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What would be in your bug out bag?

Discussion in 'Anything Airgun Related' started by reaper6, Dec 15, 2013.

  1. reaper6

    reaper6 Banned

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    Just watched this reveiw of the Crossman 2289 bug out rifle and kit
    [video=youtube;eUS8RIPR1og]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUS8RIPR1og[/video]

    What would be in your kit?
     
  2. Fozz

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    Pies, clean underwear and a small toy duck incase I have to win favour with a troublesome child.
     
  3. reaper6

    reaper6 Banned

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    That duck could get you into a whole world of trouble:eek:
     
  4. Fozz

    Fozz Posting Addict

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    I get the feeling you know I've not really thought about this........ :eek:
     
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    Dammit my gun is electronic I will only last the life of the battery.
     
  6. Fozz

    Fozz Posting Addict

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    A really long extension?
     
  7. stefan

    stefan I am the passenger

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    kenndal mint cake porn mag bog roll ,machete ,lighter, purification straw ,
     
  8. Size12

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    I did think about a solar panel on my ghile suit!

    Is this another feather in the cap of the springer fans :popcorn: :lol:
     
  9. Fozz

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    A can opener.....
     
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    chuck Norris
     
  11. Jackroadkill

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    A knife and my HW80.

    The knife to cut stuff (obviously) and the HW80 for everything else. For example, using for:

    A wading stick when fording rivers;
    A pole to hold up a shelter;
    Bludgeoning moose to death;
    Levering rocks out of the way;
    Shoving between the jaws of crocodiles so they cannot eat me;
    Hunting stuff;
    Jamming the Death Star's rubbish compactor open;
    A crutch (if I'd hurt my legs and still needed to walk miles);
    A spot of plinking in between adventures;
    A crowbar for breaking and entering;
    Holding up collapsing ceilings;
    Telling people with PCP's that I didn't have to recharge. Ever. So I win.
     
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    Nigella Lawson...
     
  13. Size12

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    Yeah the munchies would be out of this world!
     
  14. Fozz

    Fozz Posting Addict

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    I don't think you lot are taking this seriously enough.........:eek:
    .....
    ...
    .
     
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    proper made me chuckle that :)
     
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    Wouldn't a HW97 be less......er.....collapsible.......??
     
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    No. The 80 is invincible.
     
  18. Fozz

    Fozz Posting Addict

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    But.....but.......the 97 is 17 better............:eek:
     
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    Don't even look at it!
     
  20. tinmanofkent

    tinmanofkent Rice and Pea and Ting

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    I love preppers!

    Why are they all convinced the safest place to be is under a tarpaulin thinly covered with leaves in some grotty woods? Even worse they think that the whole world will want what they've got and arm themselves to the teeth ready to defend their tarpaulin campsite to the death.

    My bug out bag would contain a bottle of whisky and all the paracetamol I had in the house.
     

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