The list author says: "This represents a 72 Hour Emergency Kit / AKA A Bug Out Bag I believe it should be kept in the primary vehicle, and perishable items should be rotated regularly. This Kit is intended to get you to a preplanned destination where you can survive.
Not included in this list are: fire arms - select your own by preference. Do not store these in your car! keep it locked up at home in a cool dry place.
Prepaid Cell Phone / phone card / identification and licences and a digital copy of all important documentation on a thumb drive
Maps (get them from AAA - free with your plus membership and get topo maps at Digital-Topo-Maps.com)
600 in cash - small bills
Snare wire - 20 to 40 ft of brass wire
alcohol stove - build your own find instructions and theory at zenalchoholstoves.com
Tinder - Dryer lint in a tin sealed with electrical tape.
Boots - Water Proof LL Bean and Lands End unlimited Warrantee ; Sturdy Work Gloves
Clothing - a full set of layered clothing appropriate for all seasons in your region - at least 2 pairs of socks - Wide brimmed waterproof hat (cowboy or other)
Medications - anything you take regularly (a months worth rotated monthly)+ benadryl / psedunephrine / antacid / antidiarheal / potassium permanganate / glycerin / tylenol / ibuprophen
Emergency Water 2 gallons / Emergency Food - MRE's and or Trail Mix and Jerky
200 Miles worth of fuel over and above what is in the tank.
In the event you have to strike out on foot solo - you will not be able to carry everything - if you were able to evacuate with your team or family you will have to spread out the equipment. (Please use common sense to tell you which items are needed for every member of the team, and which items a team will only need one of.)
In the event you strike out on foot - you must start supplementing your food by hunting and foraging immediately."