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Old 05-08-2013, 7:01 PM
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where is a good place to get first aid stuff at a reasonable price?
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where is a good place to get first aid stuff at a reasonable price?
I'm interested in hearing where others find stuff too.

I've picked up quite a bit at dollar stores (Dollar General, Dollar Tree, etc). But that's a limited selection. You can usually find gauze, pads, tape, that kinda thing.

Walmart and other discount chains are a given. Go with generic brands and save lots.
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gun and knife! If your worried about having your gun stolen that's valid,
just get a cheaper gun that you won't mind losing, and you are allowed to drive in LA with a gun in your trunk that is locked and unloaded
Leaving a gun in your trunk in LA, you,might as well just donate it directly to the gang of your choice.
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One thing I am looking to pick up, is a power inverter. Converts from 12v to 110v. If the power is out, and you need to use a power tool, or any other electrical device, you could start up your car, and use it for a power source. It's kind of like the poor man's generator. It's not something you would put in a car bug out bag that you took with you if you needed to hike home. But it seems like a good thing to keep in your car, in case you need an additional power source for regular household devices and tools.
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I go into military bases and was wondering if an axe would be considered a weapon or a tool? would it be allowed in?
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Bolt cutters and brass knuckles...

That is a home run Folks!
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Brass knuckles are illegal in CA, bad idea.
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Brilliant deduction Holmes, I'll just rely on the security of 911 to save my a** in a pinch.

And remember, you can get a ticket if you cross the street and you are not in a cross-walk, make sure your Mommy holds your hand.
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Legit lawn darts (Jarts) are getting hard to find these days. You can modify the ones they sell nowadays but nothing beats the original.
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And guns in Mexico are illegal, how has that changed the record gun death rates in the past couple of years... I'm not far from TJ.

You are out of touch.
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And guns in Mexico are illegal, how has that changed the record gun death rates in the past couple of years... I'm not far from TJ.

You are out of touch.
Carry whatever you like in your car, just letting you know that a cop could arrest you for possession of the brass knuckles.
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for those who carry a gun in your trunk.. consider one of these. Bolt cutters will do them in but it may help

http://www.opticsplanet.com/gunvault...130603014514:s
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When you say a Car Kit...I'm thinking more along the lines of things you should have in the car at all times that stay in the car.
Small tool bag with assorted hand tools..
Screwdrivers/Phillips
Pliers
Wrenches
Wire cutters
Roll of elec tape
Superglue
Measuring tape
Paracord
Hammer (I keep a FatMax bar which doubles as a hammer and a pry bar)
Flares
Jumper cables
Signaling light
Tow strap
Bottle of slime
Small air compressor that plugs into cigarette lighter
Rain gear/baseball hat
Beanie
Extra shoes/socks
Work gloves
Nitrile gloves
Flashlight(s)
Maps
Hand sanitizer
Wipes
Bag of sunflower seeds
Old RX bottle with Tylenol/Motrin/Immodium/allergy meds in glove box
First aid kit is in GHB
I keep a rope bag with 100ft of rope..carabeeners,8-plate,webbing attached to it.
I know I'm forgetting to list some stuff in there....

These are all items that never leave the car..other essential items are in my GHB.
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Only seen it mentioned once before, and even that was a surprise to me: A change of cloths, and good walking/hiking shoes.

I wear a suit to work, and if I have to go anywhere on foot, you're damn sure I'm not going to do it in my oxfords and tie. I have a pair of work pants, and sweatshirt, some extra socks and tennis shoes in my trunk along with my gear. You'd really be surprised how often you use items like this on a regular basis.
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I cannot have a firearm at work (does you employee handbook state this?) and would hate to lose my job for even keeping one in the trunk, I was thinking a semi-auto CO2 pellet handgun. I have to research these again.

I always try to keep at least a half-case of bottled water in the trunk, and is has been beneficial many times for washing cuts, range-days, etc.

Emergency food is something that I always overlook, BUT at least I have some ramen and stuff at work (time to put something in the car now).
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Only seen it mentioned once before, and even that was a surprise to me: A change of cloths, and good walking/hiking shoes.

I wear a suit to work, and if I have to go anywhere on foot, you're damn sure I'm not going to do it in my oxfords and tie. I have a pair of work pants, and sweatshirt, some extra socks and tennis shoes in my trunk along with my gear. You'd really be surprised how often you use items like this on a regular basis.
I would say you have wisely assessed your particular situation and requirements. Too many people prepare in a vacuum without considering whether they are more likely to be stranded in an office building as opposed to being shot out of a jet over a Laotian jungle.
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Only seen it mentioned once before, and even that was a surprise to me: A change of cloths, and good walking/hiking shoes.

