Last ditch kit.
If you had to stand up right now and run for your life, what are you carrying for a “Last Ditch Kit?”
Bugout bags and Battle Rifles are big ticket luxury items in a (Shit Hits The Fan) scenario.
However, I find that tactical isn’t always practical and those little ticket items may be easier to “always” have on you than the big ticket items.
I found a great web site for those inclined to tilt the odds in their favor if they ever find themselves having to boogie out the door to save their hide.
While working for the military as a civilian in Iraq, I had a last ditch kit and 3 alternate plans to get myself out of the country in case my (Plan A) military option became non-existent.
Should your plan be as extensive as an escape from a war zone in a foreign country?
That’s up to you.
I’ll ask you this; if the building you’re in is on fire, do you want to be the first out or the last?
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