MUST HAVE ITEM…If bugging out by foot

      
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Dr. Lon Schultz
Dr. Lon Schultz
2 months ago

Great idea, I noticed that the wheels seem extra large, that should help!

Eddie Hnatko
Eddie Hnatko
2 months ago

Maybe some green slime for the tires with air. Works great in Texas.

a follower
a follower
2 months ago

Also been thinking of a deer retrieving, cart, large bicycle wheels.

NOG
NOG
2 months ago

I am not a fan. Carrying things you could not replace or things you need will make you less likely to abandon it. It would/might tempt you to stay on a railroad track, power line right of way, trail or road that would be a more likely place for a ambush as opposed to moving off trail/road. If things are so bad you need to bug out, there will be people that will want/need/take your stuff and perhaps kill you and your group to take it. So avoid roads/trails (learned way back in E&E school). If you do not plan and prep/place items where you are going in advance you have failed your planning. The smart move is to pre-place items at or on the way to your BOL. Carry only minimum supplies needed on your person to get to your BOL. Have several cross country routes you can use and be able to change a route if questionable. This is really better if you have young children along. Have a scout/advance group to clear the way looking for problems. They can spot a ambush or escape a ambush much better than a larger group herding kiddos.

Dan
Dan
2 months ago
Reply to  NOG

Truth. The ugly reality is if you have to “bug out” you have already failed in your planning and are now just struggling to stay alive. Smart people will have already left the more dangerous areas and permanently moved to safer ones. And another ugly reality is there is NO safe area to go to when it comes to the Fed Gov badgemonkeys.

gail jansen
gail jansen
2 months ago

I love my various dollies. I began using them in grad school because I was too old to carry stacks of books and research all day in my arms. Now that I also have older joint and replacement issues, I have several versions and sizes for different tasks. The best ones that carry a lot of weight, for me, are the larger solid tires with a collapsible frame. Remember that two sapling trees and a sling of some sort have moved tribes across all types of terrain through out time. Our modern tools are better but not necessarily best. It’s the idea you need to take with you because in the end everything relies on what you know and your ability to replicate it with minimal resources. We will make through. God promised.