I wear a suit to work, and if I have to go anywhere on foot, you're damn sure I'm not going to do it in my oxfords and tie. I have a pair of work pants, and sweatshirt, some extra socks and tennis shoes in my trunk along with my gear. You'd really be surprised how often you use items like this on a regular basis.
Yes indeed. A nice trick is to vacuum bag them up. Keeps them dry and clean.

I also keep an old beat up surplus jacket in with my clothes. I've actually pulled the jacket out before when I was out and it was colder than I had anticipated. So far I haven't needed the extra clothes. But they are there just in case.

You post did remind me though... Normally I wear boots every day that are waterproof but on some really warm days I've been wearing regular old pair of Nike. I should throw an old pair of sneakers in the truck too. In case mine got wet.
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Wifes jeep list...

Jeep Supply list


Driver side Saddlebag

2 stocking hats
1 plastic dog bowl
Lg jeep knife
4 retort pouches emergency dog food
4) MREs
TP
Survival in a bottle full kit
Pak-kit 2
Fire Extinguisher

Side pockets of saddlebag
Tire sealer
1pk AAA
1pk AA
Emergency flag
Shaker style flashlight

Passenger side saddlebag
2 portable dog bowls
Rain jacket for me
Umbrella
Thermos
Trauma pack
Gloves
Deoderant


Side pocket of saddle bag
Lip balm
Gum
Bungee cords
Emergency Radio
Toothbrush
Pens

Orange Bag

Shoes for Howard & Me
Flares
Car safety book
Socks for both
Underwear both
Sports bra and pants for me
Kershaw blade trader Knife with different blades
Jackets for both of us
Sweatshirt for Howard

Side Pockets
Hand wipes
Dust Masks
Crank flashlight
Water bottle







Black Bag
Gas can
Jumper cables
Rechargeable Spot light
First aid kit
Brunton Solar panels
2 travel blanket sleeping bags
Battery charger/ Jump starter
Air compressor
Travel pillow
Plastic bags


Center console
Walkie talkies
Taser
Two folding knives
2 hooded ponchos
Allen wrench for cargo carrier
Small first aid kit
1 pack AA batteries
1 pack AAA batteries
Sunglasses
2 big carbiner clips
headband flashlight
Ear plugs
Disposable Lighter
Dental picks
Ink pens
Replacement taillight bulb
Small tool kit
Waterless hand cleaner


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Whatever is in your kit, make sure it has straps that are decently comfortable for when you gotta walk!
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where is a good place to get first aid stuff at a reasonable price?
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Those little cables are easy to cut so even if you have one in your car if it get broken in you will loss the vault. At work I have to cut those type of locks off - you only need some good klin hand cutters



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And guns in Mexico are illegal, how has that changed the record gun death rates in the past couple of years... I'm not far from TJ.

You are out of touch.
Brass knuckles can be a felony to possess - a fender-bender that pops your trunk could get you 16 months to 3 years.

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Not to mention that you can use plenty of other perfectly legal weapons or other items to defend yourself, best not to have something that immediately puts you in the wrong because it's contraband.

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I have only Rope, Battery Wire, Cleaning cloth, Rope and some basic tools.
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People need to understand the difference between a BOB (bug out bag) VS a GHB (get home bag) Vs a "car kit".
A BOB is for longer term, one way travel. A GHB is generally a much smaller bag kept in your car that allows you to walk / get home in a day or so...generally, food, water, weapon, comfortable shoes.
A "car kit" to me means car repair items.
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People need to understand the difference between a BOB (bug out bag) VS a GHB (get home bag) Vs a "car kit".
A BOB is for longer term, one way travel. A GHB is generally a much smaller bag kept in your car that allows you to walk / get home in a day or so...generally, food, water, weapon, comfortable shoes.
A "car kit" to me means car repair items.
While I generally agree with your descriptions of the other bags, I disagree on the car kit.

What if you were traveling in a remote location and had a break down that you couldn't fix or got stuck in a winter storm and all you had was what was in your car?

This is actually a quite common occurrence in other states with bad winter weather, I don't know how common it is here in CA, but I'm sure it does happen since a lot of the state is remote and cell service is spotty at best.

