Beginner’s Bug-Out-Bag: The everything-you-need-to-pack for when the SHTF survival skills guide

| May 20, 2018


The moment you look back at the past 100 years in history, you might realize that social peace can be gone at a moment’s notice. Next thing you know, it is every man for themselves.

If you want to be prepared for anything and protect your family, you should put together a bug-out-bag that will get you through the initial 72 hours after a crisis. Some people also call it a survival or emergency backpack.

You’ll learn:

– How to analyze your bug-out-situation and avoid purchasing the wrong gear
– Why you shouldn’t bring your microwave when you bug out (and my strategy to buy the best high-quality products for discount prices)
– Why bugging out in full camouflage might get you shot and why you shouldn’t stick out of the crowd during a crisis.
– How to survive a bitterly cold winter night with only a tarp and a lighter (hint: it doesn’t involve checking into a 5* hotel)
– Everything else you need to know to build an efficient and cost-effective bug out bag that might save your life one day

This is the book’s outline:

  • Analysis of your escape situation
  • Physical and mental fitness
  • When should you escape?
  • High quality equipment
  • Backpack
  • Water
  • Rations/Food
  • Clothing
  • Sleeping/Shelter
  • Fire
  • First Aid/Medications/Immunizations
  • Weapons
  • Tools
  • Hygiene
  • Light
  • Communication/Orientation/Technology
  • Other items
  • Bartering and means of payment
  • Escaping with pets
  • Packing/Storage
  • Conclusion
  • Packing list

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