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BOB, cache Shambler 12/12/04(Tue)09:58 No. 4071 ID: 435599
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ITT We post pics of our caches, stashes, and BOBs. Also list contents if you would be so kind sirs.


Here we see an older collection of my gear from earlier attempts at prepping.


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Shambler 12/12/04(Tue)10:00 No. 4073 ID: 6097dd

Army M109A3 - 2.5 ton offroad/no-road capacity
- M105 trailer - 1.5 ton offroad/no-road capacity
- Wood burning stove
- Queen size mattress
- Sink
- Propane stove & oven
- Solar trickle charger
- Food stores
- Water stores
- Diesel stores
- Propane stores

FN FS2000 & clips
- Spare magazines
- TLR-1s HP for long distance light
- EOtech sight, 3x magnifier, and spare batts in stock
- Backup tritium night sights in stock
- Grip-pod bipod


XD 5" tactical .45 cal
- Spare magazines
- TLR-1 Pistol light
- Tritium night sights

Kelty backpack w/ 3L camelbak - digital ACU
- Army standard tritium lensatic compass
- Telescoping fishing pole, spare hooks, and string line
- Parachute cord,
- Firestarters-lighter, matches, scrape & strike, etc.
- 2 emergency blankets
- Frog Toggs rain gear - tan
- Collapsable Gerber saw
- Signal mirror
- Signal flare/fire starters (2)
- Spare knife
- Three function headlamp
- Spare headlamp, one function
- Garmin GPS
- Spare batteries
- Compact Leupold binoculars
* Navy issue Gas Mask - *to be replaced*
- Two dozen plastic grocery bags
* Axe handle (blunt weapon)
* Face shield
- Toilet paper
- Pocket size backpacking spade
- Spare clear & tinted eye shields
- Thin/light leather gloves
- Thin orange fleece gloves
- Thin Orange fleece beanie
- Emergency Poncho
- Nine hour candle
- Razor blade
- Water purification tabs
* Backup water bag
* Empty Ziploc bags
- Duct tape on dowel
- P39 can opener - more than one in different pockets
- Emergency whistle
- Orange marker tape
- Glow sticks
- Butt pack/bag to keep light kit in
- Multiple carabeaners, non-load bearing
- Mcmurdo FastFind GPS PLB
- Off backwoods "dry" bugspray
- Bullfrog 30 spf "dry" facial sunscreen
- Wood shims for splinting or fire
- Ozark Trail 'kitchen tool'
- Backup Leatherman
- Medikit suitable for an EMT
- Stethescope
- Meds

Other
- Battery and handcrank backup powered radio w/ weather alert
- Handcrank w/ integral battery powered spotlight
- Chili cheese Fritos - food and firestarter (yep)

Belt pouch
- Leatherman Super Tool
- Maglight Led 2AA flashlight
- Trauma shears
- Two pairs rubber gloves
- Bic lighter


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Shambler 12/12/04(Tue)10:02 No. 4075 ID: 6097dd

Bump to top....


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Martin Grim 12/12/04(Tue)10:11 No. 4076 ID: 435599
4076

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I categorize my personal gear according to function and mission objective. Specifically there are 2 modes of operation for your load-out gear: Raid mode, and Bug-Out mode. Raid-mode emphasizes combat effectiveness and mobility; you would go with raid gear for most missions once you have an established HQ. Bug-out mode is exactly what you think and can be further split into 2 common categories: Automotive, and On-Foot.

Here's an idea of what my Raid gear looks like sans the combat harness and weapons.


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Martin Grim 12/12/04(Tue)11:03 No. 4077 ID: 435599
4077

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Here's some of the tastier bits from my self-defense implements. At the moment these would be my Raid weapons.


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Shambler 13/01/19(Sat)03:12 No. 4179 ID: 435599
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Shambler 14/08/03(Sun)12:02 No. 5180 ID: 99394a

bump


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Shambler 16/07/21(Thu)10:26 No. 5508 ID: 6d923d
5508

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My go bag for just about everything. Also use this for hiking. I lay it out for myself about every 2 months. The Tension Pneumothorax Needles are expired but I imagine they'd still work. I noticed that a lot of people do not have proper first aid at hand and I think that might be a mistake. Not shown are rat fucked MRE's. I figured those are a given.


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Shambler 16/07/21(Thu)10:27 No. 5509 ID: 6d923d
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Some very overlooked tools I have. I think a decent amount of practice spent rake picking goes a long way. I'm not a locksmith but having the option to quietly get into locks is essential. I prefer gerbers to leatherman for price reasons. Still a great tool


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Shambler 16/07/21(Thu)10:48 No. 5510 ID: 6d923d

>>4076
>>4179
What's with the clean acu's and price tags? Do you guys drill at all?


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Shambler 16/07/21(Thu)10:57 No. 5511 ID: 6d923d
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See you gentlemen on zday



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