What Equipment/tools/do You Carry With You?

Discussion in 'Survival Gear' started by Keith H., Jun 26, 2017.

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  1. Keith H.

    Keith H. Moderator Staff Member
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    We all know that regardless of the choices we make regarding a safe place in a TEOTWAWKI situation, we may need to leave at some time for a safer place further away. So tell us what you carry, a full list of the tools & equipment, food & water & tell us how much your main pack weighs.
    Keith.
     
  2. StolenKid

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    Ok, first of all, my beautiful and trustworthy knife, also a backpack with a bottle of water, lighter, first aid kid, some extra clothes, food and an extra knife just in case.
     
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  3. Keith H.

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    Possibly okay for a picnic, but you have a long way to go yet before you are ready for TEOTWAWKI. However, collecting all you need is the fun part :)
    Keith.
     
  4. Keith H.

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    Equipment List.
    .62 cal/20 gauge flintlock fusil. 42 inch barrel.
    .70 caliber smoothbore flintlock pistol.
    Gun tools and spare lock parts.
    Shot pouch and contents.
    Leather drawstring pouch of .60 caliber ball (in knapsack).
    Powder horn.
    Ball mould and swan shot mould.
    3 Gunpowder wallets
    Lead ladle.
    Butcher/Hunting knife.
    Legging knife.
    Clasp knife.
    Tomahawk.
    Fire bag.
    Tinderbox.
    Belt pouch.
    Fishing tackle in brass container.
    Two brass snares.
    Roll of brass snare wire.
    Knapsack.
    Scrip.
    Market Wallet.
    Tin Cup.
    Kettle.
    Water filter bags (cotton & linen bags).
    Medical Kit.
    Housewife.
    Piece of soap and a broken ivory comb.
    Dried foods in bags.
    Wooden spoon.
    Compass.
    Whet stone.
    Small metal file.
    Oilcloth.
    One blanket (Monmouth cap, spare wool waistcoat and wool shirt rolled inside blanket).
    Two glass saddle flasks.
    Length of hemp rope.
    Bottle of rum.
    My knapsack weighs roughly 9 KG.



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  5. greymanila

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    You must have a reeeeeeeeally big bag!
     
  6. Keith H.

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    No, actually my knapsack is a very small one. Not everything is carried in my knapsack (not all eggs in one basket!).
    Keith.
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  7. omegaman

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    Not much when Im doing stuff around the homestead really. When Im working I carry a hatchet, knife, saw, first aid, water, radio, cell, gps, you name it. I work as a wilderness guide so I must admit getting kind of sick of carrying stuff around.
    But I guess it depends on what Im up to.
     
  8. TexDanm

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    Back pack
    Bed Roll
    Hammock with net
    Tarp
    Kukri
    Folding Swiss Army Knife
    Bushman Knife
    Crook Knife
    Tomahawk
    Trenching tool
    Hone
    Stream Light

    357 mag revolver
    357 mag Winchester 94 trapper
    OR
    22 LR Revolver
    Ruger 10-22

    Ammo
    Fishing kit
    Gill Net
    snare wire
    All in sewing kit
    Medical kit
    Toilet kit
    Leather man wave
    Small tools kit
    Files
    Gimlets
    4” wrench with 6” head
    Small folding saw
    saw N a can
    Assorted saw blades
    4”vice grips

    Fire making kits
    Matches
    Lighters
    Candles
    Jute
    Fat wood
    2 quart pot
    Canteen cup and stove in cover with water tabs
    Water filter
    Para cord
    Survival Rations

    Hoodie
    Socks
    Flannel Shirt
    Cotton shirt
    Poncho & poncho liner

    I am a big boy and can handle a big load if I have to. I've carried 50 lbs/22 Kg several times without too much trouble. I was younger then but I am smarter now and will not waste my strength as I did then. Add to this my shepherds crook staff and I can make tracks.
     
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