Survival Kit in a Tin-Urban Survival


Here’s my survival kit in a tin. Contents include a lighter, matches, ferro rod, button compass, alcohol wipes, bandages, fishing line, sinkers, hooks, jig, ear plugs that can be used as hearing protection or as floats/bobbers, tinfoil, orange marker tape, safety pins, can opener, razor blades, snare wire and duct tape. This is called EDC (every day carry) or a PSK (personal survival kit). They often compliment other gear like bobs (bug out bags) or butt packs. You can use any container, or none at all. These kits are endorsed by special forces such as the SAS, and is actually covered in the infamous SAS Survival Manual. As long as you’ve got the essentials on you at all times. It doesn’t take up much room, and you’ll be glad you ignored your friends jeers when there’s an emergency and you really could use that…