Me, I Don't Plan To Run Far!
I'll load up my car with: Two rifles, a 30-06 and a 22lr. A 12ga shotgun, and 4 pistols: one 45acp, one 9mm, one 357mag, and a 22. Reasonable amounts of: ammo, water, tinned food, a med pack, several knives, and my binocs will quickly be tossed in. A can of gas, jars of vaseline from both bathrooms, several pounds of powder and whatever propane tanks I have around the house will follow. I'll add some clothes, too; but, it won't take longer than 30-45 minutes to load everything up.
Then I'll drive as far back into the woods behind my house as possible; and settle in as low down and close to the earth as I can get. I'll, then, move back into shooting range of my house and take up a sniper's perch to watch the property. After dark I'll switch to a short-barreled shotgun and sneak back to booby-trap and re:supply. :uzi:
If I am engaged I will follow EXACTLY the same tactics that the LRRP's did in Vietnam: Hit ... Run ... Stop ... Hit ... Run ... Stop ... Hit ... Run ... Stop ... etc. This way I'll lead any engaging force away from, both, my property as well as my cache. It will, also, more or less, 'level the playing field' by minimizing the advantages a larger force would normally have against me.
I know; I know! I'm a mean, sneaky person; and I didn't stay on the one gun theme of this thread; but, then again, if you're going to survive don't ever do what your enemy expects. Oh, yeah, I'm not planning to reload; and that gas can isn't for the car - understand! Like I said, I'm a mean sneaky person; but, at the same time, I would NOT be the first one to attack my neighbors.
PS: Besides, several of my neighbors own full auto AK-47's and M-16's. When these guys practice in the back fields, the windows vibrate; and it, actually, sounds like an express train is about to come rolling through the living room! Maybe we could form an alliance, or something. Maybe not; but I'm not about to face anyone, either, head-on or round for round - That would be folly!
Sounds damned anti-social, doesn't it! I like my neighbors; I sincerely hope it never comes to this. There is that one guy, though, who still hasn't returned my hedge trimmer.