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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Survival Kits

There are a ton of survival kits on the market. Barre Army Navy Store has a decent representation of those here: https://vtarmynavy.com/survival-kits

The question is how much is enough and how much is to much. What do you need to survive? Personally I would be worried initially about shelter heat and water. Food is important but gets heavy. Tell us what you need and why? and here are a list of a bunch of commercial survival kits:




Bear Grylls Basic Survival KitBear Grylls Basic Survival Kit -- Bear Grylls Basic Survival Kit Lifesaving in an emergency. The Basic Kit’s mantra is: Stay prepared. Stay alive. 8 Piece Kit Waterproof Bag Gerber® Mini-Paraframe™ Knife Emergency Whistle Fire Starter Waterproof Matches Snare Wire Emergency Cord Cotton Ball - Fire Tinder Lightweight, ripstop nylon bag with waterproof zipper Land to air rescue instructions Priorities of Survival - Pocket guide contains Bear’s survival essentials Sheath Dimensions: 4.5’’ x 5.0’’ Overall Weight: 4.2 oz.



Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival KitBear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit -- Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit Lifesaving is an emergency. Stay prepared, stay alive. A survival kit built for hostile environments. Stick the Ultimate Kit in your backpack and hope your never have to use it. If you do, it has everything you need to survive in even the toughest spots. 16 Piece Kit Gerber® Miniature Multi-tool Needle Nose Pliers Wire Cutters Fine Edge Knife Serrated Knife Phillips Screwdriver Small Flat Driver Medium Flat Driver Lanyard Ring Bottle Opener Tweezers Waterproof Bag Miniature Light Hand Saw Signaling Mirror Survival Blanket Fire Starter Waterproof matches Cotton Ball - Fire Tinder Snare Wire Emergency Cord Waxed Thread Fishing Kit Sewing kit Lanyard Whistle Lightweight, ripstop nylon bag with waterproof zipper Land to air rescue instructions Priorities of Survival - Pocket guide contains Bear’s survival essentials Sheath Dimensions: 4.5’’ x 5.0’’ Overall Weight: 4.2 oz.



Emergency Preparedness KitEmergency Preparedness Kit --  comes in a convenient carrying case. This 45 piece kit is perfect for home, office, school, auto or outdoors for any emergency from hurricane, earthquake or snow storm. US Coast Guard approved. 5 year shelf life. •First Aid: 10-bandages 3" x 3/4", 4-sterile dressings 2pk 4" x 4", 9-alcohol pads & antiseptic towelettes. •Food/Water: 3-1200 calorie food bar & 3 purified drinking water packets. •Survival Items: 1-thermal blanket 84" x 56", 1-flashlight w/2 "D" size batteries, 1-HELP flag, 1-poncho, 1-waterproof matches & 1-candle. •Size: 25 1/2" W x 23" L x 8" D.




Survival Kit #1Survival Kit #1 -- Survival Kit #1 The 80123 Survival Kit #1, comes in a 12oz water bottle. A very nice kit in the car, or to take on a trip. Contains 16 items, including: 1 6 in 1: Compass, Thermometer, Flashlight, Whistle, Magnifying Glass & Mirror 2 Candles 1 Sewing Kit 1 Snare Wire 2 Pop-up Towels (Wet & Expand) 10+ Matches, Wind & Waterproof 1 Flint with Stryker 1 Multifunction Knife 1 Fishing 1 Signal Mirror 2 Plastic Ties 1 Wire Saw 1 12 oz Water Bottle




Survival Kit in a Sardine CanSurvival Kit in a Sardine Can -- Survival Kit in a Sardine Can 25 survival items in a genuine air-tight, waterproof, crushproof sardine can... Go fish with the hook and line, find your way home with the compass, boil water in the can for your tea and sugar, use the first aid supplies to survive the wilderness. Even includes duct tape, matches, whistle, signal mirror, razor blade, fire starter cube, chewing gum, salt and a safety pin. Put one in your car, motorcycle, fishing vest, backpack, bike etc.



Yo-Yo Fishing ReelYo-Yo Fishing Reel -- Yo-Yo Fishing Reel Metal reel with 9 ft. of 60 lb test braided nylon line with strong stainless steel spring. Set the reel and "BANG" you've got the BIG ONE! Attach it to a dock or tree limb and leave them for hours or overnight. Also makes a great quick clothesline, snare, drop line, etc. Compact and lightweight. Perfect addition to your survival or camping pack.


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