WL 393 – 5 Bugout Bag Items You Should NEVER Pack

WL 393 – 5 Bugout Bag Items You Should NEVER Pack (But Everyone Does Anyway)

WL 393 – 5 Bugout Bag Items You Should NEVER Pack (But Everyone Does Anyway)

Hey, this might seem a little weird, but…

…I want to tell you a story about a guy I knew in the military.

His name was Costello, and he was one of those “join the Army or go to jail” soldiers.

He had a loud mouth… low standards… and he didn’t give a s–t about ANYONE.

But that wasn’t his biggest mistake…

In this this week’s podcast episode, warriors, I’ll tell you his story and explain why it can help you make your bugout bag easier to carry… INSTANTLY… even though poor Costello probably wouldn’t understand why!

Here’s What You’ll Discover In This Week’s Episode:

  • The survival food you should NEVER carry.
  • The “tent substitute” that’s ALSO just as big a mistake!
  • Why I HATED my canteen in the military (and why that matters for bugging out).
  • And much, much more!


As always, I’d love to hear from you on our blog regarding YOUR thoughts on this topic.

Share your tips, tricks, and thoughts with me… and help us build our Warrior Life community.

Resources Mentioned In This Podcast:

Do You Agree Or Disagree? What Gear Do You Carry That We Haven’t Mentioned Here?
I’d Love To Hear What You Have To Say In The Comments!

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  • Marc Mathers says:

    Carried a .38 revolver in Nam. The spares pouches held 2 reloads of 6 rds each. Rounds were very difficult to get out because leather was a bit warped and they fit tightly any way. I took some cotton webbing from a bandolier and used contact cement to fashion pull straps that would get all rounds out of one pouch very quickly. People told me to make a product, but it’s a very simple DIY project that any knucklehead could do.

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