Emergency Supplies

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Emergency Supplies

Postby UnderDude » Mon Jun 29, 2015 4:08 am

Slowly but surely, my stores are growing. Just adding a little at a time whenever possible. This is what I have for hunkering down in an emergency, and what I would pick from when bugging out.

Elixir Of Life
100 gallons of distilled drinking water
21 day supply of water ration pouches
24 bottles of Pedialyte
4 bottles of water purification tablets
1 large bottle of Ascorbic Acid
Bathtub liner with pump
3 sink liners
2 collapsible water buckets



Grub
4 bottles of Bulliet Rye
Well stocked liquor cabinet (Vodka, Rum, Tequila, Brandy)
36 assorted bottles of wine
3 cases baby food jars
2 cases baby food pouches
4 packages each of beef/chicken/veg/tomato bullion
5 lbs of raw sugar
5 tubs of salt
2 large containers of black pepper
Chili powder
Garlic powder
Horseradish powder
20 lbs of instant mash
40 lbs of rice
40 lbs of minute rice
192 cup-o- soups
8 boxes of powdered milk
15 cans of condensed milk
9 lbs of beef/turkey jerky
Cabinet full of assorted canned goods
4 lbs dried fruit
2 large cans of peanuts
Assorted dehydrated foods
2 large cans of Crisco
2 gallons of vegetable oil
24 MREs w/heaters
3 cases of Mainstay food ration bars
3 cans instant coffee
120 single serve coffee bags
4 lbs premium ground coffee
Camp coffee maker
Suitable pots and pans
6 each metal plates and bowls
3 compact utinsil sets
Aluminum foil/Plastic wrap
Vacuum sealer /w bags

Tools/Equipment
Socket/wrench set
Screwdriver bit set
Rechargeable Dremel tool
Hammer/Nails
Gas shutoff wrench
Assorted screws/washers/nuts/bolts
E-Tool
2 boxes of black garbage bags/2 boxes of orange
Epoxy/Gorilla glue
9 rolls of duct tape
Snare/Trip wire
Assorted knives
Camp axe
Prybar
Files/Rasp
Vice grips
Leatherman
Gerber multi-tool
Topo maps of western states
Binoculars
Knockoff brand spotting scope
Standard/LED torches with boxes of appropriate batteries
LED pen light (White, Red, Blue, green lenses)
2 LED camp lanterns w/extra batteries and remote controls
2 propane camp lanterns w/ small box of mantles
120 Chem Lights (12 hour Red and Blue, 30 min high intensity White)
48 emergency candles (24 hour burn time)
12 cases of tea lights
8 cases of Sterno fuel
2 portable dual burner camp stoves
2 large propane cylinders
64 lantern size propane bottles
9 boxes of strike anywhere matches
4 boxes of waterproof matches
500 boxes of Trioxane solid fuel tabs
Magnesium powder
Magnesium brick
4 fire starters
30 extra flints
Disposable lighters
Large box of Steel wool
Ten 9V batteries
200 ft of paracord
Fishing gear (Ultralight, Medium, Salt Water)
Fire extinguishers
Bunji cords
Nylon twine
3 SnugPak sleep systems
One man bivy shelter
4 person Kelty tent
2 wool blankets
2 micro fiber blankets
3 inflatable camp mats
2 military style cots
Tire plug kit
12 quarts of motor oil
Oil filter/air filter
Tire refill bottle
Brake fluid
Rechargeable jump start unit
3 bottles of unscented biodegradable soap
3 tubes of Unscented toothpaste
Mylar bags
Gallon size ziplock bags
Hand crank radio
4 FRS radios

Medical
Standard FAK plus the following additions:
Trauma kit
Clotting bandages
Emergency dental repair kit
Suture/staple kit
Extra splints/braces
Gallon of saline solution
3 large bottles of Hydrogen Peroxide
1 gallon of bleach
CPR masks
Monkey blood
Antibiotics
Pain killers
4 Toothbrushes/Floss
6 month supply of nescessary Meds

Security/Defense
SpecPlus 5.5in survival knife
Gerber Profile fixed blade knife
OC canisters
Recurve bow
12 arrows (Field points, small game points)
3A soft body armor/Level 3 hard plates
Spring kits/small replacement parts for firearms and tools needed
Y'all already know my firearms
Y'all are already familiar with my ammo hoarding
Reloading equipment
Shit-Ton of components

