Canteen Survival Kit – SD Classic

Having ready access to drinking water is critical for survival – especially if you’re spending a lot of time exerting yourself physically. That’s why a good canteen is something every prepper should have.

In this video, Alan Kay demonstrates how a basic canteen can be upgraded to include some extra survival items with a little design ingenuity. Check out Alan’s canteen survival kit!



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