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Old 02-12-2013, 02:52 PM   #15
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Old 02-12-2013, 03:14 PM   #16
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Bucket, preferably metal.
Longhandled shovel.
Rake.
Fire extinguisher(s).
A digging /hacking tool such as a small mattock.
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Other than maybe Recovery things if you get stuck somewhere I don't take anything different than I do when Camping at the Beach /Mountains etc with no hookups. I've been Camping in the So Cal Deserts with no hookups for over 30 years. I have lots of Off Road experience and my Jeep is very equipped .
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Duct tape & good first aid kit.
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Old 02-12-2013, 09:25 PM   #20
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Duct tape
Super Glue
5 minute epoxy
Parachute cord
Assortment of hand tools
Charged cordless drill and accessories
Wood cutting implements
Sturdy work gloves
Bailing wire or equivelent
Multimeter
Jack Daniels
Aluminum foil
Zip ties
Goop or silicone
Shrink tubing

Holy cow the list could go on and on. I'm just thinking of stuff I have in our tool and implement compartment.
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I cant believe no one mentioned a Weapon!
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I cant believe no one mentioned a Weapon!
Two possible explanations there:

1) The O.P. isn't asking about weapons.
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2) No one wants this to turn into a ('nother) gun thread.




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Two possible explanations there:

1) The O.P. isn't asking about weapons.
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It doesn't matter what you take.... You'll ALWAYS NEED something that you DON'T HAVE... After you HAVE it... you'll NEVER NEED it again
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If you bring it, you might need it.
If you dont bring it, you will.
What we aint got, we dont need. But we do know how to improvise.
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Weapons are like MasterCard, we never leave home without them. And you can't beat a good gun thread. I could talk guns for days. When gun are outlawed, only outlaws will have guns. Have guns will travel. Stand by your guns! She has great guns!!! when I was in high school we took our guns to school for show and tell. Every pickup in the parking lot had a gun rack with loaded guns in it, in a unlocked pickup with the keys in the ignition! I still live pretty much the same way. Only no gun racks, to advertise and I lock the doors sometimes, maybe, but the keys stay in the ignition, with Ford products you don't need a key as they have a keypad so you can always get in and leave it run with the key in the vehicle and get in with the keypad.
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Those things kind of depend on where you will boon-dock and why.. If you are in gold county, then gold panning equipment, if around Ghost towns then maybe metal detectors. A shovel, ax and limb saw can be very handy in forested areas, as well as buckets. Beach area's rope or tow strap could come in handy if you or someone else gets stuck in sand or loose rock.

Just think about where you will be and what you will be doing while there and possible problems that could come up and pack accordingly.
I only Bondock in areas that have the shiney yeller stuff anymore, and carry enough stuff for an Army! Note to self get a biger Jeep
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