Altoids Survival Kit

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Introduction: Altoids Survival Kit

About: I'm a redneck survivalist living in yankeeland Ohio. Preparing for economic collapse and showing you some of my preps and geek projects! Check me out on YouTube. Www.youtube.com/user/themightydozer

If you have ever been stuck in the woods you know that this kit would be useful, also, making this kit is fun and makes you think. I also Reccomend along with this kit you also carry a good knife, firestarter, and paracord bracelet. Hope you enjoy!

Step 1: Knife

Have a small pen knife or multi tool to cut objects

Step 2: Fire

Matches, lighter, flint, it's all up to you!

Step 3: Salt and Pepper

Add this to wild game or for a quick energy boost!

Step 4: Fishing

Add a fishing hook and line, and weights and bobbers if you like.

Step 5: Paperclips and Safety Pin

To make lockpicks

Step 6: Money

Preferably quarters, these are for pay phone you will find in cities or major highways

Step 7: Sewing

For minor clothes repair

Step 8: Flashlight

To see your way thru the knight

Step 9: Foil

To cook

Step 10: Whistle

First aid

Step 11: Compass

To navigate

Step 12: Wire and Cordage

For shelter and snares

Step 13: Band Aids

To heal cuts, you can add more first aid if you have room, as I did not

Step 14: Survival Guides

This one was written by beat grylls and you will probably forget everything in panic

Step 15: Your Done!!!!

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    Very cool! I'm surprised how many people don't have knives in their kits! Here's a link to my kit:
    https://www.instructables.com/id/A-Comprehensive-Altoids-Personal-SurvivalEveryday/

    @reiff. You dont know whether your survival situation will be natural or manmade, wilderness or urban, and sometimes people forget keys.

    Why would you need to pick locks?

    Just wondering but did you get the "Bear Grylls pocket survival handbook" from Bear's knife, or any other one of his products? Just wondering, I have the same book that came with the "Bear Grylls knife".