Contents of a 'Go-Pack'

Ok did not have a clue what bogroll was until now thanks for the heads up. Yes going full mall ninja to early would be bad.



ULTRA COMPACT / AR15 DISCREET SPORTING RIFLE CASE – Bulldog Gun Cases and Gun Vaults

I keep that with a carbine and 2 mags in the back of my vehicle, as well as the P227 with 3 mags. Not going all out but not unable to defend the family either.
It still screams "THERE IS A GUN IN HERE".

I did see a very nice set of very civilian Berghaus daysack/rucksacks that were especially made some years ago for a military client organisation. To all intents and purposes they looked like student daysacks, but were designed and constructed for very rapid access to the contents.

Never seen anything similar for sale, anywhere.

As for Mall Ninja: Having experienced the edge and effects of a couple of Florida hurricanes and spoken with the local police about the problems they had after a tornado hit nearby in Dallas you can't strap on a pistol too soon afterwards. The parasites start trying to loot the second that the weather is gone.

I have mentioned previously my ex-fireman mate in Florida. Shortly after he moved down from NY a tropical storm through his neighbourhood blew a tree onto the back of his house opening up the wall - other houses were damaged too. He expected trouble, took a chair onto the front lawn along with his cooler and sat himself down with his AK. Trouble kept driving when they saw him, he communicated and chatted with the local police when they did their rounds and he had no problems.

As soon as that last big one passed through Florida looters were into the local Dicks in the Millenia complex. Police went to deal and discovered that the looters had been after the stock of guns and ammo and a protracted firefight ensued.

This sort of thing is not uncommon in many neighbourhoods after weather hits Florida, best to set your parameters as soon as. The residents turn it into a bit of an event with beers and BBQ'ed meat, but it keeps the parasites away:


My late father in law during the LA riots started seeing the smoke from fires getting closer, warnings from the police not to travel to certain areas, national guard deployed and when he could smell the smoke...decided he needed a gun. Went to the gunstore/sign here/background check here and come back in 1o days or so...

Luckily he had a friend in the L.E community who loaned him one. He said his brother was 10 days without water and electricity after Northridge and water trailers/FEMA was a week out.
 

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Carry two quick access tourniquets each.....you have two femoral arteries.
Interesting. I was talking to one of the more switched on nurses last week .
Got talking about the feedback from AFG on the medical side. mentioned CAT tourniquets, and the way in which ABC has changed to CABC for the Army.

I understand South West ambulance service have adopted them. Still got one somewhere....
 
Interesting. I was talking to one of the more switched on nurses last week .
Got talking about the feedback from AFG on the medical side. mentioned CAT tourniquets, and the way in which ABC has changed to CABC for the Army.

I understand South West ambulance service have adopted them. Still got one somewhere....
CAT's are good stuff, I have one in my blowout kit. Cellox as well.
 
My late father in law during the LA riots started seeing the smoke from fires getting closer, warnings from the police not to travel to certain areas, national guard deployed and when he could smell the smoke...decided he needed a gun. Went to the gunstore/sign here/background check here and come back in 1o days or so...

Luckily he had a friend in the L.E community who loaned him one. He said his brother was 10 days without water and electricity after Northridge and water trailers/FEMA was a week out.
I plan on 30 days before any sort of relief would show up, and double the number of the people who reside in the home. Odds are you will have family etc show up who will need things.
 
I might be showing my age, but look up some of the stuff that went on in Sarajevo for an idea of what could be required in the medium term.

Round here, and just over the border in Germany, the recommendation is for ten days of self sufficiency at home. After the day when water and electricity had both failed (the digger repairing the water-main had bust the power-cable) yet the gas was still working, one of the neighbour apartment dwellers managed to set a gas heater on fire and get their apartment going - so now I have two large foam fire-extinguishers as well.
 
I might be showing my age, but look up some of the stuff that went on in Sarajevo for an idea of what could be required in the medium term.

Round here, and just over the border in Germany, the recommendation is for ten days of self sufficiency at home. After the day when water and electricity had both failed (the digger repairing the water-main had bust the power-cable) yet the gas was still working, one of the neighbour apartment dwellers managed to set a gas heater on fire and get their apartment going - so now I have two large foam fire-extinguishers as well.
There is a very good article by a guy who lived through that and its very popular among the preppers. Let me see if I can find it.
 
I plan on 30 days before any sort of relief would show up, and double the number of the people who reside in the home. Odds are you will have family etc show up who will need things.
Yeah, the family and friends are always "why do you have so much water/guns/punji stakes...'"

But when the discussion of earthquake comes around "Ahh, well I plan on coming over and sleeping at yours...'
 
Interesting. I was talking to one of the more switched on nurses last week .
Got talking about the feedback from AFG on the medical side. mentioned CAT tourniquets, and the way in which ABC has changed to CABC for the Army.

I understand South West ambulance service have adopted them. Still got one somewhere....
http://www.specialmedics.com/assets/pdf/TCCC-Kragh-Tourniquets-in-OEF-+-OIF-JSOM-2013.pdf

This history of the CAT has an interesting time line interspersed with the wordy bits covering lots of key points, starting in 1993 with with 7% of deaths in Mogadishu/GOTHIC SERPENT due to limb bleeds.

For spods/geeks, here is a history of the tourniquet and the mis-use in battlefield conditions of WW1 &2 that led to discontinuation of widespread use.
http://104.131.4.44/images/uploads/2015/11/028-history-of-tourniquet-use-2011.pdf
 
Yeah, the family and friends are always "why do you have so much water/guns/punji stakes...'"

But when the discussion of earthquake comes around "Ahh, well I plan on coming over and sleeping at yours...'
Yeah, that is the no shit truth. "Why do you waste your money on that kind of crap?" Until something happens then you become the new best friend and go to.
 
Just stumbled away from a post work drink at which one of the contractors was explaining how his brother is part of what he describes as a mutual assistance collective.

Sounded more like a poorly equipped Survivalist Militia to me so asked where his brother was.

"Kent"

All became clear.
 
His talk about needing weapons most importantly is scary in the modern uk.

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