this is a kit i came up with after looking at many, many other pocket survival kits, so it's not all my idea.

Step 1: the medical kit

<p>Good indestructible. I am glad you included a whet stone in your kit. What good is a knife if you can't sharpen it when it is dull?</p>
Nice instrutable! I'm just not really sure about using the lid of a lead pellet tin to cook food in, but I guess you could always just use the altoids tin. Also, a camo bandana might not be the best choice in a survival situation, a red or orange one would be more suitable. Really nice kit though, very well made.
yeah, a bright bandana would be a good idea, I just didn't have one on hand. <br> Cooking in a lead pellet container probably isn't the greatest idea, but in a survival situation you probably won't mind. But yes using the altoids tin is a great idea.
That green thing is called a small arms case
ahh thank you thats what i thought it was, but I wasn't sure. I got it at my local army surplus store
I really like the case you used, large enough to build up a nice kit, but still small enough to store it in the car or backpack without it getting in the way. Good job!

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