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Step 1: The Fire
Fire is one of the most important parts of survival.
I have included:
Matches in a water proof container (Walmart)
Magnesium fire starter
Lint and cotton in a waterproof container
Step 2: Cordage and Tape
This is the part that help stick thing together and ties them.
Paracord- 50 ft
Duct tape wrapped around a pen
Step 3: First Aid
This section of the kit protects cuts and helps wounds.
Anti itch cream
Floss and toothpick
Step 4: Knives and Hunting
I have included back up knives other than the one that's always on me. Also a sling shot. (A+ slingshots) I use steel and lead ammo.
Mini fishing kit. Plus snare wire.
Step 5: Sewing
Patches up clothes. Ties. And it closes things together.
Step 6: Lights
This can help at night time to see and can come in use as a signal device.
Flashlight with extra batteries
A laser pointer with light
Step 7: Storage, Warmth,and Shelter
These things can help keep warm and take shelter when needed.
3 gallon ziplock baggy
Heavy duty garbage bag
Small ziplock bags
Step 8: Signal and Navigation
This helps attract attention to others and helps find your way to locations.
2 compasses (always have a few since people doubt their compass)
2 signal mirrors
Step 9: Water
Water is the most important because without it there is no way to survive.
Water purification tablets
Can to boil water
32 fl oz water bottle
Step 10: Extra
These are things I would keep just to make things easier.
Step 11: Survive!
I hope this kit will help a bit more if you are stuck in a situation and easier in the outdoors.
Hope you enjoy and be safe.