The Survival Stores large survival kit isn't your commonal graden survival tin with all those relatively sub standard bits of kit in it.
An ESEE AH1 Arrowhead - this not only makes a great small knife it is invaluable for hunting.
US GSA Compliant 550 Paracord - None of your Mickey Mouse nonsense this is the genuine gear straight from the USA and a real bonus for strong shelter making.
An Ultimate Survival Strike Force Firesteel - UST make some the best quality gear in the World and have proved to be tough and versatile. Care Plus Hand gel - Not only is this stuff great for hygene it is highly flammable making a great firelighting aid.
Waterproof Matchbox - Fill it with strike anywhere matches and you will have no trouble firelighting.
UST Starflash Signal Mirror - A heliograph is a piece of kit that is seriously under estimated. Fishing Kit - A top qaulity kit that contains all sorts of quality products from very realistic lures to weight & floats.
A Smiths Pocket Pal sharpener - Light and compact it is a great addition, a blunt knife is as useful as a chocolate teapot. A Silva Watchband Compass - Always useful but not really for navigation as the general rule it is better to stay put, but useful for mapping your surrounding area.
A Nextorch K1 Compact Flashlight - Small, well built and bright, everything you need from a torch. Description: This organized zippered disaster kit includes a variety of personal and emergency related items. Survivalist icons like Bear Grylls make due in the wilderness thanks to their experience, their wits, and plenty of equipment. Getting a good night's sleep is about more than selecting the right mattress - your sleep routine and environment make a huge impact as well. When you spend most of your time outdoors, there are few things more important than a good blade. We've seen some fancy knife handles in our day, but none more interesting than the ones you'll find on the ends of these Pearce Knives ($20-$75). When it comes to building a pocket kit for surviving in the wilderness, I try to make sure that I hit the big survival priorities. One thing that I like to keep in mind when building any kind of kit is what I call "Ragnar's Rule of 3s," which says to have three ways of accomplishing anything that's vitally important to your survival.
The knife and duct tape are ranger banded to the outside of the tin, everything else fits inside.
Fire is of course at the top of the list when it comes to must-have capabilities--warmth, boiling water, cooking food, protection, signalling, the list goes on. I've added two small rubber o-rings to the Bic to make sure that the fuel is not accidentally released in the kit. For tinder, I have several pieces of Tinder Quik, which lights easily, burns for several minutes, is mostly waterproof and can be crammed into nooks and crannies.


One thing to note - if you're planning on using a ferro rod, make sure that you have the propper tools to strike one! The tablets and SODIS provide two methods of purifying water, and a third would be boiling water, either with another container that I have with me, one that's found, or potentially processing small amounts at a time in the altoid tin--it holds about 4 ounces of water. Shelter is impossible to pack into an altoid tin, though disposal ponchos, contrator grade trash bags and space blankets are all good options if you step the kit up a bit in size. As mentioned, I'm looking to add a small, flat signal mirror - most of the ones I've seen are much too thick. 12 feet of 250lb-test line - I got a big spool at a military surplus place, haven't been able to find it online. This the real deal with relly useful bits of kit that you really will use in any survival situation. We will NOT simply change everything for low quality products it will simply allow us to substitute an item if it happens to be out of stock. You might not have what it takes to rough it like Bear, but the Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Pack ($950) might make you feel like giving it a shot.
The Joseph Bowen TAD Edition Micro Hatchet ($160) combines the small size of a knife with the tactical versatility of a hatchet into one useful cutting tool. Surprisingly affordable, these unique knives are made by a second-generation craftsman in the traditional manner of heating metal to high temperatures in a fire and then beating it with a hammer. The kit can be carried in a pocket and the lanyard clipped to a belt loop to provide some measure of security. I actually managed to jam a few extra pieces of Tinder Quik in for this shot--it's kind of like a game of Tetris, sometimes you do better then others. This kit has three methods of starting fire--a Mini Bic lighter, ferro rod and a 4x Fresnel lens. Don't just assume that your knife can do a good job of it - the Ritter RSK Mk5, in particular, is worthless for throwing sparks, at least in stock form. In other kits, like this one, I've used a small vial with repacked iodine tablets--you can pack 20-30 tablets pretty easily this way. Instead, I have roughly 12 feet of 250-lb cordage and about 7 feet of paracord in the lanyard to aid in shelter making. I may not be able to self rescue, which means surviving in place and hoping that help comes.
The kit includes 4 feet of duct tape (3 feet orange, 1 foot black gorilla tape, wrapped around an ESEE survival card), the previously mentioned cordage, 3 ranger bands, a heavy-duty sewing needle wrapped with kevlar thread, safety pins, a piece of hacksaw blade, a small carabiner, Swiss army knife tweezers and a BFE Labs UltraLight Kit knife. While the sheath is on the big size for the tiny Kit Knife, it fits perfectly ranger banded on the outside of the kit. I'm also going to make up a small laminated card with emergency information on it - name, blood type, contact info, etc.
I'll be showing you a kit with a more urban-survival theme in the near future, so stay tuned for that.
Wolf :) When you have need for a small, reclosable (and resizeable) vial for things like iodine tabs, salt, dry seasonings, etc.


We will always replace it with the equivilent value or better quality product and not trade it down. Includes: 1 - 2400 Calorie Emergency Survival Bar, 1 Flashlight with Imprint, 1 Emergency 2 Gallon Water Jug, 6 Emergency Survival Water USCG Approved, 1 Emergency Blanket, 1 Rain Poncho, 1 Light Stick, 1 Homeland Security Guide with Imprint, 1 Natural Disaster Guide with Imprint, 1 Emergency Whistle, 1 N95 OSHA Approved Respirator, and more. The pack comes with every Gerber Bear Gryils product in existence, placed skillfully in his Commando 60 survival pack. This non-wearable sleep tracker slides over your existing mattress, and uses advanced sensor technology to keep track of over 15 factors: from ambient temperature and noise to your deep sleep and heart rate throughout the night.
In spite of its small size, it doesn't shy away from a serious task, thanks to a chisel-ground CTS-HXP steel blade. The handles are made from all sorts of everyday objects, including horseshoes, bolts, rebar, railroad spikes, and even rasps, making them a nice mix of the old and new.
I'll walk you through the capabilities that I wanted my kit to have, and I why I've chosen specific gear to meet those needs. The Bic should work in all but the crappiest of conditions, so I've got the ferro rod in there for redundancy and backup.The Fresnel lens is in the kit because it takes up next to zero space and is multipurpose - potential for fire starting, but also magnifying for looking at slivers, etc.
While the WhirlPak takes up a bit more room than a condom, it's also a much more capable and functional container. This kit includes a small whistle, 3 feet of rescue orange duct tape and a Streamlight Nano light.
This method of carry allows for easy access to the knife, and also provides a mounting hole for the paracord lanyard. So if you've got what it takes to turn off Survival programming and actually take on an adventure of your own, this pack should equip you for just about anything, except maybe drinking your own urine.
It uses this information to adjust the temperature on each side of the bed, and wake you up in your light sleep with an integrated smart alarm. It includes a slip sheath designed to wear around your neck, making it as portable as it is stealthy. Make sure that you get a 4x or higher Fresnel lens--the 2x lenses are lousy for getting things burning. This particular kit did not have the room for a vial, and the Aquamira tablets are effective against crypto, given enough time, so I went with those. I should, at a minimum, also have a larger knife with me, but I include the Kit Knife for redundancy. All of this and more is controlled from your mobile phone, so you stay on top of your sleep and manage to get a good rest every night. For iodine tabs specifically, you need an amber vial - the iodine gets wrecked by sunlight.




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