Step 1: The Case
Step 2: Fire
- strike anywhere matches
- stormproof matches
- wet fire starters
- flint and steel
- paper (with instructions/tips written out on it)
- tinfoil (it's not used for fire starting but it is used for cooking with the fire and boiling water)
I think having a fire is one of the most important things you can have when you're in a survival situation. Its used as a signal, a way to cook food, purify water, make tools, and plenty of other things.
Step 3: Water
- water purification tablets
- a Ziploc bag
- tinfoil (again super helpful)
Water is what's gonna keep you alive and healthy, you can survive awhile without food but without water you're not gonna survive long so getting water is your #1 priority along with starting a fire.
Step 4: Shelter
- an emergency blanket
- more instructions/diagrams
- duct tape (ok the bottom of both of the actions tins and by itself)
I actually don't know a lot about shelters so what I do is I look up videos and diagrams and I draw them out for different environments. These are the basic items that I think would be the most useful.
Step 5: Food
- snare wire
- 1 pre-built snare
- bobby pins (can be used as a hook or to help secure things together)
- even more instructions/diagrams (oh what do you know I have instructions packed!)
- fishing hooks and line
- tin foil (cooking food)
Step 6: Medical
- ibuprofen (I'm deathly allergic to rabbits so I kinda need these if I don't have my epipen)
I know there's a lot more medical stuff I could put in here but like I said I have all of that in my medical kit.
Step 7: Rescue
- signal mirror
- neon orange tape
- emergency blanket (its big and reflective)
- tin foil ( again it's so useful)
- flashlight (for signaling people at night)
I actually don't have instructions or tips on making signals so I'll have to add that in later.