Get Home Bag – Concept
As outdoorsmen, survivalists and preppers we love our kits and bags! We have survival kits and fire kits, shelter kits and bushcraft kits, etc. We also have Bug Out Bags, Go Bags, 72 Hour Bags, INCH Bags and Get Home Bags. Well this post is going to deal with the latter. The Get Home Bag. What is a Get Home Bag, How should it be used, how big should it be and what should go inside of it? Check out the two videos below for answers to both of those questions! You can also check out this earlier post I did on the same subject, that didn’t have an accompanying video: https://www.realitysurvival.com/get-home-bag/
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I have Get Home bags in both my vehicles. The bag in my car is slightly larger/heavier than the one in my Jeep due to me generally being farther from home in my car than the Jeep. My bags can keep me warm, dry, fed, watered and protected for up to 48 hours while I trek home. After 48 hours, I would need to find something else to eat. Not a problem!
Sounds like you are as prepared as you always were! What kind of Jeep you driving these days? I have been wanting a Rubicon myself…
The idea of a Get Home Bag is a new to me but I like it. It’s like how us hikers carry 10 essentials but for the road. Was there a particular reason you went with a messenger bag? I think I’d go with a regular lightweight backpack, maybe a 30-40 liter bag. Anyway, great video.
I went with that bag for three primary reasons. First, it fits perfectly in front of my console in my truck. Second, it looks a little less “Tactical” that some bags, but is heavy duty enough to last. And third it allows me to carry it in a manner that I can quickly access the sidearm if needed.
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Get Home Bag – Concept