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I created two of these bags for my wife and I to keep in the trunks of our cars.
I watched quite a number of videos to get ideas from other people about what
should or should not be in the bags.
The bags were designed to contain everything that we might need to get home in an urban environment
over a distance of up to 35 miles.
And my initial intent was to make the bag as light as possible.
I think we’ve achieved this with a bag that weighs under 10 pounds.
So let’s take a look.
Right off the top, this is a single-shoulder carry bag, but I’ve added a waist strap
to it to keep it from flopping around
and it makes it quite comfortable.
I also have the ability to
switch shoulders on it.
It could be reconfigured within just four five
seconds to go for the left shoulder or the right shoulder
shoulder so that as my shoulder gets
tired of carrying it, I can switch to the
other one and get some relief. So it works
either way I’ve got it. So it’s very easy to
put on and take off because it is a
single shoulder bag and just sort of
throw it over your shoulder and then use
that extra strap to strap it to your
waist so that it’s reasonably secure and
this and trying to fall off your
shoulder the bag has several pockets and
pouches on it and so I want to talk
about what’s on the exterior in the bag
first first on 24 ounce metal water
container this is minimal water
especially for round here but I expect
that because I’m in an urban environment
water will be available people find
water in a pool or in a tap or something
like that along the way so I should be
able to replenish unless things have
really gone far along I also have on the
exterior a survival whistle this is one
of the loudest whistles that’s available
and this particular whistle would be
very good for signaling and it’s outside
and accessible
also on the outside I have a small pouch
where I have things that I might need to
access immediately there’s a tiny
Leatherman tool there’s a Bic lighter
there’s a button compass and there’s a
good Phoenix flashlight with a lanyard
so the things that I’m likely to need in
an in short order on the open on the
outside of the pack inside the pack we
have a spare set of wool socks which
give you a change of socks for walking
pair of gloves so you can protect your
hands when you have to manipulate or
move through things that could cause cut
scratches and then later on infections a
shemagh which is useful for a million
different things and then a very good
frog talk poncho which also can be used
as a field expedient shelter so it could
be held up with some cordage okay let’s
look next at tools and equipment so we
have some cordage is what 50 feet of
paracord here 550 paracord a very
interesting little survival knife which
is very inexpensive but came with a
sheath has some paracord wrapped around
the tangle the handle it’s a full tang
has a little bit of saw in the back of a
pretty good tanto knife and it has a
fire steel also there’s a small roll of
duct tape some battery replacements for
my electronic equipment on my flashlight
carabiners that I can attach something
to outside of my pack conveniently and
easily there’s large size freezer bags
that I can use to carry water if
necessary or other items then there’s
$120 in cash plus about 10 dollars in
quarters in case we find a working
vending machine or something like that
and a very small Leatherman very compact
has some nice tools in it and then two
sizes of tie wraps including the high
quality ones with the metal tang in them
and that can be used for field repairs
or to attach something to the pack or
they have a million uses so they can be
really helpful okay that brings us to
personal protection stuff first we have
two particulate masks in case I’m
traveling with someone else you can both
have masks in case I’m required for
smoke or dust just to live in the
deserts we have some sun protection for
skin and lips have some personal
protection in non-lethal and high
and pepper spray also I wanted to remind
people a tack of a spare set of your
prescription glasses these are cheaters
which are fine for me and then a little
bag of aspirin here just to remind me to
tell you about bringing your own
medications if you have something you
need daily I’ll bring two or three days
or more of your medications with you see
you have them in the open become
desperate and over something that’s
medically necessary and first aid we
have a Spanish a small one and then a
first-aid kit which contains some night
travel gloves a number of bandages
different kinds of medications and
mostly two mole skin and blister
protection because if you are walking a
great deal of distance and you wind up
with something that something comes up
on your feet you have to take care of
your feet have an Israeli bandage in
case of some kind of major trauma for
lighting we have a couple of snap lights
which are good long term you know
multi-hour solutions to give some light
so you can navigate or see headlamps so
that you can operate in the dark
hands-free small flashlight and a spare
battery for the small flashlight and
both the flashlight in the spare are
lithium batteries because they’re
considerably lighter than alkaloids and
they last longer and they also have a
low much longer shelf-life so you know
I’m less likely to have a situation
where I pull the flashlight out in its
dead and I have no way of getting it
going
moving on we have some hygiene items
slot and part roll of toilet paper some
hand sanitizer some button towels these
you can take a cap of water from your
water bottle drop this in and it makes a
wet towel that you can use there’s some
soap flakes some wet naps and some wet
ones for keeping clean and then there’s
