How to Build a Survival Tin
You will want to have items to meet your basic survival needs such as water, fire, shelter, food, and signaling. Your environment will dictate some of what you put in your kits depending on the available natural resources or the dangers you may face.
Always understand along with this kit you should have your basic EDC or Every Day Carry items such as a Knife, Flashlight, Cell phone, etc. These small kits are more so to back up your main survival gear as a redundancy. Lets say you were to loose your fire making device- you could then go into this survival tin to make fire. Another example would be your compass. A small compass will allow you general navigation but also could use to ensure your primary or larger compass is reading accurately. This is a more realistic approach.
3. Sewing Kit: Just grab a needle and thread from your home sewing kit. Wrap the thread around the needle and add a few safety pins
4. Photon Light
5. Small Compass
6. P-38 Can Opener
8. Tinder Tabs
9. Lighter and Matches
10. Water Purification Tablets
11. Fishing Kit
12. Folding Razor Saw
13. Signal Mirror
14. Snare Wire
15. Waterproof Paper and Pencil
16. Small Beeswax Candle
These items are just a representation of recommended items. Let us know what items you would add to your survival kit.
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