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When I received my two Food Insurance™ backpacks, I added a few items to enhance their use in a survival situation.
First, I added a hatchet and a small folding shovel to the outside using the straps and pockets on the backpack. I also added a sturdy pocket knife, some nylon rope, a poncho, two rolls of toilet paper, and a compact can opener to the inside of the pack. There was plenty of space for these additional items. With these few additions, I feel that my wife and I can get by in a survival situation pretty well.
Contributed by George S., a Food Insurance™ Guest Author
4 Replies to “Backpack Additions”
I also added additional items, most important were matches, lighter, flint and steel, that should cover my fire starting needs, I will add the toilet paper though. I put my toilet paper in vacuum sealed bags, it compresses the TP for saving space and keeps it dry.
I also added the same. I also included a 9mm with 2 clips and 50 extra rounds of ammo. Just something to consider.
Since I foresee the prepared being a target for the unprepared in a critical state, I too added a 9mm with 2 clips and 2 boxes of ammo!
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