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  1. #31
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    I'd love to see pics of your drawer setup. That's quite a few items you've managed to fit in there. I'm planning on building drawers myself soon (once I get my engine repaired at least).
    2008 H3 Alpha

    "Live free or die: Death is not the worst of evils." - General John Stark

    N1JPA

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    7 gal water jug filled, month work of rations box, handheld cb radio, first aid kit, KBAR, window breaker/seat bel cutter, jumper cables, extra clothes for our 5 year old (I can wear what I've got on for a few days), power converter, security bag goes everywhere with me.(what's in there is a not for the Internet). Been looking at getting a SAT Phone for a couple years now. Glad to see I'm not the only one thinking when SHTF regular cell communications are going down...CB and SAT Phone up.
    When in doubt.......RAMMING SPEED!

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    I second a pick of the drawer and specs. That's an impressive amount of gear.
    When in doubt.......RAMMING SPEED!

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    Most of my survival/self defense gear is in Go bags. I keep all the normal tools, trail repair and spare parts in it full time.
    1998 H1 Open Top
    1994 H1 HMC4
    1992 H1 HMC4 LE
    1990 1025 Armament Carrier


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    BlackSheep Hummer Squadron, H1 PsychoSquad

  6. #35
    Bald Tire
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    I always keep my Glock 22 in the glove box along with my day pack with basic EDC.

    I have a duffel bungied down in the back with the following:
    -jumper cables
    -Husky crescent wrench
    -Sawyer water purifier
    -two mini first aid kits
    -emergency blanket
    -two emergency ponchos
    -two pairs of mechanix gloves
    -paracord and larger rope
    -pliers
    -a ziploc with lighters, waterproof matches, ferro rod, and fire starting material
    -various tools
    -extra 19mm socket with a torque wrench
    -can of belt lubricant
    -can of wd40
    -tire gauge
    -micro fiber towel
    -some zip ties
    -two Eno hammocks with straps

    I plan on getting some more items like extra fluids, air compressor combo kit, and a mini hatchet plus whatever else comes to mind.

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    Bald Tire
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    If you look at Pooslinger900 list very similar to mine so I won't re post the gear. I will tell you that as a recovering SAR member the most used items I've used for rescues or personal use are the following:
    -fire extinguisher
    -spot bleed kits
    -ace bandages
    -sam splint
    -chest seal band aides
    -head lamp
    -tweezers with a jewelers loop (splinters drive me insane)
    -Ham radio (Baefong radio with paper list of frequencies including State and Federal emergencies channels)
    -Silky 14 inch saw
    -6 5 hour energy drinks
    -Hydrogen Peroxide
    -Bed Rug lay down pad

    I will be tearing down the current organizer of where all the gear goes for slant back conversion so I will re post some pictures before I tear it down, organization is the key, I'm anal with that stuff.
    Never Give Up!!


    2007 Hummer H3 purchased new, 168000 miles and still beating it up.
    2008 Hummer H3 Alpha

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    Baja
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    I always keep a McDonald's gift card in the console in case I forget my wallet.

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    ...AAA Premier membership card with a free annual 200 mile tow to get your or a friend's rig home.

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    “Life's hard. It's even harder when you're stupid.”
    John Wayne



 

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