Okay. We start with the S has HTF scenario. You have to (want to) to get from here to there, wherever here and there are.
You know what you must do once you arrive at your bug out location (if that’s where you’re going), you just need to get there safely. You don’t want to attract any undue attention. You want to maintain a low profile … which means staying off the roadways.
The folks at Survival Summit released their latest DVD today (1/5/2016). Titled “Survival Escape And Evasion”, it’s an hour and forty minute training course on how to get yourself out of captive situations … and avoid them altogether.
In the video below Southern Prepper1 does a quick review the DVD contents including:
Watch the video for the complete review. If you’re interested in more info on the DVD, there’s a link below the video.
More Info On The DVD: The link to Survival Summit Site (not an affiliate link)
Looking for an every day carry bag? One that appears natural in both rural and urban settings ? Big enough to to fit all your EDC, but still compact, strong and lightweight?
Well, County Comm’s Bac-Sac may be it. A perfect gray man (blending-in) bag, this canvas sac has a high thumbs up from the Sensible Prepper in the video below. It’s become his EDC bag/day pack of choice.
The upgrades from the 1.0 version include: