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I just recieved a bug out bag I bought from http://www.rockymountainsurvival.com and I have to say its got a good selection of gear and the bag is Great with lots of extra room for my personal items. Its a really nice set up and I really like the fact that it comes in a UTG messanger bag and not the typical nylon mini back pack. They call it a 48 hr. kit but all the other BOB's I looked at only gave you 1200 cals per day this one gives you 2400 per day. All in all really nice BOB. I had a hard time deciding because they also have a drop leg survival kit that looks perfect for hunting but I went with the BOB because it has the food and water and molle attachments so I figured I could carry more and this one is still out of the way of my backpack

from timo5150 on 11.05.11

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from Bob Hansen 12/11/2011 at 02:59pm

I usually don't trek very far,
when all around survival gear are.

Hi...

Your sling pack BOB is almost identical to mine, even down to the pattern. I bought mine empty from The Sportsman's Guide, and added my own items. Looks like a nice set up.

I have other packs for routine camping gear. I use my BOB primarily for half and one day field trips (for example). You can't be too careful...!!

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from Bob Hansen 12/11/2011 at 02:59pm

I usually don't trek very far,
when all around survival gear are.

Hi...

Your sling pack BOB is almost identical to mine, even down to the pattern. I bought mine empty from The Sportsman's Guide, and added my own items. Looks like a nice set up.

I have other packs for routine camping gear. I use my BOB primarily for half and one day field trips (for example). You can't be too careful...!!

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