Yet Another Survival Kit.

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Introduction: Yet Another Survival Kit.

this is My survival kit.

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Step 1: Materials

here is what i put in my kit:

Altoids Tin
Scotch Mounting Squares
Bandaids
Fishing Sinkers
Rubber Bands
A Paper Clip
A Golf Tee(has various uses)
A Mini Flashlight
A Credit Card( wrap tape and floss around it.)
Gauze
Fishing Line
Matches
Tin Foil
Scissors
Hooks
B-day Candle
Water Balloon
Anything Else You Can Come Up With.

Step 2: Now Go Use It.

Just find a way to pack everything in it.

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    10 Discussions

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    Mattakers
    Mattakers

    6 years ago

    Why mounting squares?

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    BudgetBugout
    BudgetBugout

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Hm.

    You might want to switch out some of your less useful items for a knife. Also, if your matches get wet you might want to have a backup plan for fire.

    For some ideas feel free to view my new Altoids Survival Tin instructable. :)

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    worldstrad
    worldstrad

    7 years ago on Introduction

    Mmmm... Dark chocolate Altoids? I've never seen those! What are the uses for the credit card? I can think of a good use in an urban survival kit, which would be scraping ice from your windshield when your scraper breaks, but your kit doesn't seem to be an urban one. Also, add some water purification tablets!

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    jimbo333
    jimbo333

    10 years ago on Introduction

    could you describe a few uses for the golf tee? also i keep a razor blade in mine, it is quite helpful.

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    autokymatic
    autokymatic

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Perfect for emergency business outings. Also great if you're nowhere near trees or wood furniture and vampires attack.

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    General D3
    General D3

    10 years ago on Step 1

    lol zoone i was thinking the same thing, but for water, a condom is better, as it holds more water.

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    sbrandow
    sbrandow

    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    NON-lubricated condom would be better. You don't want spermicide in your water, even before filtering and treatment.

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    zoone
    zoone

    10 years ago on Step 1

    how the hell did you fit all that in there

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    michoi
    michoi

    10 years ago on Step 1

    nice but you should always have 2 ways of making fire. and you realy need to put a knife in there.