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    SHTF Checklist

    Rifle
    Pistol
    Ammo
    Food
    Vitamins
    Boots (already broken in)
    Clothes to include hat and shades
    Knife
    Sharpener
    Firestarter
    compass
    GPS
    maps
    meds
    first aid kit
    Sleeping bag
    rain gear
    coat and gloves
    Vehicle
    Fuel and fluids topped off

    PLAN AHEAD...DON"T GET CAUGHT OFF GUARD
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    Quote Originally Posted by festus View Post
    Rifle
    Pistol
    Ammo
    Food
    Vitamins
    Boots (already broken in)
    Clothes to include hat and shades
    Knife
    Sharpener
    Firestarter
    compass
    GPS
    maps
    meds
    first aid kit
    Sleeping bag
    rain gear
    coat and gloves
    Vehicle
    Fuel and fluids topped off

    PLAN AHEAD...DON"T GET CAUGHT OFF GUARD

    Don' t forget pots and pans. Allin all agood list

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    Don't forget your toilet paper.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by boyzoi View Post
    Don't forget your toilet paper.....

    ....or you might end up having to use your kife to remove the sleeves from your shirts!



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    Sun glasses and an extra pair of reading glasses if you need them just in case.
    By faith Noah,being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear,prepared an ark to the saving of his house;by the which he condemned the world,and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith Heb.11:7

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    Not specifically mentioned, but have a plan on where to go if it becomes necessary (along w/ various routes to get there)... coordinated with the destination occupants in advance. Cell-phone chargers (a spare battery is good), emergency radio, soap (the hotel size bars work well), camp shovel, basic gun cleaning kit, ground cloths, the list depends on your location, best guess at length of deployment, and where you'll go if necessary.
    I keep some basic gear always ready, w/ lists to fit different scenarios (short term, long term, close, distant, etc.). A hand-held scanner can be handy. GFRS radios are handy as well, get the car adapter for them - saves on 1 set of batteries. Use your imagination. Make sure the 1st aid kit has some limited major trauma contents - blood clotting compound/spray, heavy bandages, suture kits, lidocaine and some insulin syringes can be very useful. Water purification tablets. I use a plastic ammo can for this - can handle just about anything thru minor surgery. A pack of ShamWows (as advertised on tv) are great. Have a way to pack it efficiently. Practice packing on short notice... you'll work the bugs out and be ready if and when.
    I have 2 different set-ups here in hurricane country - 1 for the wife going by herself, and 1 for both of us.

    Howard
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