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Spare Junk in the Trunk?

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    In my trunk...

    Trauma kit.
    Bourbon
    A whole lot of spare Glock 19 & 17 mags loaded with JHP that was left over from when I had extras. (6 I think...I may have as many as 10 just loose...)
    A .22lr kit for my Glock 26.
    S&W 22A
    Remington 552 .22lr rifle
    Body armor.
    Training knives.
    About 500 rounds of .22lr & 100 rounds of 9mm in boxes.
    Duct tape.
    Flat sap
    Spare clothing.
    A file I lost, found, then put in the trunk and lost again.
    Bug spray.
    Plastic plates, spoons and forks.
    Gym clothing.
    Sneakers.

    I'm NEVER going to fit a corpse in their...


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    Quote Originally Posted by gixxerboy1k View Post
    What do you guys do in the winter months when it is below freezing for days in a row as far as water in the trunk just a small heat source in the pack?
    That's a good question - and I'd like an answer to that from the more "survival"-oriented members here, as I definitely don't know the answer.

    We're more prepared for the short commutes and sort of short-term emergency situations that may erupt, with what I have in the vehicle. Even with the vehicle in a detached and unheated garage, I've rarely - rarely - found any of the water either in the cabin or in the trunk frozen, given our usual winters.

    I do keep basic fire-starting supplies in the vehicles, but most of my potable water is stored in plastic containers...hardly conducive to heating!!!!

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    I would add a spring-loaded glass breaker, a hammer or tomahawk with a hammer poll, and a good seat belt/strap cutter.
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    Golf clubs, gatorade, jumper cables, trash, some old tape from hootie and the blowfish circa 1990's, oh I almost forgot my shooting bag.

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    Tool bag
    FAR Handbook
    DFAR Handbook
    Camera Bag from time to time
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    XD .45, Glock 23, Mossberg 590A, M&P 15 Rossi 641, RIA 1911


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    I always try to have 1 or 2 disposable lighters in the event I need to start a fire but I end up using them to fuse the frayed ends of cut rope. I also have tools, hatchet, spare gas can, flat repair plugs, first aid kits, rubber gloves, duct tape, hand cleaner, plastic trash bags, climbing rope and gear, theres more but I cant list everything.

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