needing meds, those blaze orange match cases with the screw tops are a wonder.
The “wheels” are both 4wd and there is an 3/4 axe, shovel (type depends on the season), a hi-lift jack, jumper cables, and a snatch strap(along with a short length of chain with a grab hook) in each.
The wife also has a heavier jacket and winter boots in hers, dang woman refuses to believe winter is cold. I was raised under the, “if ya got it you can take it off ” philosophy.

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