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How to Assemble an INCH Bag

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How to Assemble an INCH Bag — Everybody’s talking about bug out bags and how important they are for survival, specifically in bug out scenarios, when you're supposed to leave your home and go someplace else. That's when a backpack filled with supplies will be of tremendous help.Everybody’s talking about bug out bags and how important they are for survival. Specifically, in bug out scenarios, when you’re supposed to leave your home and go someplace else. That’s when a backpack filled with supplies will be of tremendous help.

But what if things don’t go as planned and you wake up with no fuel, get into a car crash or you find out that your bug out location has already been occupied. Although unlikely if you’ve done a good job planning your escape, it is possible that you’ll spend several weeks to months with no roof over your head.

For this, you need a larger and more equipped bug out bag, called an INCH bag, which stands for “I’m Never Coming Home”.

Besides the usual bug out bag items you already have, you’re also going to need to add some for hunting, fishing, cooking, more clothes, maybe even a larger bushcraft knife. It all depends on what you already have in your BOB prior to the upgrade.

How to Assemble an INCH Bag

How to Assemble an INCH Bag — Everybody’s talking about bug out bags and how important they are for survival, specifically in bug out scenarios, when you're supposed to leave your home and go someplace else. That's when a backpack filled with supplies will be of tremendous help.


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