Introduction: My Daily Survival Kit!
I decided to share with you my survival kit. I am a member of the Boy Scouts and I think it is good and helpful to have your own kit. I was constantly improving and extending my survival kit. I finally came to the conclusion, that I'll never get to the situation where i will risk my life so out of my survival kit became a "daily" survival kit with things I need "every day".
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Step 1: The Box!
If you want to have a good survival kit, you need to find reliable and safe box. I have chosen this waterproof food box.
Step 2: First Aid!
Isothermic foil - Special thermic-reflective foil works as a prevention of thermal loss during injuries, burns and states of shock. It is used mainly when giving first aid, to prevent the hypothermia of the injured person.
Analgesic - to relief from pain.
Injury card - if you get hurt and nobody is with you, this is for later identification for doctors.
Tampon - I use it to stop the bleeding nose.
Step 3: Communication!
Step 4: Useful Equipment!
Step 5: Hygienic Supplies!
Step 6: Light Mi Fire!
Gunpowder - you can use gunpowder to light a fire or for cauterization of some wound.
Step 7: Food!
Instant drik - you can drink it hot or cold.
Aluminium foil - you can cook in it.
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