Basic Wilderness Survival Kit And Contents

PLEASE READ: Shown are the various items essential to last ditch outdoor survival. Description and uses of items. I’ve been getting some comments about adding more firelighting gear. What I have in this kit is more than enough. Many people go out with much less. There are many primitive ways of lighting fires that I can use. Please Do Not Add Suggestions For Items I Already Keep In this Kit. I have Made And, Used Many Kits, And Combinations To Make This One. Unlike Many Of The Other Kits On YT …

25 Comments on "Basic Wilderness Survival Kit And Contents"

  1. matches = bad news

    buy a Bic lighter they last a long time
    they come with a fire steel built in
    dry out in 30 seconds
    they come in mini sizes (if you like that)
    they come in bright colors
    open flame beats a spark any day
    best $1.29 you can add to your kit

    nice vid 5*

  2. rhinomaster08 | November 4, 2009 at 8:39 pm |

    it seems like tin foil wouldnt make a very good cup or pot… it isnt very strong, you may want to consider taking along a military style canteen with a metal cup, it makes a great cooking utensil. sorry i really just had to let you know that… just recommending… not suggesting hahaha

  3. Where’d you get the pouch.

  4. You’re too wrapped up into Halloween. You said haunting. You ment hunting mosquitos, right.

  5. Very nice , but i think you miss a good knife!!! the one that you have is for haunting mosquitos!!! nice kit!!! congratulation

  6. why would you need to swim? This doesn’t sound like a good idea to me in any survival situation.

  7. airsoftplya98 | November 4, 2009 at 11:04 pm |

    nice. thanks i am working on a new one for me and got lost, this video helped alote

  8. Try painting varnish on the matches to help waterproof them, and make them burn hotter, and longer.

  9. michaelvaughn131 | November 4, 2009 at 11:17 pm |

    Proteins can be converted to energy in the body. Good advise otherwise.

  10. condoms are better for getting water you can strongly hold 1.5 liters so a good way but it is a condom lol

  11. TheWaterlily2012 | November 4, 2009 at 11:46 pm |

    I’m going to need a much bigger bag. You guys sure can travel light.

  12. can’t argue with that. LOL

  13. to prevent it from rusting.
    not a bad idea if its going to be stored for a long period of time.

  14. what kind of bag is it?

  15. iSurvivalSkills | November 5, 2009 at 1:24 am |

    Great video, informative and very well thought out…Thank You!

  16. piercedsquid | November 5, 2009 at 1:57 am |

    Maybe, but you should probably be sure to avoid the lubricated, spermicidal rubbers. And how many brands offer something with no lube or spermicide?

  17. Put Vaseline or Petrolium jelly on a wire saw to prevent it from DRYING out…??

  18. spr00sem00se | November 5, 2009 at 3:18 am |

    good effort,
    im going to make one up over christmas, im going to include food because i suck at catching critters,
    but your kit is pretty good man ,

  19. mysticalcarter | November 5, 2009 at 3:58 am |

    nice job of the kit. made me take a second look to my own survival kit i’m putting together.

  20. Informative video…Good job!!!

  21. CrickTroutMaster | November 5, 2009 at 4:14 am |

    Add a BIC lighter. They are lighter then that match case, but start about a hundred times more fires, plus they take up less space. Good job though!

  22. bushcraftourway | November 5, 2009 at 4:39 am |

    condoms are better than zipties for water carying

  23. ElBenitos23 | November 5, 2009 at 5:18 am |

    Good size/weigt/use ratio. Its hard to keep stuff basic. u done well, U got Xp on this.

  24. Dmajorproductions | November 5, 2009 at 6:08 am |

    very nice, im going camping next week with some friends in pepper sauce canyon, and were seeing how well we survive, so im putting together a survival kit. youve given me some good ideas, thank you! keep up the work!

  25. BillyMskating4life | November 5, 2009 at 6:49 am |

    great video man, im in scouts and i go camping alot, so iv made one of these. only change i would make is using a thin guitar string as a snare instead of att thea wire. also does anyone know if a coiled guitar string would work as a saw??

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