@Ernie - Shotgun? Might as well be really prepared then. Bring a pistol too for close-in work, cleaning kits for both, and wear your body armor/helmet constantly (as it simply won't do if the bad guys get the first shot and take you out). Night vision goggles as not to shoot a skunk at night next to your tent instead of a killer bear. Regular goggles for snowstorms and sandstorms, too. "Cool guy" glasses with different interchangeble lenses for changing light conditions. Also pack a GPS unit plus a PLB, satellite phone, some police tape (once the bad guys are taken out - hopefully- the crime scene must be secure), strobe markers for marking locations at night - makes the law enforcers/rescue team's job easier to find you at night, a couple smoke grenades for marking during the day, some maritime flares, leather gloves, climber's harness (in case you need a helicopter extraction is needed but there's no landing pad), crampons, snowshoes (could snow), full climbing rack, 200' of rope, some SAM splints, a double wall tent, synthetic sleeping bag, full-length Downmat 7 (will really need it hauling this kit), 3 sets of clothes, 200 wt fleece jacket (w/shoulder reinforcements), fleece pants, full rain suit, 10 liters of water (with filter and chemicals), a bunch of food, the 10 essentials plus giant first aid kit (all bombproof), a crowbar (hey, you never know) and a big 8000 cu inch pack from Mystery Ranch to carry it all.
Plus, being on BPL...make sure you wear Keds with the above.
(PS - don't forget to cut the tongue out of the Keds to shave a couple oz's)
(PPS - No toilet paper)