I read a Ruger 10/22 is inexpensive, accurate and ammo is cheap at under $20 for 500 rounds. Also a slingshot and pellets may be another option for small game. Possibly some wire or para cord for snares for small game. You can also Google for this.
You may want a good pair of work gloves, dust mask and seasonally appropriate clothing. Perhaps some anti-diarrhea medication and some antacids. perhaps some family photos, personal documents and an emergency survival guide as well as at least one paperback and perhaps some cards for down time. Maps of the state/area may be beneficial, possibly in a plastic baggy in case you need to use it in the rain or snow.
Maybe even an adjustable wrench for turning off natural gas lines. Include a address book with important family and friends numbers as well as emergency services numbers. Also be sure to have at least $50 in small bills and a roll of quarters and dimes. Be sure to include any medications that may be needed.
There may be more things dependent upon your needs, situation and family situation. I have also read that it may be important to provide something in the way of a bug out bag/72 hour kit at your office and in your car as well as at home. Not a bad idea if you end up being stuck in a building overnight, or over several days if an earthquake or other disaster has struck.
I hope that helps a bit.
What part of "Shall not be infringed" is not being abused today!
Even Knights had "Modern" weapons!
'Sed quis custodiet ipsos cutodes' ("Who watches the watchmen?”)."