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If you've had any medical training like first aid, EMT, LPN, or RN your first aid supplies should reflect it, If not go with a basic first aid kit with the type of supplies you can easily use like this one. I used to be an EMT, and it suits me fine. I did replace the scissors with a sturdier pair, and added a large bottle of IB's. There's also a small first aid guide included in the bag.
Originally posted by kosmicjack
A couple of last geeky questions. What about first aid supplies on hand? What's the safest way to store gas? And can you buy ammo with 'cash only" and not give your name? I do have a .22, but now I think it might be useless. Which is better handgun / shotgun?
I'd say road blocks and/or checkpoints would be the biggest dangers. These are the places people with loads of supplies in the back of their vehicles will get nabbed. At minimum they'll lose their stuff to confiscation.
What are some classic "round up the idiots" traps to avoid? I love the advice to avoid looking too well fortified, stocked and fed.