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Evader Fighting & Survival LBE Rig

Posted by Ivarr Bergmann on June 29, 2020 at 5:30 PM

First understand this is my plan and opinion that stands alone from those I train with and it doesn't represent anything they have conveyed to me. THIS IS MY TRAIN OF THOUGHT AND MINE ONLY. I have purposely left out the mention of the boys and operating with them after the hammer drops. They are not included in this because we have not had a conversation past Evasion survival. I cannot implicate them in my words- it's just not polite or safe.


Sometimes the content and finances of one's existence will impact on their survival plans. Well, in ALL case your financial ability will impact your preparations- This is not to be confused with the falsehood that your finances enable you to buy your way out of preparing, training and foresight into what is to come with the fantacy purchase of an exemption- Even Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is learning he cannot buy his way out of this mess since the mob stationed a guillotine outside his DC house today (FUK YOU-YOU DESERVE IT). Doing nothing produces nothing othen than misery and defeat, but pandering and kneeling just brings it faster. With the expansion of experience, finances and a new location after I got married, new options and tasks have presented themselves to my spiderweb plan. I have recently started to lay out a new Spider Web plan since I dismantled my old one last year in hopes for a new direction and plan- Then the King Wuhan attack hit in January and now we have an insurrection that's going on and it's pushing forward my plans to survive this coming mess into the double time. This has pitted my traditional thinking and the urge to just go with it as is against the obvious advantages that have presented themselves. Those older way were born from minimal fincases and location, but now it levitated towards a new direction with more options and reach that I hope to clearly lay out in this post to help others prepare. As always this is my plan for me here in Alaska. Take what you need from it for yourself and adjust and fit it to YOUR NEEDS and situation just like I have done for myself over the years. 

 

I've always condoned a large rucksack and an LBE set up for the Rural Evader. I still stand by this as it relates to my past situation, however situations change as I mentioned to you here.  For me it's always been one LBE and one Rucksack- and GO to the Wilds! This is and was fine for my past situation. However now I'm thinking about speed and the certain inevitability that I will be fighting my way to the wilderness to plan to do what I gotta do next. In the past I could not afford the gear I wanted so I went with what I could afford that would work properly and I fitted in where I could, as best I could to get the best use from it without overly naive expectations of the kit and my ability to use it. Sadly with the current asymmetrical threat situation we have now (EVEN HERE IN ALASKA) I know fighting will be inevitable from the start.

With my current location there is no way I'm going to Escape to the wilderness with a monster extstance Rucksack and a survival LBE as I was able to in the past, and thus fight from it and expect to move too and all the while making sure my wife is safe. She is a tough and capable Native woman but compared to my experience and ability she is but a toddler in a room full of angry snakes when compared..I didn't know I was already on the path to a solution- Yes I do this a lot- I think of thing to improve and just do it with an almost subconscious reason knowing they will fall into place later down the line. So last summer I decided to back up my load some and go in reverse with a lighter "Micro Battle Rig". I really really liked this rig set up but no matter what i did with it, it fell short of providing all the necessary kit to live from should I lose my rucksack or not be able to make it to the next shelter. If I upped its ability it negated its micro rig purpose and I ended up with a soup sandwich served in a tissue taco- It simply wasnt working. I was faster, more manuveable, more limber and flexible, I burned less energy and was able to go farther and faster with less issues dealing with the terrain but when it came to anything else it simply proved to me a mirco rig didnt stand up to a dedicated fighting as a survival rig- AND THIS STANDS TRUE.

With all that being stated, it's clear to me that the Evaders Survival Rig to fight from when its needed is not the same as an Evaders Fighting Rig to survive from and vice versa. Though the two overlap in a great many ways but they will remain as different as they are the same thus serving different functions and purposes. I don't see a way to morph the two and get the best of both rigs in one without submerging either into the uselessness of liability and burden in the form of bulky overweight loads-Remember  Evader is not a soldier- you have to take what you need to survive with you ALL THE TIME and the support you have is the preps you stash before the HAMMER DROPS (IT HAS DROPPED) ..Much of the centric of the two issues can be solved with adding and moving kit to a rucksack or pockets, but only slightly, and it won't be enough in either spectrum to fight AND SURVIVE.. There must be separate rigs for separate uses for the situation I'm in now- and the situation will vary in callings of requirements. The above rig can and will still be used once the I penetrate Ft Wilderness but I know things will continue to change once the game begins but for now this will do and decrease the confusion and libility. But alone there is no way it's going to serve me fighting my way out of the area of Palmer Proper, deep in a developed community- even one as small as this. Nor will it serve me post-collapse when the HAMMER DROPS should I need to go on the offensive. I will purposely negate situations/tasks either will be used in. You know why.

