Survival Kit: The perfect lightweight survival kit (Wilderness survival, survival skills)


This survival kit is a basic kit designed to be carried whenever you venture into the wild. It is lightweight and will help you start a fire build a shelter and find food. more info on survival kits can be found at www.peaksurvival.us

24 Comments on "Survival Kit: The perfect lightweight survival kit (Wilderness survival, survival skills)"

  1. oldsoldier29 | April 4, 2010 at 8:09 pm |

    Your kit is SHORT TERM ONLY-remember that folks. Knowledge is great, but anything you dont have to manufacture for real is good too. The only thing I do not carry is a wiresaw-I have used them, and was part of my EE kit in the military-they are junk. If you kink it, it will snap. Anything worth cutting with it can be broken anyway. Toss that, add a whistle & signal mirror. The ultimate goal is to get found….

  2. BulletProofNinja49 | April 4, 2010 at 9:00 pm |

    knowing how to do something properly is way more important than any gear my grandfather taught me all you need in the bush is a good sharp knife nothing more and if your in life or death other stuff helps if you know how to use it.. number 1 shelter number 2 water number 3 food other then that you dont need it..

  3. bushcraftourway | April 4, 2010 at 9:43 pm |

    yeah i agree, i HATE wire saws but as of now i dont have the faciclly to buy a poeck chainsaw, would love one tho…

    do you perhaps have one you dont use you might be willing to sell or trade? pm me plz

  4. naughtyfeline | April 4, 2010 at 9:51 pm |

    Can I take you as part of my survival kit? 🙂 *in love*

  5. bladeking2013 | April 4, 2010 at 10:01 pm |

    you can fine plane ferro rods on the internet for wayyyyyyyyyyyy cheaper than 15 dollars, i got one that was 6in long and just as thick as that one for like ten dollars

  6. Wire Saws suck they break easy. Save some extra money and buy a chain saw blade and make two handle loops out of para-cord for it much better.

  7. JustinBaker2567 | April 4, 2010 at 10:31 pm |

    cant go wrong with lots of extra water and extra food.

  8. SadlyDiscontinued | April 4, 2010 at 10:58 pm |

    The best thing to bring with you in case of emergency is a rich hiking partner who spent all the money on gear and carries the weight in their pack.

  9. zarnitintunzanyzack | April 4, 2010 at 11:29 pm |

    Yeah I have a question for everyone.

    So what is the best survival kits/items on the air plane?? if you cant carry your own survival kit on airplane what will you do if you are in some emergency moments?

    I suggest TSA friendly survival items can be Whistle , Signal Mirror , Fire steel and a good realiable flashlight something like Fenix ( AA batteries) and basic first aid kit including Burn gel ?? what you think? Can you give me some suggestion pls?

  10. aguswidjaja | April 4, 2010 at 11:48 pm |

    @kilowag Must be Canadian.

  11. bubtech815 | April 5, 2010 at 12:44 am |

    using that kit how do you suppose she would harvest a large animal? MOST survival situations with kit like this would have very little chance of killing something larger than an opossum…. so get real

  12. bubtech815 | April 5, 2010 at 1:36 am |

    until it is really cold and windy… you should always have 2 DIFFERENT methods of fire.

  13. klintonlee0711 | April 5, 2010 at 2:30 am |

    U GO GIRL !!

  14. meggytron1 | April 5, 2010 at 3:39 am |

    i have one all of my survival stuff is in it for wheni go hunting it has crakers and some food that will not rot and stuff like that i miet do a vid on what in my survival backpag so yep bye.

  15. seeker1028 | April 5, 2010 at 3:50 am |

    Good small kit covers the basics with the water purification tabs, fire starter, snare wire, matches w/striker, but the wire saw is not good they break too easily. Instead get some OB wire it is made to cut through bone and will cut through wood, it is very flexible and much stronger than the wire saw, you can get some OB wire from a large animal veterinarian. You also should include a plastic bag to carry water in otherwise your water tabs are useless.

  16. PeakSurvival | April 5, 2010 at 3:50 am |

    Canada

  17. klintonlee0711 | April 5, 2010 at 4:22 am |

    its a cute idea that a good looking girl is into this kinda stuff, but i would like to see her skin a large animal just to see if shes for real or not since shes all into this “survival” stuff, since she mentioned snares and everything else, either prove me wrong or back it up girly im really not picturing u field dressing a deer, but cool vid neways, and im just saying this because iv never seen a girly girl do something like that, would be interesting to see lol

  18. Your accent is unusual and I can’t quite place it. I first thought Northern Ireland but the cadence is not consistent and doesn’t fit.

  19. JimboJitsu | April 5, 2010 at 5:10 am |

    nicely done, thanks for sharing!

  20. borderraven | April 5, 2010 at 5:47 am |

    Good video. You can boil water and melt snow in the tin. However, survivalism is a constant study to maintain your confidence of survival. Practice, read, watch videos, build a kit, update your kit, and practice, study and learn more. You never want to find yourself in a survival situation, but you want to know you have prepared for it. Learn to recognize the signs of danger. Breathing is #1, warmth, dry, shelter, water, fire, signal, …

  21. VisionQuest2012 | April 5, 2010 at 6:26 am |

    The tin itself is a survival tool as a mirror.

  22. jwilson004athotmail | April 5, 2010 at 6:26 am |

    only re-populating you have ever done is with your hand in your momma’s basement

  23. tim3jones | April 5, 2010 at 7:07 am |

    Great info, Thanks for sharing 🙂

  24. Selica :Question,what type of personal sidearm do you carry while you are in the wilderness?Im going to have my wife watch your vids, because I think that once she does she will look at survival in a different light!! Great job by the way!!Stay Alert,Stay Alive,Stay Safe!!

Comments are closed.