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  • DIY Survival Projects Part 1: Survival Tin

    This is the first article in a new series on do it yourself survival projects.



    This is my standard Altoids tin survival kit. These are great to throw in your pocket, keep in a bag, or your vehicle.
    Many of the contents came from stuff I already had. The rest can be found at sporting goods stores, Amazon, or the camping section at Wal-Mart.


    This kit contains a little bit of everything you'll need in a short term survival situation.

    Contents:
    1. Fishing kit (Hooks, sinkers, splitshot, 25yds of 8lb test line, snap swivels.
    2. Ferro rod with striker fire starter.
    3. Aqua-Tabs. For water purification.
    4. Minimalist folding knife.
    5. Band-Aids (various sizes)
    6. Chicken bouillon powder, salt, pepper.
    7. Paraffin wax/cotton balls (For fire starting)
    8. Small compass.
    9. Wire saw.
    10. Safety pins.
    11. Strike anywhere storm matches.
    12. Sewing kit.

    Pack the contents into the tin, then seal with waterproof tape. Wrap 550 cord around the tin.


    Thanks for reading, stay tuned for more projects.

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