Bug Out Bag

  • Vacuum Sealed Bags for Your Bug Out Bag

    You only have so much room in your bug out bag and you want to fit in as much as possible. The more you can fit in, the more comfortable you will be when you get to your location. With that in mind, consider using vacuum sealed space bags. You can use these bags for clothes. Once vacuum sealed, they shrink down, allowing you to fit a lot more into your bug out bag. Keep in mind that once you open the vacuum sealed bags, you won't be able to reseal them unles...

  • Extra Items for Your Bug Out Bag

    You probably have the same types of items everyone else has in their bug out bags. What you may not realize is you can benefit from adding some additional items in there as well. Nail Clippers You won’t just want to clip your nails for sanitary reasons. You need to clip them for health reasons. Hangnails can get infected. A pair of clippers could actually save your life by preventing infection. Small Fishing Pole ...

  • Apr
    28
    Seasonal Bug Out Bags

    Many survivalists think they need a single bug out bag. They will grab that bag, no matter the season. If you only have one bug out bag, you are going to have problems in extreme temperatures. You need to create a winter and summer bug out bag. That way, you can grab the bag you need for the season. Each bag should contain the tools, equipment and supplies you need to survive that season. For instance, in the winter time, you will need supplies to keep you w...

  • Packing a Bug Out Bag for Seniors

    If you or someone you love is a senior citizen, you need to put some special items in a bug out bag. These items will ensure that seniors are safe and comfortable during a disaster. Adult diapers are a good addition to a senior's bug out bag. Even if the senior does not currently need adult diapers, add them into the bag, since you do not know when disaster will strike. A magnifying glass is another great item. Seniors' eyes aren't what they used to be, s...

  • Mar
    21
    Arctic sea ice : Winter weather : Roads around Newcastle were blocked by deep snow

    When winter rolls around, you need to include some items in your bug out bag that will help you survive during the cold months. These items will go a long way in making you a success out there. Start with a hand axe or a hatchet. You can use it to cut down wood and other things. You also need a weatherproof tarp. It can work as a makeshift shelter and will keep the elements out during those cold winter months. Snow shoes are another must for your bug o...