We bug out all the time. ~LOL!~
We use alot of Milsrp, as it cheap, and made for camping. We buy new stuff as we replace what we wear out.
Camping around using the boat or snowgo, each of us, as well as any friends that go along carry "Travle bags", usually a backpack to put on the snowgo or sled or boat that is easy to carry.
In my family, we carry extra socks and gloves in a ziplock bag, a water container of some kind. This can thaw ice with body heat if nessarry in winter while you walk...thirst is the bane of the winter. I carry a German Canteen inbetween the two cups that make a carrier. I can heat them up on any fire, or use them as a bowl. Can also boil questionable water in the canteen, or thaw it if it froze.
Some form of fire making, and some flares. In the boat or on a Winters ride, flares can mark the spot like no other. I carry a three pack.
A knife and a coulpe heater type MRE's, for all they have in food, asswipe, matches and coffee.Waterproof too, and they float.
Toilet paper in a Zip lock bag. Good for firestarting and its normal use.
A big grain bag that lines my backpack, in which I put bag of small tools and some hunting gear,spare batteries, balck tape, 100ft of 550 cord, a military nylon, poncho soft iron wire, binocs, a honing stone and VHF Radio. The VHF travels in my inner sweater in Winter.
Extra boot liners in winter and misquito head nets in summer, as well as bug dope.
Emergency 'Space Blankets' by th edozen and mil issue reusable haet pads that you spit a mouth full of waterinto. These are GREAT!! In a sleeping bag or on yout feet these with space blankets in your grain bag, you can sleep abit
Ammo is always in the outter most pocket, and esaily accessable.
We all have rifles that we use regular, and two each would be fine for the 6 of us who can hunt.
We keep firearms and the bulk of our ammo in camp anyway, so I only need to get there, and that can be done lightly.
We also have a Family Travle box. It has metal plates ,silverwhere, cups and a squad size German Cook kit that nests in its own pots, and the lids are frying pans. The box is always filled with Suger, salt, coffee, tea, oil and candy. Its always ready to go, as is our Colman Gas stove and lanterns, in their own box with a gallon of fuel.
I carry 5lbs of assorted candy, to keep the kids calm and happy in stormy weather, and candy is a boost to the cirulation system in extream cold.
Canned Seal oil is in the planning
If I have to bugout in an emergency, I will dress as normal for the extream cold or summer, and make my way to one of our camps where we have extra everything.
Fact is, possessions are a burden, especially if you walk. Everything should fit in the Sled or the boat, and all on our backs. Sleds and boats can be lined easily enough with team work.
Thats where Im at.