The OPFOR has already made itself and their intentions known in this area with many followers willing to sell themselves and others out to the evil for the illusion of a free pass and safety- but I digress... In short I will be going back to micro rig and be retrieving my Survival LBE rig once I'm in Ft Wilderness and see how things go. This will mean stashing the Evder Survival Rig and all its accessories in the waiting.  I have a few sets of PLCE LBE with mirrored kit compliments so this will not be too hard- Keeping bear out will be the hardest task of all. This is a far cry from years of depending on one method of kit suspension for all tasks. Equally I see the stakes are now higher than they ever were in the past- talk has turned to action and ppl are dying and being arrested.. I thought i'd see things better after the collapse and I'm sure I will because this is FAR from over (and it's not going to stop until it's stopped)  but right now it's clear what is going on. Their racist end goal is equally clear, and with that so are the solutions for my own survival- Make no mistake I will have no issue turning Blue Helmets and trucks inside out and upside down. Self Defence is a human right...This is the future the OPFOR has chosen. It makes no difference whether they chose it later or now- the choice was made. When I saw an article the other day saying certain groups will deal with "Inter-racial relations" in their own way, things changed for me. My wife is Yupik and I am of European ancestry- Fuk you throughly. And dont worry, I'm not mad and out of control- I'm just ready and watching.

Recently I have started to purchase buckets from Home Depot for the new Spider Web. They run about 5$ and an extra $1.50 for lids with rubber gaskets that seal tight. Once the lid is applied and snaps into place it is there until you peel the side strip off that releases the snap apparatures. Then you will have a removable lid you can take off and put back on but until the side tab is peeled they are fixed tight and permanent..The above cans you see are storing two changes of all season clothes, fire kit,cooking kit, shelter sheet, and enough food for about 2 weeks of hard work/high calorie use. These pods will still be divided up into areas (on private lands) with different pods in different locations so I wont lose everything if one gets found out. One bucket will also hold a set of PLCE LBE and boots in my size. These buckets are super useful and a far far far cry from the detergent pod cans I used to use. So I will be updating my kit page to reflect the approach ill be using for the Evader "fighting load" LBE and Evader "Survival loads" LBE and their general uses and differences. Things will change but will also look familiar. That is until this page and my channel are shut down. I fully expect this any day now..


I hope you all are ready- Don't despair. We knew this was coming. Just like King Wuhan, this too isn't going away. Stay the course- We're not the first in history to see such days and we won't be the last. Much will be lost. Teach your children about REAL freedom so it's not forgotten. Warn them about the alibi of "freedom & Equality" that the totalitarians scream at the masses and tell them who brings nothing but death and misery.. Warn others and make no mistake they will come for them.. Re-enactors for all time periods, Opera and classical music, country music, perceived "cultural appropriation"or anything they see as 'White Supremacy". Whats more is that that word has nothing to do with KKK fuks, Nazi fuks or skin heads fuks and eveything to do with destroying white culture that has it roots in Europe. They literally almost lost the White House last week. if you don't think this is serious- you're not paying enough attention....I fully expect Blue Helmets and other "Militia" sometime very soon.... prepare.


Im looking for more Evaders... You will be screened for Cluster-B bullshit personality issues, dip-shittery fuk-wadness and a bad attitude. if this excludes you and you're interested contact me..


bootnknife@gmail.com


Ivarr Bergmann

Evasion Survival, Aalska.

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22 Comments

Reply Ivarr Bergmann
12:00 PM on July 19, 2020 
Gilly says...
Good post Ivarr. As your situation changes so does your strategy; always good to be flexible. I do like the modified spider web idea and those buckets. I've just spent the last few days walking across Dartmoor and I did think how practical it would be to carry everything you would need to survive across rough county avoiding detection. Survival pods and spider web system around an accessible local area, allowing for a lighter 'fighting load' carry is more practical, tipping the odds to the evader.
Best wishes and stay safe.


Good morning.. Yes setting out into the wilds and knowing there are supplies you can use and fall back on take a lot of weight off the Evader both figuratively and literally..

I was just thinking of Dartmoor last night.. Been many years. Watch the documentary 'Secret Army" about the auxiliary Guerilla forces in the UK in WWII.. If you're interested in Evading and surviving- its chocked with good bits of info from real guys..

Have a great day and thnx for stopping in..
Reply Gilly
10:38 AM on July 19, 2020 
Good post Ivarr. As your situation changes so does your strategy; always good to be flexible. I do like the modified spider web idea and those buckets. I've just spent the last few days walking across Dartmoor and I did think how practical it would be to carry everything you would need to survive across rough county avoiding detection. Survival pods and spider web system around an accessible local area, allowing for a lighter 'fighting load' carry is more practical, tipping the odds to the evader.
Best wishes and stay safe.
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
3:31 AM on July 13, 2020 
John says...
Looking forward to it, always interesting stuff
Integrated some of your findings into my kit and more importantly-testing everything toroughly now

Stay safe over there!



