There are unlimited different survival bag combinations one could put together. The key is to create a bag that contains the specific contents you need for it’s most probably use. For example, if your create a bug out bag to be used when for SHTF or any other armageddon type scenario then that bag will contain radically different content then a bag used to get home if your car is stranded on the side of the highway. Furthermore, if you leave in tsunami zone and you want to bag to grab in case you have to flee for the top of the hill quickly that bag should have different contents. A SHTF type bag will contain mostly tools, food, water filters, shelter, extra clothing, and other long-term items. For a tsunami evacuation bag or get home bag you would want things like a portable cell phone charger, bottled water, blankets, and food that can be eaten without cooking or preparation. In most cases, I advise people have multiple bug out bags and customized them for the most probable emergency scenarios.
In this video check out some possible gear choices for a bug out bag type system.
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