This is my survival kit i have a little zip up bag it is 24 cm or 9 1/2 inches long 14 cm or 5 1/2 inches wide 50 cm or 2 inches thick.
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Step 1: In Side
This is the bag open it has two compartments the thermal shock blanket is not in a compartment. having 2 compartment is better than a signal
Step 2: Thermal Shock Blanket
The thermal shock blanket is 185 x130 cm it reflect up to 80% of body heat. it is used for keeping warm.
Step 3: Whistle
The whistle i got from a life jacket it can signal for help
Step 4: Sock
A sock used for a broken arm or leg you put sticks in between the sock and your arm or leg.
Step 5: Rope
this rope is 5 m long it is smaller because i pulled a signal strand and pull it to a mushed up rope used for shelter traps and keeping food of the ground.
Step 6: Net
this net can be used for carrying items, food, traps, and fishing.
Step 7: Needle and Thread
a needle and thread can be used for fixing clothes.
Step 8: Nail Clippers
nail clippers are very useful with splinters and nail.
Step 9: Multi Tool
a multi tool not a mini it has a knife, flat head screwdriver,small knife, saw, can opener, filerps head screwdriver, nail file.
Step 10: Medicine
medicine: band aid, filters
Step 11: Flint, Rain Coat, Duck Tap, Aerogard and Mirror
flint: starting a fire
rain coat: keeping dry
duck tap: it is duck tap be creative
aerogard: keeps bugs off you
mirror: signaling plans people and boats
Step 12: Knife
knife is good for traps, animals and shelter it folds and has a case
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