Altoids Survival Kit





Introduction: Altoids Survival Kit

This is the altoids survival kit. I take it when
ever i go to the woods so i have sone things to use
if i get lost.

This is not my idea i just made it so u have alot of
extra room and more pictures.

Step 1: Materails

what you need and where to get it:,target, and publix

rubber,target,office depo, and publix

fishing, and target

cotten,publix, and target

trash,publix, and target,publix, and target,publix, and target

paper,publix, and target,publix, and target

Step 2: Foldng Trash Bag

Fold the trash bag then put rubber bands TIGHTLY around it.

Step 3: Altoids

put the bandages in the bottem then the neosporin in the altoids can. then put the matches in the can.

Step 4: Hooks, and Candles

put in the hooks and candles...

Step 5: Trash Bag

next put in the trash bag so it fits. ( you have to jam it in there.)

Step 6: Your Survival Kit!

your done just close the can and close it with
a thick rubber band.



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    Great start! I like that you have included a plastic bag to help shelter against harsh weather! If you want to always have a survival kit with you inside your pocket be sure and include a quality knife and cordage. Also, you are going to want a waterproof back up to your fire making. :)

    I recently uploaded my own survival tin if you'd like to see how I've implemented those into my kit. :)

    kinda think you need line to go with the hooks and a couple other things, but it is good for a start

    I fit moar stuff in my survival kit... gotta post it up tho...

    NOTE. You CAN use pencil sharpeners as blades.


    Okay i'm just going to get this out there,*clears throat*<br/>in nice caring tone*This is to all the altoid tin survival kits, you can't put a respectable survival kit into just an altoids tin. Truthfully no survival kit is respectable. The best survival kit is the one you never have to use. Basically along with the survival kit instructables people should put in a guide on how to use their survival kit and just how to live off of little. People should also include links to whole web sites dedicated to survival, my personal favorite is: <a rel="nofollow" href=""></a> It is a very good site and has taught me much<br/>

    read the book hatchet by gary paulson

    although brianswinter is better


    *chuckle* i don't think so. Almost all of the stuff that happens to him is 100% percent luck. Like the turtle eggs or the large blocks of flint right next to his shelter. Or the fact that the berries he ate DIDN'T kill him. And in Brian's winter, The fact that the Flint broke off into perfect arrow head shapes is NEVER going to happpen. But they are an enjoyable read.

    right, but he would have survived had he not been so lucky ( not the winter though)

    dont forget superglue......if you mix it with the cotton it will set on fire within a few minutes and LAST a few minutes