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There are only a few basic needs for survival in the wilderness.: Fire: You should have some thing to light a fire. A lighter or Firesteel will do th...
If you are in a sunny environment, or a winter wonderland, you will want a hat.
You should always have some boots that you think are comfortable, so you don't get blisters on your feet while you are trekking through the woods.
Gloves are a must have when you are in a cold climate. You do not want your fingers to freeze and turn black and fall off....... all while you are los...
You will always want to have a warm crackling blaze instead of a cold dark night. Here are some tools for that.
Knives and Multi Tools are the best when you need to build something or cut something in the woods.
This book is AMAZING! It is perfect for any beginner in survival.
If you can't get a fire going, it is good to have a couple of flashlights in case you have to be in the dark.
It is always good to have a first aid kit. Yours should contain at least a few band-aids and some antibiotic ointment for cuts.
Bandanas are good for a variety of things. You can filter out large particles in stream or spring water, or you can use it to keep your face warm in t...
A coffee can is good for a whole variety of things. You can use it to boil water in it. The metal netting is good for supporting the coffee can to bo...
A rope net is good for many traps for animals and it is also good for holding up cover in a shelter.
Two compasses will probably guide you to where you are going if you got off the trail.
You will probably go mad without this.
This is good for if animals are attacking you, you can just whack them, or when you are messing with the fire.
Sewing kits are good for killing the hole in your sock when its bugging you like there's no tomorrow.
A CD is a good signal mirror to have. A small key chain red light is also a good signal.
Pure water is DEFINITELY something you should have in your survival kit!
Lets face it. If you could not write one thing down, you would go CRAZY!!!!!
Rain ponchos are great for the rain. They keep you dry and (possibly) warm.
Plastic bags are the bomb when it comes to food storage.
It is good to have a small fishing kit to catch some easy dinner!
These are good to have for easy light if you cannot find your flashlight.
This is good if you have some meat you want to cook over the fire.
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