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In my plan, Bugging Out is not my first choice – It makes great survival fiction, but I would much rather stay with the majority of my preps and keep my survival systems in place rather than try to live an unknown amount of time with only the supplies I can carry or scrounge.

However, what I WANT to do, may not be one of the choices on the “Can You Survive” multiple choice test.  Therefore, I feel it is important to be able to bug out if needed.

A quick internet search will show you how popular this concept is, and it seems that every internet prepper has coined their own term for the gear associated with bing “on the road”.

You have BOBs, GOODs, INCHs, IFAKs, EDC, and line gear – it is enough to make your head spin.

In today’s episode, we cover the common acronyms, how they are and are not alike – and once the terms are explained, I share with you several EDC tips I picked up over the years.

As always you can find us online at www.tngun.com and if you like this podcast – the subject will also be covered in my newest books 52 Prepper Projects – which is available for preorder on Amazon and will be released very soon.

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