Green Beret's Ultralight Bug Out Bag with Gear Recommendations

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  • Published on:  Wednesday, October 10, 2018
  • You won't believe how light this bag is! Former Army Ranger and Green Beret gives you a look inside his personal go-bag.

    In addition to seeing the packing list described in this video, you will see exactly what brands and items he chooses for his own emergency preparedness (plus alternates). You can download the packing list with links here: https://mailchi.mp/flintsteelcsg/gbgb-ultralight-bug-out-bag

    This is an EXTREMELY high-quality kit, which should be expected for the one bag that is meant to possibly last the rest of your life. See gear recommendations from outstanding companies from someone who has actually used them in the field: 5.11 Tactical, Helikon-Tex, SnugPak, TITAN Survival, MSR, ExoTac, Self Reliance Outfitters and Pathfinder, Tinder Quik, UCO, Sawyer, Katadyn, ReadyMan, Black Scout Survival, RevMedX, Rite in the Rain, Suunto, Wazoo Survival Gear, Petzl, Morakniv, Leatherman, and more.

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    I'm Joshua Enyart, former Army Ranger and Green Beret. Today, I'm an Instructor for Flint & Steel Critical Skills Group and the Pathfinder School. To see my upcoming courses and in-person training, visit: https://flintsteelcsg.com/organizer/flint-steel-joshua-enyart/

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  • hawkatro

    hawkatro

     yesterday +1

    I'm wondering what that copper strand in the paracord does to the knife. Dull it significantly or is it so thin that it doesn't matter?

  • arynnoctavia

    arynnoctavia

     2 days ago +1

    What’s the other stuff you have in that trauma kit?

  • kastawayy xyno

    kastawayy xyno

     2 days ago +1

    Duct tape?

  • gb5uq

    gb5uq

     2 days ago

    Great video clear simple and to the point. Many thanks.

  • Fyrst Waffen

    Fyrst Waffen

     3 days ago

    Awesome info for anyone who needs to move quickly...Thanks for sharing  ATVB

  • Thiaguinho Oitodois

    Thiaguinho Oitodois

     4 days ago

    If you live in an urban environment then might change your bag a bit

  • SinineMeri

    SinineMeri

     5 days ago +1

    Great video but way too many pounds, gallons and ounces. Do you realize the internet is international?

  • dana tassler

    dana tassler

     6 days ago +1

    This was a great video! I was geeking out over nearly every item. Going to post this to facebook and see what my fellow jarhead pals say about it, most of us are real gear addicts.

  • David Bourg

    David Bourg

     6 days ago +1

    Great video

  • Zsolt Papp

    Zsolt Papp

     6 days ago

    So if i understand correctly, this is a 18 pound bag and you have food for 24 hrs? Wow. What the hell was 18 pounds in this bag if it does not even include water?

  • A Google User

    A Google User

     6 days ago +1

    Nice video.

  • usa pokerpro

    usa pokerpro

     7 days ago

    That was awesome! Subbed!

  • Matthew Butler

    Matthew Butler

     7 days ago +1

    How does this work in the winter

  • gerard moore

    gerard moore

     7 days ago +1

    Fantastic content here. Thank you for the knowledge, brother.

  • Randy C

    Randy C

     7 days ago

    Rifle coffee ads very annoying, I’ll never buy it after being harassed while watching your video!

  • Jessie Robbins

    Jessie Robbins

     7 days ago

    Thank you for the great information .

  • loz powell

    loz powell

     7 days ago

    good vid, but what about a little solar charger and a tiny 30$ toy drone with an sd card, the whole lot can weigh a few hundred grams +cost nothing these days and it seems being able to fly a hundred meters above the trees just to look at the surounding area or recharge bateries could be handy ..

  • Jakethesnake

    Jakethesnake

     7 days ago

    I just would like to point out that I'd rather have an over packed bag than be underpacked so I have more resources. if I need to be able to move that fast and make it lightweight I can ditch the less needed items and others can use them if they find them also having a multicam bag might make u stand out but odds are they'll be targeting anyone with gear if there that desperate for resources

  • kakytoo69

    kakytoo69

     7 days ago

    I'm a smoker, and I've never had a bic break on me.

  • Spok

    Spok

     7 days ago +2

    One should be prepared, but I'm trying to think of a scenario where this sort of preparation would be useful, and I can't think of anything. Granted, it is better than nothing, but what good is this in case of a nuclear, biological, socialogical, ecological, political, etc emergency situation? Might be okay in the case of economic emergency, maybe? Might buy you a few days? I don't know, I should think this sort of preparation would be best only under almost ideal conditions, and in the case of buying you some time while you secure your personal "world" as you transition to living devoid of any help. In other words, maybe it would help you to become homeless, in the woods kind of thing, for the rest of your life?
    In the case of any real, "hit the fan" scenario, it is probably best to assume it is going to last forever, you know, just in case it lasts a little longer than you expect?
    I just wanted to add that the very best part of this video is the last 60 seconds.