What Time Is It? Survival Time!




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Intro: What Time Is It? Survival Time!

Hello all  this is my  "Worst case scenario" Grab and go set-up.  
 3- .22lr firearms-  Mossburg 702 rifle , youth Cricket rifle, and Jennings P22 pistol
 2- air powered weapons- Beretta 1911 Co2 pistol, Crosman 66 Powermaster (Manual pump)
 1- 20lbs draw weight re curve bow
 10- Co2 Cartridges
 4- Fiberglass arrows
 800+ .22lr rounds
 1- 3000+ BBs
 1- 400+ pellets
 3- Knives- Fixed blade custom, swiss army, gerber multi tool
 1- Gerber Machete
20ft paracord
 48- AA batteries
 8- rechargeable AA batteries
 2- Flash lights
11- glow sticks
 2- laser pointers- Green, UV
 2- walkies
 1- crank power radio, lantern, siren, flashing beacon,Phone/gadget charger adapter
 2- wind proof lighters, fluid
 1- bic lighter
Dryer lint
2- tooth brushes
 Important documents
Metal water container (for boiling)
300+- Excederin
60 count vitamins
50yds dental floss
2-antihistamine sticks
2-Heat Packs
Assorted Band aids, gauze, alcohol wipes,
 Vials of  Magnesium shavings, flint, matches, activated charcoal, salt, solder

All items prepped and ready to go, note this is a 3 person kit me, the wife,and daughter. still need to get some MREs and some camel backs, after that bring on the disasters.



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    14 Discussions


    4 years ago on Introduction

    Do you or your family have some awful medical condition that requires you to have so much Excedrin? ...Or is there some survival secret I don't know about that uses Excedrin?

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    ....pain reliever, fever reducer, blood thinner,barter-able,reusable container, cotton filter and descant in every bottle.


    4 years ago on Introduction

    If you don't mind my asking, why the BB guns and the Jennings 22?
    I had 1 of the Model 66 pumps like yours, and it would barely kill rats with BBs from 20 feet. A slingshot or decent pellet rifle would be much more useful for getting small animals. You also should add a tarp for shelter at the very least, and Imodium for the possible ..... intestinal distress...of eatting/drinking something that doesn't agree with you. I would also recommend a pot for boiling water / preparing food, and a water filter of some sort (or purification tablets).

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    Reply 4 years ago on Introduction

    1.because the kit was made of what i had not what i wanted. 2. if your air rifle had trouble killing rats at 20 ft it may have been defective. 3 the jennings because there may come a time to shoot something larger at close range. 4 metal container for boiling mentioned in ible.

    Hi Lucky7x7. Awesome survival kit! Have you considered adding some miniflares for signaling? Also, you might like the Sterno pocket stove. Jus a few suggestions. :-)


    5 years ago on Introduction

    Dear Sir, good choice in weapons, however I am worried u won't have enough ammo of all types. 4 arrows? Why not a quiver? Cooking pots? Fork knife spoon? I know you have them in the house however you stated this is a grab and go kit. If you would like I would share my kit for my family of 3 in Virginia we have 4 seasons. Best of luck, I must comend you for at the very least getting a good start and a plan.

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    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    thanks and you are correct i am lacking in some areas, (1) arrows not a big concern can be made on the fly if needed maybe not as reliable but good enough.(2) quiver- great idea for next instructable! (3)cooking wear and utensils I'll get right on that. Thanks again! Would love to see your kit. also my kit just grew by a new Sig Sauer p250 9mm. Thanks Santa


    5 years ago on Introduction

    You have an awful lot of weapons in there. I'm all in favor of personal safety, and own firearms. Every person should carry in their kits what they feel best suits them, but I'm curious why so many weapons? I'd think you'd want to consider adding some shelter items and expanded first aid in a weight trade-off if needed. Please note, I'm not criticizing your choices, I've just not seen quite so many firearms in a single kit, and am not quite sure what your decision making process was to make that choice. Literally 1/3 of the items listed are either weapons or ammunition. Could you please explain your thought process for your choice?

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    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for the comment. first things first it is a three person kit so weigh distribution is not an issue. I also live in Florida, we have lots of plant species can be rigged into shelter several species of palm, elephant ears, lots of vines so shelter not a high priority to carry. As far as the first aid is concerned, yes i could have more items in this kit. There are more first aid kits through out the house for everyday use bathrooms, kitchen,garage so in a pinch i could grab those as well, make the child carry them. The weapons can also feed me many more times than there weight in food could.


    Reply 5 years ago on Introduction

    I'm in CA, so I really understand the shelter thing. We don't get a ton of rain, and the temp is rarely below 60, so even with no shelter we would be fine. People elsewhere really don't get that, since they have those 4 seasons and cold weather...LOL.

    It makes sense that you'd carry what you value most. I understand. I've never actually hunted before, and I don't think it's something that would be for me, but I sure have respect for people who can eat something that they looked in the eye. I guess my own views colored my question, since I don't hunt.