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Bug-Out Bag/72 Hour Kit for your Dog, Small and Toy Breeds
Planning ahead to pack your dog’s essentials is key to ensuring a safe trip for them. Pets can play an important part in reducing family stress and anxiety during an evacuation...
Advice for Bagging Yourself a Survival Kit
The first step to any bug-out bag is to figure (and there’s some dart-tossing here) what exactly you would want to have with you if you had to bug-out...
The Useful and Affordable Pocket Survival Kit
I have been reluctant to respond because everyone’s needs – or perceived needs – are different. But there is one thing most of us have in common and that is the need to have on our person a few essential items that will get us through a myriad of unpredictable circumstances.
The Ultimate Bug Out Kit
Most ready-made kits are all but useless containing minimal calories and a destitute number of tools for survival. That’s why I decided to create my own ultimate bug out bag...
Butch On Bug-Out Bags
Over the last year or so my personal bug-out bag (a bag designed to have just about everything you need to be self sufficient for 2-3 days) has undergone quite a transformation...
LA Police Gear for Survival Kit
Just want to make readers aware of another source of survival and tactical gear to add to their research lists when considering spending those hard won dollars towards survival preparation for the collapse.
Military/OGA Deployment Get Home Bag
In this knowledge base article and video, Survival Think Tank examines a possible overseas get home bag for military and Other Government Agency (OGA) civilians abroad. Most of those out there that follow the Survival Think Tank already understand the merits of putting together a get home bag.
Guidance on Building a Survival Kit
Kits, BOB's, EDC's, GOOD's, all these have relevance, but what to put in them. Here is a general guidance article that could help.
The Importance Of Being Prepared! Truck kit.
I always keep a kit in the truck ready for any event. I just happened to put my new avalanche shovel in the truck and it was a good thing that I was the one to come upon the stuck car...
Get Home Bag Lessons Learned
I’ve been seriously prepping for a decade and consider myself a prepared and competent guy. Y2K got me started, but the events of the past few years have kicked my preps into higher gear.
Travel Safety and Travel Safety Kits
Bug Out Bags, Get Home Bags and Pocket Survival Kits is often focused on Natural Disasters and other types of severe Crisis Situations.
Lightweight Bugout Bag
My first bugout bag was actually a large army box that I had acquired in my many years in the military.
Bear Grylls Survival Series Ultimate Kit
Gerber 31-000701 ultimate kit. A survival kit for hostile environments. Stick the ultimate kit in your backpack and hope you never have to use it. If you do, it has everything you will need to survive in even the toughest spots. This fifteen piece kit features a Gerber miniature multi-tool with needle nose pliers, wire cutters,and much more.
The Will to Act: Your Ultimate Bug-Out Kit
Get a backpack and get the best you can afford: it may very well be your lifesaver. But it has to perform, full. It cannot fail in rigorous or sudden use: It should be able to withstand dropping, dragging and hastened concealment.
Video: Emergency Survival Kit
An Inside Look at an Emergency Survival Kit
Mykel Hawke's Jungle Survival Kit
A video showing the contents of Mykel Hawke's Jungle Survival Kit
Survival Kits Part 6 of 6
In this next installment of our personal survival kit series I am going to cover something pretty important, first aid. When I say first aid I am referring to the skills as well as the kit. Going into the bush without some basic first aid skills is like jumping into a lake full of alligators after rubbing yourself down with chicken blood…not good.
Survival Kits Part 5 of 6
We have covered some of the major components in our personal survival kit series: the container, the knife/tool, fire and light. We still have more work to be completed in construction and in this installment we will cover some of the “other” various components that should be in anyone’s kit.
Survival Kits Part 4 of 6
Direct lighting or more correctly stated "directed lighting", is lighting that you use to cover a specific area. When walking for instance, directed lighting would be used to illuminate the path ahead and prevent a fall. Flashlights are a great example of directed lighting.
Survival Kits Part 3 of 6
When talking about fire specifically in a survival kit I recommend that you have at least two methods of creating it available to you. In addition to that I also recommend that you carry a lighter of some sort in your pocket at all times. I never leave the house without a Bic in my pocket.
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