I love hearing my garbage is of some use... The season is early and I have a lot planned.. TA Moscow and TA Rhodesia offer so much.. lots to do and a short time to do it! Vegetation here is already changing colors for fall!

You be safe too...
Reply John
3:25 AM on July 13, 2020 
Looking forward to it, always interesting stuff
Integrated some of your findings into my kit and more importantly-testing everything toroughly now

Stay safe over there!
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
4:28 PM on July 12, 2020 
Badger says...
Rock on with this timley info. IMO, the hammer has dropped, we are in a version of a Tet offensive and WROL. We have to do the things now, the flag is up.


Thanks mate.. more to come soon. Probably next weekend.. i have a draft blog started and a vid started.. stay tuned.. and thnx again!

Be safe and stay healthy..
Reply Badger
4:26 PM on July 12, 2020 
Rock on with this timley info. IMO, the hammer has dropped, we are in a version of a Tet offensive and WROL. We have to do the things now, the flag is up.
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
7:53 PM on June 30, 2020 
Journeyman says...
Excellent Post Ivarr. Seems solid reasons for the shift in focus at the moment. Mobility is definitely key especially at the beginning of any "event".
Stay Strong. Stay Sneaky
Nate


Thanks pal.. you too....
Reply Journeyman
6:47 PM on June 30, 2020 
Excellent Post Ivarr. Seems solid reasons for the shift in focus at the moment. Mobility is definitely key especially at the beginning of any "event".
Stay Strong. Stay Sneaky
Nate
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
4:57 PM on June 30, 2020 
Apollo26 says...
Thanks ivarr, I should have a modified spiderweb strategy in place by the fall if things dont kick off before the election, right after I fix the cabins roof one wall and evict the demon crossbred raccoon/ possum living in there lol


Email me some pics when its all done.. id love to see what you got going on... and i think you still have time too..

ivarr
Reply Apollo26
4:16 PM on June 30, 2020 
Thanks ivarr, I should have a modified spiderweb strategy in place by the fall if things dont kick off before the election, right after I fix the cabins roof one wall and evict the demon crossbred raccoon/ possum living in there lol
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
3:23 PM on June 30, 2020 
Lone Wolf says...
This post is very timely...I have come to the some of the same conclusions and have adapted much the same way. It's re-assuring to see how you are addressing some of the same issues. You have articulated what I have been trying to deal with for some time now...that is a fighting load and a survival load are two very different things. I have reduced to a similar micro rig and have forward cached the heavier packs and supplies in my AO. I have a few 55 gal barrels with sealable lids that I have painted and placed in various places. Like you, I couldn't see trying to get to my AO with a heavy survival load so my deployment load is light and allows for a couple nights out with VERY minimal accommodations. Being older I don't run and gun like that new youngster that you have introduced to us but I can move at a pace with deliberation and purpose and don't really want to carry a heavy load in the beginning of any deployment when I may need to move quickly. I wish I was back in Alaska but life is what it is...we will all be fighting the same battle before long.


The duality of both the survival load and fighting load can also cross purposed.. I could see using the survival LBE load for a long range mission even if the end goal is to sit down some UN OPFOR for horticulture purposes...But Im with you on the load to Escape and Evade under- For the new now, it has to be a fighting load.... As for the new guys im with.. I'm the middle man, the other is much younger in his mid 20s and the one fella is near 60 but he don't miss a beat! We all seem to get tired about the same time and the pace is natural...

.Im glad this post helped you sort a few things.. Very glad... You sound very in-tune with what is going down.. I could use a man like you.. maybe be will cross paths.. If this goes hot down south if it gets bad.. one never known...

Be safe my friend..

Ivarr
Reply Lone Wolf
3:11 PM on June 30, 2020 
This post is very timely...I have come to the some of the same conclusions and have adapted much the same way. It's re-assuring to see how you are addressing some of the same issues. You have articulated what I have been trying to deal with for some time now...that is a fighting load and a survival load are two very different things. I have reduced to a similar micro rig and have forward cached the heavier packs and supplies in my AO. I have a few 55 gal barrels with sealable lids that I have painted and placed in various places. Like you, I couldn't see trying to get to my AO with a heavy survival load so my deployment load is light and allows for a couple nights out with VERY minimal accommodations. Being older I don't run and gun like that new youngster that you have introduced to us but I can move at a pace with deliberation and purpose and don't really want to carry a heavy load in the beginning of any deployment when I may need to move quickly. I wish I was back in Alaska but life is what it is...we will all be fighting the same battle before long.
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
10:38 AM on June 30, 2020 
Apollo26 says...
I know what you mean ivar. I run a battle belt with suspenders and typical survival gear and 4 rifle mags and 2 pistol mags , I decided to go with a micro chest rig with 4 extra mags and a additional pistol mag if I'm certain to get onto a scrape then I'd ditch the chest rig in my ruck when I hit the boonies not ideal but the best I could come up with. Also on the financial side I went ahead and took out half my 401k and bought a cabin near my main hunting grounds, got a small cabin for the wife and daughter plus who ever of my people I can convince to bugout there, it's not great but the best I can do.


