Equipment List. · .62 cal/20 gauge flintlock fusil. 42 inch barrel. · .70 caliber smoothbore flintlock pistol. · Shot pouch and contents. · Leather drawstring pouch of .60 caliber ball (in knapsack). · Powder horn. · Butcher/Hunting knife. · Legging knife. · Clasp knife. · Tomahawk. · Fire bag. · Tinderbox. · Belt pouch. · Fishing tackle in brass container. · Two brass snares. · Roll of brass snare wire. · 3 Gunpowder wallets · Knapsack. · Scrip. · Ball mould and swan shot mould. · Lead ladle. · Tin Cup. · Water filter bags (cotton & linen bags). · Medical pouch. · Housewife. · Piece of soap and a broken ivory comb. · Dried foods in bags. · Wooden spoon. · Gun tools and spare springs. · Compass. · Whet stone. · Small metal file. · Oilcloth. · One blanket (Monmouth cap, spare wool waistcoat and wool shirt rolled inside blanket). · Two glass saddle flasks. · Length of hemp rope. · Bottle of rum. Basic list of what I carry. This list is made up from items that we know were carried, from items that my research has shown were available, & from items that have been found, such as the brass snare wire. I am not saying every woodsrunner carried all these items, but I am saying that some woodsrunners may have carried all these items. From experimental archaeology results in historical trekking, I think the items I have chosen are a reasonable choice for any woodsrunner that is going to live in the wilderness for a year or more.