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For you experienced bug-in preppers, lets say you have lost all your preps (reasons unknown), but this is countered by the good fortune of winning $2K to spend, but only on Prepping. What would you spend it on? (anything but weapons, those you still have).
So this is your chance to do it again, from scratch, but using all that you have learned. What you don't spend, you lose.

For example:
1. Mylar bags, sizes, x, y, z,
2. O2 absorbers, sizes, a, b, c
3. 5 gal buckets
4. Food: rice, wheat, #10 cans, MREs, canning supplies, etc.
5. Survival gear
6. Electronic: radios, cbs, surveillance, solar, etc.
7. Gardening stuff: seeds, plants, raised planters, buckets, etc.
8. etc.


Go! :grin:
 

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Large back pack in multicam camo;
Quality sleeping bag and air mattress;
Camping gear - saw, entrenching tool, axe, machete, ratcheting pruners; tent; stove; lantern; heater; canteens; ground tarp; mess kit; firestarter/lighter; water filtration system; poncho and rain gear; heavy coat; quality boots for hiking and waterproof hunting boots; compass; headlamp; fixed and folding blade knife; duffle bags; mag dump pouch; load bearing equipment; war belt; rifle scabbard; boonie hat; bandannas; quality gloves; moleskin and first aid kit; camp stove and a coffee pot.

Any change left over - food...and ammo.
 

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Verteidiger,

Was thinking more from a Bug-in family prepper perspective. But your list is good from a bug-out survivalist standpoint.
 

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1.Water filtration system
2. A bunch of Life Straws
3. Food (mostly rice and beans)
4. seeds for garden
5. canning supplies
6. Traps conibear, snares, maybe a few live traps.
 

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$500 water supply. This includes 2-275 gallon totes, 2 homespunenvironmental filters, 3 - 5 gallon buckets, chlorine, and 5 -8 ft lengths for the roof rain gutter to collect water from.

$600 on food. This includes about $400 in order from Costco in lentils, rice, beans, and a veggie stew they sell now I have added chicken too and is great. The other $200 is also Costco but day to day kibbles in large supplies.

$300 on a solar panel 180w, inverter and Sanyo battery charger.

$300 on a Craigslist best I can find generator,

$300 replacing to non firearms related bug out bags, lights, blankets, tent, first aid, tools, etc.
 

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