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Build Your Own Pocket Survival Kit as David & Dr. Joe go Toe to Toe to See Who Has the Ultimate, DIY, Pocket Survival Kit. Learn exactly what you need in YOUR pocket survival kit to be prepared for an emergency, disaster or survival situation.
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DAVID’S SURVIVAL KIT:
Trash Bag – Scavenge Home
Stainless Steel Pen
Pocket New Testament
Zip / Cable Ties – 8 inches
6″x4″ Plastic Milk Jug Side – Cut from Milk Jug
Victorinox Swiss Card – Credit Card Sized Multi-Purpose Tool
Pro Knot Cards
Duct Tape – 20′ Rolled Small
Bear Grylls Micro Torch / Flashlight
SOG Knife Sharpener / Firestarter
Swiss Army Knife
Pencil – Collect at Home
Note Card – Collect at Home
Bear Grylls Priorities of Survival Pocket Guide – Free with any Gerber Bear Grylls Gear Purchase
Bar of Soap – Save from Hotel on Your Next Stay
Water Purification Tablets
Self Standing 1 Liter Bag
Coffee Filter – Scavenge from Home
Magnesium Fire Starter
Tinder Quick (Cotton Balls with a Dab of Petroleum Jelly will Do)
Matches and Striker
12″ x 12″ Aluminum Foil Square – Scavenge from Home
FIRST AID – This kit has about everything you need. Buying individual items is TOO expensive
Alcohol Prep Pads
Wash n Dri Packs
Medical Tape – Small Roll
Tweezers – Scavenge from Home
Safety Pins – Scavenge from Home
Quart Size Freezer Bags – Scavenge from Home
Small Zip Seal Bags – Scavenge from Home
LAST but not least…
Silica Gel Pack – I save the ones that come with new products but you can purchase them also…
Silica Gel is a desiccant – and absorbs moisture from condensation and changes in humidity, so it will keep things bone dry in a small sealed container – like a quart sized zip lock bag.
JOE’S SURVIVAL KIT
Orange Flagging Tape
Black Electrical Tape
Water Purification Straw
Magnesium Fire Starter
Wax Firestarter Rods
Extra Fine Steel Wool
Survival Whistle, Compass, Cordage and “Aspirin” Container
Survival Cards – Lee Nading – OUT of PRINT – BIG Bummer!!!!
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Homes can get flooded for a variety of different reasons: natural disaster, broken water pipes, snow melt, and many more. Regardless of how the water got there, it is absolutely essential to get it out as soon as possible. Here are some tips that will help you handle a home flooding emergency with a minimal amount of damage.What First Aid Courses Do You Need to Prepare For an Emergency?
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No matter how much you prepare, be that it may be a long or short road trip, you can never predict the external influences that may cause trouble. Wherever the road takes you, it should be standard to take a survival kit. Although your survival kits should be tailored for the specific environment you are heading towards, all emergency kits should address the following basic needs.Being Scared is Different From Living in Fear
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If you live in an area that that gets lots of snow you should be prepared for it before winter sets in. There is no excuse why you cannot have some level of preparation regardless of your income level.Why Do You Want to Use a Cell Phone in an Emergency?
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As you are putting together your survival equipment for your home, car or bag; try not to add stuff that you are sure will not be used but you would like it anyway. These kind of items are using up valuable space for more important stuff and will add unnecessary weight.