Maybe it’s just our addiction to Sunday night television involving zombies, but we’ve been thinking a lot more about what we’re going to do when the shit hits the fan. It could be some sort of crazy outbreak, or a cataclysmic event in December, but we have a sneaking suspicion that something’s coming and we’re going to be ready for it. The Gerber Go Bag is a really good place to start if you’re building yourself a bug out bag. The backbone of the operation is a Maxpedition satchel bag with MOLLE mounts for all of your gear, a lot of which is provided by Gerber with the bag. Necessities like: S30V folding blade, metal water bottle, recon light, waterproof note pad, MP600-ST sighting multi-tool and 4oz of Frog Lube. You probably wanna throw in a firearm, some ammo and some aspirin, but the Gerber Go Bag is a good starting point.
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