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DIY Walmart Premium Bug Out Bag

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In this video, the video creator goes to Walmart to find the best quality items they have that can go in a Bug Out Bag. A Bug Out Bag, also called a BOB, is a handy backpack that contains all of the essentials a person will need to survive during extreme situations that call for evacuation from their homes.

In creating this bag, the creator goes by the rule of threes, which tells how long you can live: 3 seconds without hope, 3 minutes without air, 3 hours without shelter, 3 days without water, 3 weeks without food. You can probably live longer than that, but this is just a rule of thumb.

In this Walmart BOB, the total cost, including the bag, comes to $313. Some of the items include a first-aid kit he found that has a lot of items in it and is neatly organized, a headlamp for hands-free survival, a flashlight for safety. He found a good knife, which is the number one tool for survival, so get a good quality knife that can withstand heavy-duty tasks if you can.

Other items were a multi-tool that has screwdrivers, saws, files, scissors, pliers that will come in handy in any situation, a prybar is good for getting leverage when someone is trapped or something needs to be opened, a face mask and sunglasses to protect face and lungs from smoke and debris, a compass with thermometer and magnifying glass that can be used for starting a fire in extreme situations, a stocking cap to keep head and feet warm, especially when you get wet, a reflective tent that can either be a tent or a blanket, leather gloves because it keeps it from melting to your hands when holding hot things or in a fire, a fire steel and waterproof matches, a survival manual, emergency food ration bars with a 5 year shelf life, small wet wipes for sanitation, a metal water containers can be used to boil water or cook soup, a roll of heavy-duty duct tape, 4 or 5 tea light candles to give you light when there is no electricity so you conserve batteries, and cotton balls and Vaseline that can serve as a fire starter.

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