also a very small camping or hiking
towel because you’re forever getting wet
or may have to wash your hands and this
is a way of making whatever that is dry
again you can hang it on your pack to
dry it out so you can reuse it again
later next we have some fire and
nutrition items it’s three sources of
fire here first is a very inexpensive
Finnell lens it’s very lightweight and
boy down here in the southwest does this
do a job of lighting a fire you can have
a fighter running in seconds just using
the Sun and we have Sun most days have a
deck lighter and a fire steel which is a
fuckin fire seal beside the one that we
had in the knife
plus a little bit of cotton in Vaseline
for fire starter and some as
bitch fuel tabs which could be used for
making long-term fire without having to
gather anything or basically enough fire
to boil the water or something like that
we have some teriyaki which is good for
hydration or salt which you lose fast
when you’re sweating in the desert some
granola bars some coffee packs and some
sugar go in the coffee and also some
hydration have us to make flavored water
so you can drink something other than
just water may cut the flavor or
something that maybe doesn’t taste so
good now water purification tablets in
case we need them and then very
important we have a sillcock key the
sillcock key is used in the in an urban
environment almost every building has
some kind of a faucet on the back of the
building somewhere sometimes they’re
covered with a metal shield and all you
could see is some holes in the metal but
inside there is a faucet that has no
handle and the silcock key is the tool
that’s used to turn that water on an off
suit so we can obtain water we have a
metal 24 ounce water container 24 ounces
gives me something for survival it’s not
too heavy and because it’s metal I can
use a tea water so I can boil new water
and make it safe to drink
using that container and it fits the
pack and doesn’t add too much weight for
navigation and communications I have
laminated city street map a state map
and a basic navigation guide so that I
don’t have to rely on just what I can
remember from Boy Scouts and I have a
right in the rain pad and pans so that I
can make notes or leave notes and I have
a reasonably good orienteering compass
with a magnifier which is another fire
source and for navigation and a small
button compass that goes on the outside
of the pack so I have something ready to
use I also have a celestron monocular so
I can see down the road and can see
what’s up ahead can swap danger or
opportunity pretty lightweight normally
I wouldn’t keep it in the pack but I do
want to protect the optics so it doesn’t
get scratched up for damaged and all the
vibration from the car so it’s inside
that but almost nothing else I have is
inside its packaging because that’s just
unnecessary extra weight I also have an
FRS and gmrs radio which has higher
power and can reach a little bit farther
and gmrs requires that you have a
license but a group license will cover
all of your radios for your group it’s
not very expensive you can easily get it
online
also have a small signal mirror and a
very very loud survival whistle so that
I can signal to someone else that a
level beyond what you could do with just
with your voice all of this is carried
in a unit gear crossbody sling pack it’s
a one shoulder pack seems to be pretty
well made it has a little bit of webbing
in here so it’s not too hot the only
thing I’ve added to it is an extra strap
that holds it down across your waist so
it’s a little bit more comfortable to
carry long term has a small pouch on the
on the straps you can get access things
in my case a knife on the far side a
compass and the things that you might
need has a baggage but a water bottle in
this case my steel water bottle goes in
it has a carry handle on it it’s also
set up so you can put a hydration pack
in it although I don’t use it that way
and then has a pack on the back where
you can put in flat things and then 2x
or 3x on pouches that give lots of
capacity and I’m able to fit everything
in it’s in a pretty sturdily built seems
like a pretty good well-made bag and
rounds out my entire kit to little over
nine point four pounds and meets my
design goals trying to get a pack under
10 pounds that had everything in it now
almost everything that’s in here is
things that I ordered from Amazon and it
comes from a lot of research that I did
with from other people that have done
similar videos and I want to thank them
for their expertise and for their ideas
and suggestions which have culminated
and and what I think currently is the
best pack that I can build within my
requirements it is a little pricey oh
and put all this together and a lot of
people may substitute items that are
less expensive to procure I think for
each of the packs my wife and I have in
our cars we’re out of pocket something
around three hundred dollars but of
course that includes about $130 in cash
that’s in the pocket so if you’re not
carrying that cash or the cash is kind
of separately from the equipment it’s
considerably less than that we also keep
in the trunks of our cars walking shoes
hats jackets and items for personal
protection I hope you find this video
useful and I’ve included a complete list
of all the items in the bag in the
comments below so you can use this as
the basis of your own
man if you’re watching this you probably
have some great ideas about to get home
bag too so let me know what you think
what have I missed what could I do to
make it better what have you got in your
bag that I’ve overlooked let me know in
the comments below and don’t forget to
like the video it really helps me out

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