none of us are allowed firearms or we would use them on each other in the TS fuel lines
i havnt been home in 10 weeks and dont eat the fast food junk so there must be enough stuff in here to survive if i could just find it
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I gave 7-10 MRE'S in the side box also. We usually have a case or two of water on the truck. Fuel isn't a concern for me as I'm rarely more than 700 miles from home. We can run approx 1,000 miles on a full tank.
Well, if you believe a certain judge in TX - if Obama is re-elected it might come to civil war.
I have a bit of food and some drinks. The amounts vary as to when I eat and drink them and when I can find time to re-stock.
I have a couple small knives, and a very big Sting at home (if I could manage to get there once trouble breaks).
That's me and my truck.
I don't prepare in any special way.
I just try to have what I need as I need it.
And face it...
There is only so much room in a 'little' truck.
I keep an extensive kit mostly food I want to keep moving and not have to waste time foraging in the event I have to put foot to pavement
In my pack I keep
15 lbs of rice
Several bags of beef jerky
2 tubs of peanut butter
4 vacuum sealed pizza crusts
Instant coffee and drink mixes
Freeze dried meals
Survival food bars
Sawyer mini water filter
2 canteens with cups
A couple knives
Solar battery bank
Extra straps and buckles
We are already on a warfooting here in Arkansas, At least several of us. We have been ready for years in a variety of ways too much to list.
As a sign of pending trouble later this year the ammunition came out of deep storage. They are ready to go in the ammo boxes etc. Not much, I wont live long enough to fire em all in that horrible day. In other words there is no point in keeping thousands on hand. Just enough to where you can sling a bag over the shoulder and go. And that is the bag for several days minimum.
If the power failed and not expected to return then there is still light and heat, but would have to wait until the oxygen shipments stop and the associated deaths of those dependant on it before I fire them up. (Open flame and oxygen do not mix)D.Tibbitt Thanks this.
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