Survival Kit

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Introduction: Survival Kit

Step 1: A Storage for the Stuff

Get a backpack not like this this is a suckey
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Step 2: Get a Dis Tracktion

It's for fun when you have nothing to do

Step 3: Get Some Building Sullpiles

Just because

Step 4: Dictionary

It's so you know what stuff is

Step 5: Food and Water

Get a lot of food n water drink and eat little

Step 6: Any Thing Like a Med Kit for Sure

Get any think weapons knifes saws

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    Ok building supplies u have a calculator. What is this kit. A office survival kit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    Other miscellaneous items to add would be a multi tool, a folding knife (that is legal in your area) and 100ft of paracord.

    Dictionary- when you are lost in the wilderness, why do you need a dictionary?

    In a survival situation, your priorities (in order) are, first aid, shelter, water, fire, food and lastly signaling and navigation. For first aid add a simple first aid kit that includes bandaids, gauze, alcohol prep pads, sting relief pads, wound closure strips etc. For shelter, a small tent or a bivvy bag would be a great addition. For water, I would either get water purification tablets or a life straw. Always have a metal canteen to boil water to sterilize it. Also always have three ways I starting a fire. I like having lighters, matches and a ferrocium rod and some spare tinder. For food, get a small fishing kit and 10ft+ of snare wire. Also get a guide to wild edible plants in your area. Lastly, get a whistle and a signal mirror for signaling, and a trustworthy compass. Add what I have listed and this will be a kit you can depend on.

    This could use a lot of work.

    Distraction- ok, but I would opt for something smaller, for example a deck of cards.

    Building supplies- why?