Today I de-junked my bugout bag. The poor backpack was stuffed so full, I was OVER prepared! You’d be amazed at how many methods I had for starting a fire, in just one bag.
It all started when I thought a tool roll was an interesting idea for organizing prepping supplies. It looked like a perfect fit for my backpack so I started taking items out and meticulously adding them to the prepper tool roll. It was just what I needed, to cut down on many of my secondary preps. I was amazed at how much space it saved me and how easy it is to find items now.
In case you were wondering, a secondary prep is an item I have just in case the first item malfunctions. For example, I had a lighter, storm matches, a matchbook, Ferro rod, and magnifying glass. To some of you, this may seem like just enough firepower; to others, this may seem excessive. It comes with the territory of being a prepper. Preppers love to stockpile, which is fine, but not practical for a bugout bag.
For the Prepper Tool Roll I used a Dickie Wrench Roll (I remove a couple of seems to make pockets larger)
- Ferro rod
- Sawyer mini water filter
- Platypus 34-ounce collapsible water bottle
- Fruit strips & Energy bar
- Energy bar
- Cree flashlight
- First aid supplies & WoundSeal
- Fatwood (awesome firestarter)
- Sol emergency blanket
- Toilet paper
- Hand Sanitizer
- Lighter, duct tape, wire saw
- Energy bar
- 3 Beef jerky
- UCO candle lantern
- Kershaw knife & Long handle spoon
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