Introduction: The Best Survival Kit Ever
I'm going to show you how to make a inexpensive waterproof survival kit for a budget of $20-$30.
You may notice that I don't have a compass, that's because there are other ways of finding north.
Step 1: Materials Needed
You will need
3 cotton balls( fire tinder)
Cable saw (easily sawing branches that are in the way or to make a shelter)
flint and striker( for starting fires)
Matches( waterproof, only use as a last resort)
Leatherman squirt or other compact multitool(useful to have)
backup blade (if an other blade breaks)
al foil (cooking, collecting water)
space blanket (warmth and shelter)
paper (writing on to keep up morale)
pencil (writing on the paper)
band aids patching up pesky cuts and as a patch-up tool)
Torch (seeing in the dark, signalling)
nails of assorted sizes (shelter building, attach to stick for spear)
teabags (to make tea, duh)
3-5m of paracord (obvious uses, tying stuff together)
seatosummit waterproof bag
Step 2: Pack It Up!
Now all you needs to do is pack it up
i found that a1l sistema 'clip it' container works best, and it's waterproof !
I packed mine up with the al foil at the top for easy signaling
so now your set, and good luck with the fight for survival!
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