Bug Out / Bail Out / Get Home Bag Contents: What to Pack (PART 1)

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** Click the link below for PART 2: **
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGsH7WArbeA

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Welcome to Part 1 of a multi-part series where we here at TBP put ourselves, and our gear, to the test in a 72 hour bug out wilderness survival situation. Parts 1 and 2 will be us presenting our bug out / bail out bags along with the contents for each one and a little bit of our philosophy on why we packed what we packed. We did not let each other know what our items were until day 1 of the shoot, so we learned a lot from each other as to things we hadn’t thought of or additional items that we wished we had brought. In the event of a natural, or man-made disaster, it would be a bad time to realize the short-comings of your bug out bag contents. Practice makes perfect, and we encourage all of you out there to listen to different schools of thought, learn what works best for you and your family, and for the sake of all that is good and holy, TEST your items out before you might have to stake your life on them. High-tech gadgets that you might have paid a ton of money for may mean little when you can’t accomplish necessary and simple tasks such as build shelter, start a fire, cook / catch food, or filter water for drinking. Learn from our mistakes, make a list of items while you’re watching that might help you and packing your own bag, and please feel free to comment as to help educate our viewers on your own philosophy of what to pack and why.

*(Sorry for the poor audio quality at times as the wind picked up, and there’s some bleed from the law enforcement training facility that was on the adjacent mountain range.)*

The bags featured in this part are the 5.11 All Hazards Bag, the Maxpedition Vulture 2, and the Blackhawk Block “Go” bag. We were extremely impressed with all 3 of these stellar packs… individual pack reviews to follow shortly.

Stay tuned for more parts coming very soon!

Gear / Brands Used:
– Blackhawk
– 5.11
– Maxpedition
– Crye Precision
– Katadyn
– Tru-Spec
– Gerber
– Smith & Wesson
– Ruger
– Springfield Armory
– FoxFury
– Streamlight
– Nitecore
– Fenix
– BioLite
– Motorola
– Sunto
– Coghlan’s
– Light My Fire

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