Since any kit is meant to be a 'better safe than sorry' item, I would hate to see someone neglect to have potentially life saving items into the kit for the unexpected freak situation.
Especially since the items that you can put in it generally don't take up much room and can one day mean the difference between life and death.
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My car Kit. 240 Items

My Get Home Bag / Emergency Kit
Food Group:
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Beef Stew and Beef Stroganoff
3 Tuna Packets
3 Chicken Noodle Soup Packets
3 Nut Bars
3 Instant Coffee Packets
5 Tea Bags
4 Datrex Emergency Water Pouches
4 Emergen C Packets

Tools and Equipment:

Katadyn Ex Stream with Virustat Filter has been replaced with Sawyer Squeeze all in One
Spoon and Fork
Nalgene Bottle
Stainless Steel Cup
6 Katadyn Micro Pur 1 Water Purifier Tablets
Paint Screen to use on Nalgene Bottle
MSR Pocket Rocket
SnowPeak Fuel Canister
Aluminum Foil
5 Minute Flare
16 Stormproof Matches
4 Bags of Insta Fire
Fire Starter
Weather Resistant Lighter
10 Tinder Fire
3 Military Grade Light Stick w/ Stand
Green Mini LED Light
EZ Light
150 Lumen Flash Light
Inova Headlamp
MS 2000 Military Strobe Light
2 123A Batteries (Spare)
3 AA and AAA Lithium Batteries (Spare)
50’ 550 Cord
D Ring (550’ capacity)
Signal Mirror
Whistle with built in Compass and Signal Mirror
Orange Marking Tape
Sniper Veil
Bruton 7x18 monocular
Rite in Rain Notepad
Space Pen
Safety Glasses
Ear Plugs
2 3M N95 Particulate Masks
Mini Pry Bar
Leather Gloves
Military Waterproof BAG (keep your gear dry or use as Flotation device)
SOL 1-2 Person Emergency Blanket
OC Pepper Spray
Leatherman Surge with Bits
LMF Gerber Knife (1st Generation)
Plastic Ties
2 Hand Cuff Ties
Shirt
Socks
Underwear
Beanie Cap

First Aid Kits and Personal Hygiene:

Nail Clippers
Tooth Paste
Tooth Brush
Floss
2 sets of Contact Lenses
Contact Lens Cleaner
Chapstick
Compact Towel
Wipes
Toilet Paper
Sewing Kit
Paper Bills and Change
Medical Gloves
1ozBottle of Peroxide
1ozBottle of Iodine
1ozBottle of Hibiclens
1ozBottle of Dr. Bronner’s Soap
Tylenol
Motrin
Acetaminophen Aspirin Free
Dramamine
Benadryl
Peptobismol
2 Glucose Blast ( Temporary Insulin)
10 Band Aids
3 3M steri Strips
10 Q Tips
2 4x4 Gauze Pads
2 3x3 Gauze Pads
Splint
3 Triple Anti Biotic Ointment
3 Hydrocortisone Cream
3 Burn Jel
2 Bio Freeze
6 Alcohol Pads
6 Sani hand Wipes
CPR Mask Adult and Infant

Trauma Kit:

SOF Tourniquet
Nasopharyngeal with Lube
2 Quik Clot Combat Gauze (Z Fold)
2 H&H Chest Seals
Scalpel
Trauma Gauze
2 Roll Gauze
2 4x4 Gauze Pads
2 3x3 Gauze Pads
2 Medical Gloves
Medical tape
Medical Shear
Sling
Ace Bandage
Camelbak BFM

The weight of the Bag is around 30lbs. The longest walk with this pack is 5 miles.








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I only have a motorcycle right now But I do keep some basic stuff in my backpack. Quality folding knife, some paracord, flash light, small basic first aid kit..

I gotta build a mini get home bag when I buy a truck in a couple weeks (ranger edge)
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Dont forget a radio to communicate to your family that your huffing it home in case the cell towers go out. Communication is key
I have been wanting to set up some type of comm system. My daughter lives 25 miles away. So having something that can travel pretty far would be needed. Although I understand range is dependent on "line of sight" and free of obstruction.
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Old 07-10-2013, 2:04 PM
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Brass knuckles can be a felony to possess - a fender-bender that pops your trunk could get you 16 months to 3 years.
That's why I skipped the lighted display case in the trunk.

Now I just dangle them with the fuzzy dice under the mirror and make a silly comment that I've been meaning to get vintage plates...

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I have always heard Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms should be a convenience store...
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Wolf pack- that's an awesome bag right there!
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Lots of good suggestions in here.

In addition to the knife, I recommend a can of bear spray... the distance is three times that of mace/pepper spray and works on pretty much most two and four legged critters... you could spray a pack of human attackers from 25 feet away.
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I like the bear spray idea - anyone know if keeping it in the trunk during hot So-Cal summers will degrade it much?
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Thanks! I make custom made First Aid and Emergency kits if you are interested.

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When you say a Car Kit...I'm thinking more along the lines of things you should have in the car at all times that stay in the car.
Small tool bag with assorted hand tools..

Bottle of slime
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These are all items that never leave the car..other essential items are in my GHB.
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In addition to the other things in your bag to keep you going, it may be really important to keep your vehicle going. The pressurized cans of fix-a-flat or similar can be a real life saver. Also if you have room a jump-start battery that plugs into the cigarette lighter can also come in handy, because you may not always have somebody around who can help jump start your car.
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