If SHTF and you're caught off guard, chances are you'll be sent running. Unfortunately, that's more likely of a scenario than we like to think. While having everything ready and prepped at home is never a bad idea, there's always a chance that location could become compromised for a number of reasons.
Due to this risk, it's often important to have other backup plans so you're covered even if things do go wrong. And of course, when people do this, they make a bug out plan. Few strategies of emergency survival are more common and effective than simple bugging out.
However, if you are going to bug out, you've immediately got to take care of one major bug out aspect. It's the most important part, and should be your top priority should you choose bugging out as a survival option. And what exactly is that aspect of bugging out? Your bug out bag, obviously.
Out on the road, things will undoubtedly be quite harsh and rough. You'll not only need items to help you out for those reasons, but if you're always on the move, you'll have limited access to resources. The best way to combat this is to bring basic survival resources as well.
And where do all these valuables items go? Your bug out bag, of course! Hence the major importance of it all.
So, to learn more about building an effective and fail-proof bug out bag, take a look at the tutorial on the next page!
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