Having a survival kit with you at all times could be the difference between life and death if find yourself in an emergency. We offer emergency products that let you Custom Survival Kit with a wide range of disaster supplies. This guide shows you a variety of the best survival kits and gear that are on instructables. This comprehensive first aid kit is packaged in a red plastic case that comes with detachable wall.. A survival kit is a package of basic tools and supplies prepared in advance as an aid to emergency. Being something of an organizational freak when it comes to keeping gear organized in kits I was happy to see the BisonGear Survival pouch on their website. Here's the deal, all of my gear that I carry is broken down into this 'kit' or that 'kit', I've got a shelter kit, a hydration kit, and a fire kit, those are the top three buckets. I've also had it mounted to my Lost River pack and it carried just fine in that configuration, seen below. We're coming up on the hunting seasons again and this will be carried again on all outings. In looking at the next image you'll see the zip lock bags, this is the pass through compartment I mentioned.
In the image below you'll notice the headlamp, this is a Petzl Tactikka XP model, super light weight and super functional. Another knife, this one has a lot of uses obviously but I've found it does a nice job during the gutting process and if I need to open the pelvis up because it does have the saw that works great.
Saw blade on the left, and you'd be surprised at how well the blade on the right works to unzip a deer, that safety end and the curve to the back help keep you from puncturing things you don't want to puncture. Also carry a small travel size bottle of hand sanitizer which beyond it's obvious intended use makes one heck of a fire starter if you're in a real jam, burns something fierce and for a long time.
That's pretty much it for the dressing kit, it's made up of things I've found useful over the years of taking assorted meat from the backwoods and onto my table.


Previous to setting up the BG pouch for a dressing kit I had built it our as a PSK (Personal Survival Kit) and it works for that too!
In that load-out there was enough gear and items to provide for an emergency overnight or two and not have anything else with me. Overall the versatility and construction of this little workhorse pouch have appealed to me enough to make it a staple in my stable of organizational freak products!
The Personal Survival Kit Tin Holder is our second generation Personal Survival Kit Holder. Therefore, this implies that to successfully live through these emergencies, have be prepared for anything happens.
I'd actually seen one of these when a friend of mine came up for a weekend of bow shooting.
Then there is a cook kit, a first aid kit, a tracking kit, and a field dressing kit when the seasons are in. Now these were designed to be used in conjunction with a BisonGear pack with the customized waist belt but there's no reason they couldn't be used to put it on a regular belt. From left to right the notebook, warrior wipes, ruler, cordage, zip ties, hand sanitizer, Petzl headlamp, fine work knife, and hunting license are all visible and I haven't used all of the slots in the organizer. There is also a leather strop and pretty much the only thing I've found I need to carry to get a edge back to hair poppin sharp. Incidentally, the yellow zip ties are easier than using a piece of string to tie off the exit end in order to pull it back through the pelvis after the cut. Some antimicrobial 'warrior wipes' a couple 3M steri-strip wound closures for any nicks or slices if I got careless while working. As an example there's water purification, fire kit, shelter in the form of a mylar sleeping bag, 2000 calories of rations, note pad, pen, small FAK, navigation, cordage, gear repair, duck tape, emergency whistle, bandanna, more cordage, hand sanitizer, and a five hour energy drink. I've been looking for a way to expand the capacity on my Bison Gear Outfitter pack, and this looks like just the thing. These are used for obvious reasons when dressing game, I also carry them in my tracking kit for handling bones or sorting scat to determine what something has been eating.


I use the zip locks to bring out the heart and liver separate from everything else, or in the case of small game like grouse or rabbits if I've dressed them in the field, I'll use the bags to ferry my bounty home. I've also got some cordage as seen to the left that I use when I've got a long drag and want to close the cavity back up to prevent debris from entering the chest and abdomen area.
There's a strap around the top of that basket and I just slipped the straps from the pouch behind it and snapped them shut. In a pinch they can also be used as a water vessel and will carry quite a bit before rupturing. I guess I should also state for the record that after discovering BisonGear I've become a bit of a maniac for their products. I had no problems with movement of accidental disconnecting, the snaps are heavy duty and I'd say highly unlikely to have them unsnap on their own.
The holes allow me to put one on a limb stub and hold the other with my finger thus keeping the strop flat and under tension in order to go through the stropping process. Normally I choose bumbag by the bag shop ltd for the travelling purpose and didn't remind about such helpful kits. There are good reasons for that though, not the least of which is they are designed for bowhunters and back country hunting types by bowhunters and back country hunting types. Generally, I packed them in my travel bag but after reading that I definitely search such bag pack in which I can manage all dressing kits. In other words people like me are at the design wheel and they come up with stuff that just plain works and is built out of materials I like in a bombproof fashion. Informative and interesting which we share with you so i think so it is very useful and knowledgeable.



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