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Old 03-20-2010, 09:12 AM   #21
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While I dislike Nutnfancy some of the time, he has a three part series on urban pack creation for disaster. Search for it. You will change everything you do with your design... Well, everyone but Glockman...
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Old 03-22-2010, 11:07 PM   #22
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All of you have forgotten one of the most important things...WATER! I would bring the following...

Canteens of water/ purifying tablets
MREs
Warm clothes/ Some Gortex
EMT Kit
Fireproof matches
Compass
Maps
Gold/valuables (figuring cash wont be worth shi*)
Tact. vest with heavy body armor
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Old 03-23-2010, 11:01 AM   #23
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Water filtration kit and purification tablets are all that I need. Living where I do in Florida, there is ample fresh water!
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Old 03-25-2010, 01:49 PM   #24
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Heads Up: Good deal on military issue packs...

Large Military Backpack With Frame SPECIAL 2 for $50.00 INCLUDES SHIPPING AND INSURANCE

This is a great pack. Used but in good condition. Each pack will be a little different. These are all U.S. Military Large Backpacks. Alice Pack. Includes large backpack, made of waterproof duck nylon. Tons of pockets. Frame, waist strap, kidney pad, and shoulder straps. This is a great deal. You can carry tons of gear. Shipping, insurance and handling charge included in price of pack except for international buyers. International buyers please contact me for shipping rates. "Note" Not all packs have the camo straps. Some are green,tan etc. They are all military issue. In good usable condition. All have quick release and adjustment features. ------------ WE HAVE SCHEDULED ORDERS OF THIS PRODUCT ABOUT EVERY TWO WEEKS.......THIS PRODUCT CYCLES THROUGH RATHER QUICKLY.......THIS PRODUCT IS USUALLY 7 to 10 business days out before it ships. We will ship sooner if possible. ------SPECIAL-----LIMITED TIME OFFER-----LIMITED QUANITIES-----2 FOR $50.00------ INCLUDES SHIPPING AND INSURANCE--------- This is a great pack. Used but in good condition. Each pack will be a little different. These are all U.S. Military Large Backpacks. Alice Pack. Includes large backpack, made of waterproof duck nylon. Tons of pockets. Frame, waist strap, kidney pad, and shoulder straps. This is a great deal. You can carry tons of gear. Shipping, insurance and handling charge included in price of pack except for international buyers. International buyers please contact me for shipping rates. "Note" Not all packs have the camo straps. Some are green,tan etc. They are all military issue. In good usable condition. All have quick release and adjustment features. ------------ WE HAVE SCHEDULED ORDERS OF THIS PRODUCT ABOUT EVERY TWO WEEKS.......THIS PRODUCT CYCLES THROUGH RATHER QUICKLY.......THIS PRODUCT IS USUALLY 7 to 10 business days out before it ships. We will ship sooner if possible.




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I ordered a set of the bags but noticed this deal also:

Military Modular Sleep System for $125
http://shop.cjlenterprize.com/US-Mil...ULARSLPBAG.htm

That's a good price provided the kits are in good condition. Coverage for all 4 seasons. I've been looking for something like that since here in NY we have a real winter and a real summer to deal with.

Here's a similar setup going for $650
http://www.afmo.com/SlumbjerJack_Com.../209-00286.htm

Maybe next paycheck...
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just watched the 3 NutnFancy videos.

Now I gotta buy a parachute in case I am in a high rise.

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just watched the 3 NutnFancy videos.

Now I gotta buy a parachute in case I am in a high rise.