What I'd Like To Add
Double water supply
Two 5-10 gallon fuel cans
2 more collapsible water buckets
1 large cooking pot (For boiling water)
Dual fuel generator
Plywood (For covering windows)
Rechargeable Drill
Enough silicon type sealant for all doors and windows
Some type of camp toilet
Exterior rear mounted rack for the Jeep
2 NV monoculars/Lots of batteries
2 LED headlamps
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby zombreach » Mon Jun 29, 2015 8:49 am

Geez...that is quite a list! I am jealous! I hope to start stock-piling once we move. I purposely am allowing all my back-up to dwindle so I won't have to move it.
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby ConSeannery » Mon Jun 29, 2015 2:17 pm

WATER:
Eight gallon jugs
Always a pack and a half of water in the apartment. Whenever the last one gets to 1/2, I grab another one
100 gallon bathtub liner w/ pump
Gatorade flavor powder
Usually 20-30 16 fl oz gatorades of assorted flavors in the house



FOOD:
2-3 weeks of food specifically put away for bugging in, most of it canned fruits, veggies, chili pasta and soup. Also 10 lbs of rice, 6 large bags of trail mix, and two boxes each of saltines and wheat ritz crackers. There's also more dried pasta around than any one home should have in it.
All this is on top of our normally fairly well-stocked cabinets. I try not to rely on stuff in the fridge too much, to the point I really don't even consider them. Figure without power, we might get three days before stuff in there goes bad.


TOOLS ETC.
Various 'round the house' tools like hammers, wrenches, pliers etc
3 foot crowbar
Hacksaw w/ 2 blades
2 battery operated LED lanterns
A half dozen or so flashlights/headlamps


SECURITY:
Scoped 10/22 w/ ~1500 rounds of ammunition
Pump shotgun with about 70 birdshot shells and 50 00 buckshot shells
SOG Fixation bowie
a handful of folding knives
Cheap SOG kukri
Kukri replacement that should be en route now, hopefully here within the week
Cheap aluminum baseball bat


WHAT I'D LIKE TO ADD:
A more comprehensive armory, including a scoped bolt gun, a pair of semi-auto rifles in one of the big three intermediate calibers, a pair of full size handguns in 9mm, .45, or .40, a pair of co concealeable handguns in 9mm or .380, and a hunting shotgun in 12 ga
A total of 20 gallon jugs of water
Water purification equipment
More portable emercency food such as MRE's or calorie-dense meal bars
2 tanks of propane for the grill


Harder than it should be to squirrel away emergency supplies in a way that they're not out in the open where anyone who steps inside know we have them
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby Bob » Sat Jul 04, 2015 6:03 am

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Got have that Bulleit Rye!
I am almost down to the restock point
Have you tried Rebel Yell Rye yet?
It is a MGP Rye, tastes very similar.
I would buy it again and I wish it came in larger bottles to get the price per ounce down.
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby UnderDude » Sat Jul 04, 2015 11:51 pm

Never had it. I can find Bulliet in this area for under $20.
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby Bob » Sun Jul 05, 2015 8:21 am

I can get it for just under per 750 if I buy a handle.
The absolute best price I can find is $44.99 for a 1.75
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby kiltedninja » Mon Sep 07, 2015 9:28 pm

Bulleit is pretty good for a cheaper bourbon. I'm a fan of it anyway.
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby Bob » Wed Sep 09, 2015 1:47 pm

I like the Rye better than the bourbon.
You should try Old Scout bourbon, it drinks real nice.
It is not the one I drink the most of but may be my favorite bourbon.
I drink a lot of Ancient Ancient Age Ten Star.
It drinks nice for a bottom shelf item.
Give it a try, but don't get wrapped up in what it costs.


Another one worth trying is Knob Creek Single barrel reserve at 120 proof
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby zbuddy » Wed Sep 09, 2015 9:45 pm

What about those food bars? I recently got a few, on a whim while ordering books off of Amazon for this upcoming term. Mainstay and Dyrex(SP?) They are always a good deal, price wise, and don't take up much space - for us students/poor people.
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Re: Emergency Supplies

Postby UnderDude » Thu Sep 10, 2015 1:33 am

Good eyes Z. I didn't transfer them over from my initial list. Got two full cases of Mainstay Bars on hand.
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