The kit put together and wrapped up with tape, rubber bands, and a pencil.
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Step 1: Outside Pieces
Tape, rubber bands, and pencil. Also the kit.
Step 2: Inside Contents
Birds eye view of the top of the kit. All of the inner tools are visible.
Step 3: Fish Hook
Just a small fish hook that could be useful if you find some fishing line.
Step 4: Wire
Plastic or paper coated wire will do. You can use the paper to burn and the wire could be used for many things.
Step 5: Aluminum Foil
It is shiny so you could use it to signal. Many other uses for aluminum foil.
Step 6: Fire
8 strike on anything matches and 1 regular. Also a striker if the solid places you would strike the matches is wet.
Step 7: Bandage
4 normal sized bandages with cotton in the middle. The cotton could be used for tinder or healing small wounds. I folded the bandages up so they would fit better.
Step 8: Snare Wire
The wire I had earlier is almost useless compared to this. This is 10 feet of stainless snare wire. Great for making traps or even cooking if you needed to.
Step 9: All of the Contents
This is all of the contents laid out. If you want to replicate this kit, here is everything. I hope you make this kit or something like it.
Step 10: Bobby Pin
Forgot the bobby pin. Sorry, but this has many uses.