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Message Subject Thinking About Survival Kits...
Poster Handle planetbarb
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Well, my pocket kit conprises a cell phone, a couple of credit cards, a leatherman tool and a pair of glasses with lenses that can be combined to start a fire.

My car kit includes three or four bottles of water, an e-Trex GPS, a camera, a toolbox with the usual complement of emergency car-fix stuff including duct tape, a small first aid kit, and two flashlights, including a 4-cell MagLite; but I do not have a Taurus Model 65 revolver.

Since I live only about an hour from where I want to be if things start to get silly, my "bug-out kit" is the stuff from my car-kit plus three gallons or more of water, a couple of change of clothes, some snack-bars. My wife and daughter have some quick-change stuff, but they do not have Taurus Model 65 revolvers either, nor do we have a Mossberg 500 shotgun.

My son does not live at home, so I am not sure what he has.
 Quoting: Duncan Kunz

Sounds good.
You might want to add a cache of cash - no telling what could happen to the electricity, electronics, ATMs banking etc.
There are some pro fire starting kits, and small cook stoves and stash of groceries and water purification. Blanket, tent more water....
Cans gas.
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