1. Multi-tool with belt sheet
This is one of the most important items in your kit. As accessories change, a good multi-tool can have players, wire cutters, wire strippers, multiple blades, cans / bottle openers, various screwdrivers, nut runners, scissors, tweezers, rulers, auvers and so on.
Although not very compact, a machete is lighter and serves more purpose than most hatchets. If your kit has a machete and a multi-tool, you won't need a hatchet or knife. The only function lost with this elimination is the hammer behind most hatchets, but in survival situations, the rod or rock will work just fine for most hammers needed.
The blades are made by a variety of metals and alloys, in different moods and thicknesses, in width, length, style and shapes. The handles are made of different types of materials of many different shapes and sizes. A good survival match will have a semi-flexible blade 18 inches or longer which is easy to sharpen, yet keep a good edge with moderate use. Most importantly, the handle is comfortable and must fit well in your hand. With a machete you can do anything that can be done with a large knife or hatchet. It can also be used to dig or price, or as a powerful weapon. Install and use a wrist lanyard when cutting raw or macheting.
৩. Parachute cord
The most common type of parachute cord is 550 pounds in length. It is much heavier than most use for survival. The diameter of this cord is 4 mm. It may not sound like it, but it adds to it. A small diameter cord with a tensile strength of 200 – 250 pounds is sufficiently large and half bulk. Shelters and useful camp furniture, clothing and gear repairs, or wooden bundles for beds, pulses, shoals or grasses, pull dead pulses from wooden plants, boot lacing, belts, traps and traps, "burglary" alarms, binding splints and secured The bandages are in place, the fire element is … in the list. Minimum 30 & # 39; Carry on
4. Double tape
Get the good heavy duty brand name roll. Use it to repair clothing, boots, tools and equipment, shelters, furnishings and accessories. Use it to relieve hot friction spots on the legs to prevent blisters and wrap them around the hands as temporary gloves. Pull a "rope" if needed, which is good for making snowshoes. It also makes a good mousetrap and fire-starter.
5. Dental Floss
A 200 worth of waxed dental floss can be invaluable. Important for maintaining good oral hygiene, it can serve other purposes such as repairing, sewing and sewing clothing, boots (or even skin), making tools and weapons, or using a fishing line.
DI. Small Demeter Wire
It can be galvanized, stainless steel or copper. The more flexible the better. Use it in the fire pit to repair gear items, make traps and traps, and suspend a pot, meat, and other food on top of the fire for cooking. Can be made with a grill or "toaster" wire.
P. plastic sheet
A Black 6 Mill Heavy Duty Sheet 6 & # 39; x8 & # 39; Or bigger. Use to protect gear and clothing from wind block, slim, shelter roof, rain-soaked, ground tarp, blanket or punch and rain, snow and dew. Use it to collect and store water, fix a solar. The black color takes the heat of creating sunlight which will help keep you warm and produce water faster than clear plastic when used as solar and in certain zones and conditions it can be more visible to rescuers.
৮. Mylar Survival (Space) Blanket
The reflective qualities of a space blanket are ideal for bringing your body heat back to you or for the heat of a campfire to be reflected toward you or at your shelter. There are many combinations and configurations used with plastic sheets that can be attached to provide shelter and / or bedding. A space blanket is at least as shiny as aluminum foil, which is good for signaling rescuers in sunny conditions.
9. Wax candles
Use for lighting, heating, cooking, lighting a fire or giving a signal at night. Molten wax can be used for waterproof leather boots and seats for thighs, knees and cotton pants. The "bug season" includes a citronella candle to keep insects away. If you run out of water and your mouth is dry, chewing a bunch of wax can produce saliva and help reduce the pain of hunger. Chewing helps blood circulate in your head, leading to a more alert brain, which is good for survival.
10. Heavy-duty ziplock bag
1 or 2 gallon-sized bags are ideal for packing clothing items, snacks, toiletries and other gear items. Use to collect and store water. Gallon-sized bags can be worn over your hat or over your head to keep your feet dry or your head dry. Sandwich bags work great for holding small items. Corrugated bags can be used to start a fire.
11. Heavy-duty paper towels
Paper towels are not only good for the clear everyday use we find for them, but other uses, such as: note paper and wound dressing, poly filtering from drinking water, and toilet paper.
12. Burning food
Fritos and Doritos snack chips are the best choice. While healthy foods are not available, it will still provide fuel and plenty of salt to your body that helps prevent muscle cramping. Fritos and Doritos are extremely flammable. Use 2 or 3 as a tender or light the whole single part bag for quick fire when wet.
When assembling your kit, think of other uses that can serve an item, or other items that can serve its purpose. Assemble your kit to suit your particular needs, but keep it simple and flowing with multi-purpose survival gear items and confidently face your next survival situation.