Oh sweet Lord almighty...he's talking about Col. Grossman. He goes into a discussion of the Sheepdog concept, and he has no idea what he's talking about...
What's ironic is that in another video, he's hanging out with a guy who occasionally rides with the Hells Angels, who are the "wolves". Words cannot adequately express how much this guy is a numb-nuts.
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Oh sweet Lord almighty...he's talking about Col. Grossman. He goes into a discussion of the Sheepdog concept, and he has no idea what he's talking about...
What's ironic is that in another video, he's hanging out with a guy who occasionally rides with the Hells Angels, who are the "wolves". Words cannot adequately express how much this guy is a numb-nuts.
hes got a lot of good table-top gun reviews which is what i primarily watch. some of those "run-and-gun" situations are good to watch to see how they set up courses and build stress for tension shooting. whenever he gets into philosophy though, i just turn it off
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hes got a lot of good table-top gun reviews which is what i primarily watch. some of those "run-and-gun" situations are good to watch to see how they set up courses and build stress for tension shooting. whenever he gets into philosophy though, i just turn it off
Yeah, the run and gun stuff isn't too bad. I have a hard time watching it and not pointing out all the errors, but with some of that stuff he's on the right track. It's just obvious that he's not going off of real-world experience/combat training. The philosophy stuff is just terrible, though.
He's a lot like the MilSpecMonkey - Trying hard, giving out decent product information, but impossible not to laugh at them.



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Yeah, the run and gun stuff isn't too bad. I have a hard time watching it and not pointing out all the errors, but with some of that stuff he's on the right track. It's just obvious that he's not going off of real-world experience/combat training. The philosophy stuff is just terrible, though.
He's a lot like the MilSpecMonkey - Trying hard, giving out decent product information, but impossible not to laugh at them.
he says hes been in law enforcement for at least 2 decades. i dunno the validity of that statement though, could just be for e-fame. truthfully, id rather have you or jonjon back me up in a real-life situation
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he says hes been in law enforcement for at least 2 decades. i dunno the validity of that statement though, could just be for e-fame. truthfully, id rather have you or jonjon back me up in a real-life situation
Mall security guards and Walmart asset protection are technically law enforcement related...
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Ok.

I am doing three Pelican 1600s + for my SHTF situation.

Pelicans are crush proof, water proof, lockable, and float.

These are for throwing in the Suburban and hitting the gas.

Case 1 - Weapons
Case 2 - Normal Survival Stuff (First Aid, Food, etc)
Case 3 - Luxury Emergency Stuff (Clothes, Cat Supplies, More Food, etc)


Below is case 1. (2 and 3 in the works)

I decided to simplify it and shrink it down. My original was a Pelican 1650 (huge) with every handgun I own.

This one has:

(1) Glock 19 with Trijicon Night Sights (9mm)
(2) Glock 19s with Standard Sights (9mm)
(1) Glock 26 (9mm)
(1) Ruger SP101 (.357)

(4) Glock OEM 33rd Mags
(5) Glock OEM 17rd Mags
(6) Magpul PMag 30rd AR15 Mags

(500) 9mm rounds - hollowpoint
(500) 9mm rounds - FMJ
(500) .223/5.56 rounds
(200) 7.62x39 rounds
(100) .38 Special - hollowpoint

(30) Wiretie handcuffs
(2) Maglight Mini LED flashlights
(1) Glock OEM GTL21 light/laser
(1) Glock Field Survival Knife
(1) S&W Police Handcuffs

The idea is that everything stays in it except for the guns. All the semi autos use the same round and magazines and the .357 (for her) uses .38 which is the same as my pocket gun that I always carry.

Pretty simple for her too...throw all the glocks and your gun in the case. The foam is cut identical for all 5 guns so it doesnt even matter how they are put in the case.

Grab the cases, the rifles, and the cats and get in the truck...







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Doubles as a cool range box too
My 1650 was my doubler, that clear case in the middle with the dividers x 2 plus every handgun I own.

The idea was to put my defense ammo in there when stored then swap out the two boxes with range ammo.

The 1650 has wheels also so I think I will keep it as the range monster.



I may downsize/upgrade them all to the 1510 (little smaller with wheels)
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This is the list of everything that is currently packed in my hurricane/B-O-B trunk (oddly enough, labeled "Trunk Contents" on the spreadsheet). The other items are for packing purposes should we need to leave town immediately. And yes, tampons are on the list.
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I carried those in my medic bag in the Army. Great for plugging GSW holes.
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