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Garbage Bags: An Item For Your Bug Out Bag

Garbage Bags: An Item For Your Bug Out Bag

Garbage bags should me one of those extras that you pick into your bug out bag.  They are useful for so many things and I guarantee that if you have one with you, you’ll find something to use it for. Here are just a few examples of what you can do with garbage bags in a survival situation: 1. Ground sheet 2. Overhead shelter 3. Improvised poncho 4. Waterproofing backpack contents or your she... »

How To Select The Right Bug Out Bag

How To Select The Right Bug Out Bag

Just about anything you can carry could be considered a Bug Out Bag. However, lugging a suitcase through the woods wouldn’t translate into a good time. A rucksack or day-pack, while a much better choice than a suitcase or other type of container, isn’t the best bug Out Bag selection you could make. The Best Bug Out Bag is a Backpack with an Internal or External Frame. That sounds relat... »

Paracord Belt with Caribiner Buckle and D-Ring

Paracord Belt with Caribiner Buckle and D-Ring

This is a combination of a couple of my other pages(links below), so if I miss any steps, check them out too. This is what you end up with – A one and three quarter inch wide paracord belt with a removable 3000lb carabiner at one end and a 2500lb triangle D-ring at the other. The webbing should be good for around 7000lb, with the seven down and back runs. The whole belt comes apart with a quick un... »