Compact Survival Kit

Introduction: Compact Survival Kit

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Step 1:

Step 2: Survival Kit in a Barrel of Monkeys Container

Here is a list:

-Knife (To cut stuff)
-Snare Wire ( To get food)
-Lip Balm (Your lips really suffer in the woods)
-Bandages (For possible cuts and scrapes)
-Marking Tape (to signal and mark trails)
-Fire Steel (To light a fire)
-Cotton Balls (To light a fire)
-Wood Shavings (To light a fire)
-Rope (To tie stuff)
-Whistle (To signal rescuers)

Step 3:

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    6 Discussions

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    thehbird
    thehbird

    6 years ago

    Dude good thinking with monkeys in barrel try to include water proof matches and crayons (see crayondal)

    One thing I would add to your kits is a large size orange garbage bag. They take up very little space but can be used for many things. They can be a rain coat,ground sheet,rain fly, signal devise when lost,rain catch,water bag ... the list goes on & on. Good job though !!

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    beaverboy911
    beaverboy911

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Yea when i go into the bush for awhile my lips get chapped. It might just be me, but it wont take up alot of space other:)

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    Crazy truth
    Crazy truth

    6 years ago

    You should do something other than survival kits, they are useful but not needed alot