These are instructions on how to make a survival tin. Me and my Cousin made one of these over the weekend and it was allot of fun gathering the supplies and putting the kit together. We hope you enjoy our home made survival tin and hopefully it will inspire you to make your own!
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Step 1: Step 1.
Start by finding yourself a nice looking, not to large (pocket sized) tin.
Step 2: Step 2.
Then you want to label the inside of the tin lid with what ever information about yourself as you like.
(optional). This is in case you are found unconscious and someone needs to get your details. For safety reasons. We have also added matches and a striker to the lid, to save space in the tin.
Step 3: Step 3.
The fun part!
Gathering the materials together...
This is a basic list of al the things you need for your basic survival tin.
1. Sterile pads, Band Aids, Plasters, Bandage roll.
2. Decent sharp knife.
3. Stanley blades x2.
6. Button compass.
7. Mini hacksaw blades.
8. Knife sharpener (optional)
9. Cotton wool soaked in petroleum jelly (Lasts a longer flame) (Tinder).
10. Snare wire. (Different gauges)
11. Roll of electrical tape ,and bandage tape.
12.Fishing equipment. e.g ... Hooks, Weights, Fishing line, Fishing spool, Small float.
13. Water filters.
14. Tooth picks.
15. Sewing equipment. e.g ... Needles, Various threads, Safety pins.
Step 4: Step 4.
Now that you have assembled all of your materials, theirs just the small trouble of fitting it all in, We cant tell you exactly how to do this so you are just going to have to sort it out, and figure which way works best for you!
Step 5: Step 5.
And now you are left with the final product.
Your own small (pocket sized) Survival tin.
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