Video of the Week: Tour of the Bug Out/Stealth Van

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YouTube is an absolutely incredible source of information on almost anything you can think of. Every week we feature a new video related to a variety of topics such as firearms, first aid, gardening, security, food storage, water filtration….and current events. 

Check this video out from BiblesnBarbells. I like the concept of the “stealth van” and Anthony gives us a tour. Pretty cool!

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  1. This looks really nice and well thought out. I would like to see something built on a trailer chassis that can be towed by an off-road vehicle and left in hiding, so the towing vehicle can still be used without dragging the trailer along. In the military I saw a lot of nice trailers developed for use by officers when on bivouac. Towed by a 2 1/2 ton truck and dropped off in a safe zone so the truck could still be used for picking up supplies and evacuations.

  2. Methane, that is my approach as well and the best solution for greatest mobility. Best is custom. Mine was built in a goose neck 8×26 horse trailer. The goose neck has a much greater turning radius than bumper pull and with the weight centered over the rear axle, is much safer to tow as well.
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