Camping,  Outdoors

Survival Tools

  • KB Hear

  • Whenever you’re planning on going outdoors for an extended period of time, it’s always good to have a practiced survival skill or two up your sleeve — you never know when you’re going to need it
  • here are a lot of different survival products on the market, but most of them are for convenience. The truth is, with some ingenuity and clever thinking, you can sustain yourself using little more than what nature provides. All you need to survive in some harsh conditions is some basic survival knowledge
  • There is so many things out there that you can survive on. You can find these in survival books, which tree to puncture a to get water from , what kind of berries can you eat there so many factors that you can use out there to survive. The reason we talk about surviving in the world and you never know what’s gonna happen. Here are a few things to put an a bag in your vehicle or backpack, things to have with you. Simple things doesn’t take up much room, but it may save your life
  • Tools. Multi-tool. Pocket knife. Pliers.
  • Illumination. Flashlight. Two sets of extra batteries. Emergency candles.
  • Water Purification Tablets.
  • Cordage and Tape. Duct tape. 200 feet of Paracord.
  • Fire-Starting Kit. Flint or magnesium Firestarter. Matches.
  • Metal Pot or Mugs.
  • Space Blanket.
  • Making a signal fire

    In a bad scenario, your a** might get lost deep in the woods or marooned on a deserted island. If you want to get help, smoke signals can be seen from  miles away. It’s an excellent way to call for help in a desperate situation.

  • Signal Mirror.
  • Fire Starter.
  • Water Purification System.
  • Knife.
  • Cordage.
  • Fishing Line and Hooks.
  • Flashlight or Headlamp.
  • Solar Blanket. Hypothermia can happen when it’s just 50°F outside and staying warm can be difficult if your clothing is wet or limited.

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