Dude you are so far ahead of the curve that its just a strait line now!!! Thats awesome.. I hope you never have be be overly grateful you did this, but i think one day you will be.. its here.. I hope im wrong but I dont see this going away..

Stay safe.. best wishes to your family..
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
10:36 AM on June 30, 2020 
Sniperbait1 says...
Great post Ivarr. I've been binge watching your videos and reading your blog the last few weeks trying to soak up as much of your knowledge I can. I appreciate what your doing. 5 gallon buckets great to have sometimes you can find food grade ones a little cheaper from restaurant's.


Here you can get them free at the local bakery but I just bought what I needed because I was there. I like the lids as well. I wnt be storing anything in them that touches the inside of the bucket so it wont really matter in the end.. Perhaps I can find time to visit some bakery's to see if they have more..

Thanks for your support and thnx for being here.. I hope my garbage has helped..
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
10:33 AM on June 30, 2020 
Alaskan Survivalist says...
Survival is not just a distant consideration for me. I live a survivable life adapting as needed. Recent adaptions include avoiding people for Covid 19 which has reaped other benefits. I've increased on hand supplies in response to interruptions in the supply chain and built up savings for economic woes ahead. I'm not about to put myself in a situation I'm surrounded by Blacks either. I have long term plans as well but make them as adaptable as I can to changing circumstances. It's easy to see where these trends are headed and prepare. The biggest question on my mind Is when, where and which one happens first?



I don't worry too much about the Blacks.. Its the White Ken and Karen anorexia ridden Antifa that Im keeping my eye on.... You be safe old pal.. Ill be seeing you soon..

Ivarr
Reply Ivarr Bergmann
10:31 AM on June 30, 2020 
Brent says...
Adapt or die. Im fortunate that I live in a secluded area, in addition my OA is 2 days walk through rural tree farm land. This unrest is further proof that you have to be flexible and adaptable to an ever changing and evolving threat. Ive been upping the training and cache system these past few months, it would seem the hammer is in free fall at the moment. I wish you and yours all the best bergmann, stay safe. -Brent


You're correct, IMO and thank you.. Im surprised how many ppl do not think past a purchase.. You be safe Youngster..
Reply Brent
3:28 AM on June 30, 2020 
Adapt or die. Im fortunate that I live in a secluded area, in addition my OA is 2 days walk through rural tree farm land. This unrest is further proof that you have to be flexible and adaptable to an ever changing and evolving threat. Ive been upping the training and cache system these past few months, it would seem the hammer is in free fall at the moment. I wish you and yours all the best bergmann, stay safe. -Brent
Reply Alaskan Survivalist
2:25 AM on June 30, 2020 
Survival is not just a distant consideration for me. I live a survivable life adapting as needed. Recent adaptions include avoiding people for Covid 19 which has reaped other benefits. I've increased on hand supplies in response to interruptions in the supply chain and built up savings for economic woes ahead. I'm not about to put myself in a situation I'm surrounded by Blacks either. I have long term plans as well but make them as adaptable as I can to changing circumstances. It's easy to see where these trends are headed and prepare. The biggest question on my mind Is when, where and which one happens first?
Reply Sniperbait1
11:06 PM on June 29, 2020 
Great post Ivarr. I've been binge watching your videos and reading your blog the last few weeks trying to soak up as much of your knowledge I can. I appreciate what your doing. 5 gallon buckets great to have sometimes you can find food grade ones a little cheaper from restaurant's.
Reply Apollo26
10:16 PM on June 29, 2020 
I know what you mean ivar. I run a battle belt with suspenders and typical survival gear and 4 rifle mags and 2 pistol mags , I decided to go with a micro chest rig with 4 extra mags and a additional pistol mag if I'm certain to get onto a scrape then I'd ditch the chest rig in my ruck when I hit the boonies not ideal but the best I could come up with. Also on the financial side I went ahead and took out half my 401k and bought a cabin near my main hunting grounds, got a small cabin for the wife and daughter plus who ever of my people I can convince to bugout there, it's not great but the best I can do.