Survival Kit

Introduction: Survival Kit

My survival kit (sorry for being really crappy)

Step 1: The Kit

The kit itself features a lot of items not to last you 5 years on a deserted island, but maybe a couple of months in the woods.

Step 2: Enjoy :)

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    13 Comments

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    bent boo
    bent boo

    5 years ago

    you'r going to need a lot more than a red rider

    thanks for all the comments and suggestions guys!!!! i will make an upgraded survival kit soon

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    OTSURVIVAL
    OTSURVIVAL

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I like the comment DersStu left about a sling shot, if set up right you can also shoot arrows with a sling shot. Also it looks like you have a snake bite kit, don't use those cheap versions they can actually push venom deeper into tissue. If you carry a snake bite kit get a Sawyer Products B4 Extractor.

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    farmerbob
    farmerbob

    6 years ago on Introduction

    i think your survival kit looks great but I think if your trying to last longer in the wood u may want to upgrade to the pumpmaster760 its an 12 pump pellet/bb gun and its about the same size of the daisy buck bb gun and may want to put and first aid kit in your pack but I like what you was doing there

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    DerStu
    DerStu

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I think if you switched out the BB gun for a good slingshot your kit would be more compact and you would have more options in what you can go after for game

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    Noble_Knight
    Noble_Knight

    Reply 6 years ago

    A slingshot needs more practice though. If one had skill at shooting a slingshot it would be better than the peashooter of a daisy, also known as a buck. This model only shoots BBs. A pellet gun or a slingshot would be far better.

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    DerStu
    DerStu

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    true enough, but you should practice with the items in the kit until they are second nature to you, also with some simple modifications a slingshot can be made to fire arrows as well as everything else

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    Noble_Knight
    Noble_Knight

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    true the arrows aren't very indispensable though. Carrying around a bunch of arrows doesn't sound too ideal. I guess it depends on the game in the area and one's preference. I know that there are pellets and pellet guns meant for larger animals.

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    steampunkpotato
    steampunkpotato

    6 years ago

    you could take the small bb gun and put it in a pack. then you could pack more.

    Looks like it will serve you very well, however I personal hope you never need it. Thanks for sharing!

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    kode1303
    kode1303

    6 years ago

    I think I see a Daisy BB gun. Handy if you're after roaches or smaller ;-)
    No, seriously - it is rewarding to put a kit together and this looks like a good first one.

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    mjankowski2
    mjankowski2

    6 years ago

    What does your survival kit include? Put a list for those interested!