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  • huntfishtrap
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    I would have a bit more bare-bones list than 4everAutumn: Allen wrench set, multi-tool, duct tape, glue (super glue or something similar), and 550 (parachute) cord. At the moment I can't think of anything else that would be useful in a bow or gun emergency that wouldn't be too bulky to carry.

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  • 4everAutumn
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    Here are my suggestions: Allen wrench set, multi- tool, wire saw, small punch, screwdriver with multiple tips, adjustable wrench, duct tape, heavy thread, super glue and vice grips. I would say these would handle most minor get you by repairs in the field and would all fit in the pocket of a pack.

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  • I keep a great first-aid kit in my Bug Out Bag and hunting pack when I'm out in the woods. I was thinking of making a gun/bow fi

    I keep a great first-aid kit in my Bug Out Bag and hunting pack when I'm out in the woods. I was thinking of making a gun/bow first aid kit to keep with me incase something needs fixed out in the open. Any suggestions what I should keep with me for any fix I'd have to make?

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