This is a very simple and mini survival kit that covers the essentials of survival Enjoy!!!

Step 1: Contents

-Empty pill bottle
- 3 mini straw fire starters ( have an instructable on that)
-3 matches
-1 bandage
-1 striker
-1 hook
-1 weight
- tinfoil
-some fishing line
- razor blade
-2 safety pins
- 3 feet of duct tape
- 2 advils
- 1 birthday candle
- whistle made from straw
-Neosporin in a straw
-salt in a straw
<p>How much tinfoil?</p>
<p>This is simply epic. </p>
<p>Dude your kit is awesome and im following you </p>
<p>I always used to waterproof matches for camping by dipping the ends in wax...</p>
Would wrapping teflon tape(plumbers tape) wrapped around the bottle locks work I wonder for waterproofing?
You can put a small o ring into the lid and make the whole thing waterproof
<p>Love that ideal. I think I would glue a piece(to fit) of sand paper into the inside of the bottle cap. Those strikers go bad really fast.</p>
<p>I really like the idea, but I would use wind-proof survival matches.</p>
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<p>great kit. more stuff than I put in a &quot;one nite stand&quot;, a kit you always carry in your pocket is always better than the larger more complete kit that's still in the truck</p>
<p>Seems like a good collection, but I think that you would still need some proper knife and some windup battery for light and radio. </p>
<p>I use a 8-10 oz.drink bottle from like a convenience store in my bug out bag. It holds a little more,the mouth is wider,and it's already waterproof.(down to about 20-30 feet,don't ask how I know that.)lol</p>
What about sugar?
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This is such a great idea! Do you have a website Micahel? I am new to this and would love to know how to make the things needed for this kit. Thanks!
Go to: teotwawkiblog.blogspot.com and then search for Altoids survival kit. He had a contest and got about 30 entries, it has a lot of good info for surviving anyways. <br> <br>NOTE: I do not own, nor am i affiliated with that blog. I just find it a nice blog.
Interesting concept. You should check out my survival kits and lemme know what ya think.
Good stuff, though I live in the tropics and teach jungle survival. Priority #1 is water. 3 feet of duct tape could be replaced with water purification tablets. Everything you need here you get from bamboo. A folding saw is invaluable and infinitely better at cutting bamboo than a knife. Bamboo makes water containers, shelter, and tools (hunting, eating, etc). A fire striker and a Vaseline-impregnated cotton ball are my second choice for fire starting. #1 is a small lighter (in a double zip-topped baggy). Of course, the things I'm listing don't fit into a pill container, but I don't mind carrying more.
Great idea. I would include 2 baby aspirin, in case someone is having a heart attack. I would include a large sturdy sewing needle. Love the mirror in the lid idea from another commenter, <br>
love all these ideas <br>now if they would just make those metal key chain pill bottles slightly larger.... <br>I also have to cheat and carry a 1oz whiskey flask filled with lamp oil in my pack and magnesium stick!
Great idea gonna make one soon...just one addition... fishing line it takes up little space if your clever about it (maybe glue a toothpick in the cap and wrap it round it) and you can use it not only for fishing but for snares or minor lashing :)
if you are not sure it's waterproof,place every thing in a condum, tie it off and place in the container
Good suggestion
maybe a sugru seal could be made or rubber or maybe a rubber seal salvaged of something else
Wow! that is really thinking out of the box! I like it!!!!
This is a great idea for all to be ready for anything! Thanks! I have a suggestion to add to this. I would glue a tiny round mirror on the cap or bottom of the bottle for a signal if you are lost or in case you run out of matches you can start a fire. You can get them at craft stores in the bead or scrapbooking aisles that will be just about the right size for this bottle. Just an idea to add to your great one!
This is pretty cool check mine out <br>bug out bag http://livetoseetomorrow.blogspot.com/2013/03/bug-out-bag.html <br>EDC http://livetoseetomorrow.blogspot.com/2013/02/my-literal-pocket-survival-kit.html
For a good waterproof container, the M&amp;M mini container is waterproof. My hubby uses one to hold his cigarettes and matches when we go rafting. Bonus, it floats in water too, if you happen to drop it.
Thank you for this. It made my first attempt at this project a breeze and slightly impressed the wife! hehe
Can I take this to the hunger games?
Oh, I get it. I'm supposed look at this meager collection and realize that, unless I'm MacGuyver, survival is futile and then slash my wrists with the razor blade and pour salt into the wounds for good measure. Am I right?
@ stevenrterry, yes if they are screw-on or childproof. Nice work. I'd recommend a few more matches, and a nice big piece of wax paper.
How did you make the whistle out of straw?
Not only is this an excellent concept, but the author has presented it well and is courteous in his responses, comments and further suggestions towards his article with a positive sense of dignity and respect.<br>
I am going to make one of these for every one of my family members!
Are pill bottles waterproof?
If that is a concern for you, you may be able to find rubber or silicone gaskets/string at your local home improvement store that might fit into the groove in the lid. Maybe plumber's tape would work, too?
Some are waterproof and some not, you'll have to try them out. The one I have is pretty much waterproof. Thanks!!
I like It Have you ever gone fishing with just a hook and sinker and some string?<br> it would be a fun Skill to test ( I know I can get a fish with a pole and bate) but can you get with stuff you find? I'll have to test My self with my kit... Thanks<br> <br> Add a tube of Honey for A Fast Sugar rush....
I once caught a turtle with a wad of my chewing gum on the end of my fishing pole. I'm sure there are other things you can find crawling around to use :) The honey is a good idea.
The bait can be found on location, grub worms live in dead wood. Good bait and good food if you have to eat them. Fishing without a pole or floater/bobber is pretty easy. It may take a moment to get the hang of it but you can feel when the fish is playing or taking it by just feeling the line. Tie it around your finger, not in a slip knot, but any other loop type knot. Then just have fun fishing. There is a toy I'm playing with in my head that is an autoset for hooks, it uses a mouse trap. For now it seems like it would work.
Yep that would sure test your skills, Thanks

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