An INCH bag is the ultimate end-of-the-world bag, the kind of bag you’d want to have if you were heading to the hills during a Red Dawn type disaster.
What you put in your bug out bag depends on several factors. However, there are a few rules that apply to every bag, no matter what items you choose.
Although you don’t want your bug out bag to be too heavy, some items can’t be sacrificed. The solution is to replace them with lightweight alternatives.
This is something people don’t think about. How do you mess up a bug out bag? But there are at least 5 mistakes a lot of preppers are making.
There are countless articles on how to make bug out bags, but what if you have to bug out with your spouse, kids, and other family members?
If your bug out bag is so heavy you can’t carry it more than a few miles, then you’ll have to ditch some of the items, anyway. Here’s what you DON’T need.
Bugging out in an urban locale presents its own set of unique survival considerations. Here are the top five urban survival considerations.
When the end of the world is nigh, and the zombies are moving into your neighborhood, you and your family will be ready. You have well-stocked bug out bags that are ready to go, you know all the safest places to head to, and you have purchased plenty of water, shelf-stable food, and other survival […]
Although this site is geared toward people who intend to ride out disasters at home, there may be instances where you need a bug out bag.