Pew Pew Tactical: Bug Out Bag List [Ultimate Guide]
Supervolcanoes, solar flairs, terrorists, zombies, Boogaflu… oh my!
The idea of “bugging out” is a hotly debated one in the survival, prepper, and gun owner communities.
While we each have our own reasons for wanting a bug out bag(s)…this list should get you started on the essentials.
I’ll cover what scenarios require a bug out bag (BOB), different types of BOBs, the actual backpacks, and all the goodies to include.
By the end you’ll have a great understanding (and shopping list) to create your own for your specific situation.
See the full guide on Pew Pew Tactical's website here.
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