Altoids Tin Type Mini Survival Kit
Having a few small resources that are difficult to reproduce in the wild can make a big difference in your ability to survive a wilderness survival situation. Take a look at the video below to see my mini survival kit. Mini survival kits are a personalized thing and you should certainly put items in your own mini survival kit that will be most useful to you based on your own skill set. I believe most of the items I put in my kit cover the basics of what can be covered in such a small kit, but that is certainly up for debate. Knowledge and attitude are by far the most important things to have in a survival situation, but having a few of these extra items like those in my mini survival kit can certainly help out as well.
Mini Survival Kit Contents List
Metal Altoids type tin
3 1/4″ x 5/16″ ferro rod
3″ section of hacksaw blade
CRKT Ritter RSK MK5 Knife
15 feet of snare wire
2 hanks of 7 feet each of 115 lbs test bank line
Small button compass
Zip lock bag
4 Zippo waxed cotton fire starters
1 Chicken bullion cube
2 Packets of antibiotic ointment cream
2 Two by two inch gauze pads
1 Knuckle bandage
1 Butterfly bandage
2 Regular band-aids
Click below to watch the video I made of the contents of this kit:
Click here to see another post I did on building a cheap personal survival kit from items commonly found at your local department store for under $50.00. http://www.realitysurvival.com/wal-mart-survival-kit/
What items not listed above would you recommend putting into a mini survival kit like this one?
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