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Author Topic: I.N.C.H. bag  (Read 1301 times)

LoneWolf

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I.N.C.H. bag
« on: March 29, 2015, 10:38:33 PM »

I have no longer working on a BOB I started building a I'm never coming home (I.N.C.H.) bag check out the PDF file
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Re: I.N.C.H. bag
« Reply #1 on: March 31, 2015, 10:27:36 PM »

Looks pretty good to me.

All of my BOBs are built on the principle that I'm leaving and not coming back. Anything less than that is camping or patrolling and are designed to keep me in the field for 3 to 7 days, a bit extra if I add in more food. I keep a separate shoulder bag with about a month's worth of Mountain House pouches and some extra condiments that can be grabbed at the same time I'm grabbing whichever pack I do.

One thing I never see in BOB lists is malt vinegar, I hate the taste of fish most of the time but I do like English style fish n' chips, so malt vinegar goes a long way to allowing me to eat fish.
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