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Fire is one of the most important parts of survival. I have included:Matches in a water proof container (Walmart)LightersCandles Magnesium fire starterLint and cotton in a waterproof container
This is the part that help stick thing together and ties them. I included:Paracord- 50 ftCotton twineElectrical tapeDuct tape wrapped around a penPolycord
This section of the kit protects cuts and helps wounds. Includes:BandagesGauzePain killersAnti itch creamAlcohol swabsQ tipsBandaid holderNail clippersFloss and toothpick
I have included back up knives other than the one that's always on me. Also a sling shot. (A+ slingshots) I use steel and lead ammo.Mini fishing kit. ...
Patches up clothes. Ties. And it closes things together.
This can help at night time to see and can come in use as a signal device.I included:Crank flashlightFlashlight with extra batteriesA laser pointer with light
These things can help keep warm and take shelter when needed.Includes:Hand warmers3 gallon ziplock baggyHeavy duty garbage bagEmergency blanketSmall ziplock bags
This helps attract attention to others and helps find your way to locations.Includes: 2 compasses (always have a few since people doubt their compass)2 signal mirrorsWhistle
Water is the most important because without it there is no way to survive.Includes:Water purification tabletsCan to boil water32 fl oz water bottle
These are things I would keep just to make things easier.Includes:Extra socksBladeNailMagnifying glassPins
I hope this kit will help a bit more if you are stuck in a situation and easier in the outdoors.Hope you enjoy and be safe.
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