Monday, July 30, 2012

My Personal Survival Kit

This is my personal survival pocket kit. The reason I chose this kit is because I wanted to tell people my thought process and what I think makes a good kit. I’ve made kits out of Altoid’s cans and it wasn't what I was looking for. I also see people trying to pack all kinds of items in there personal kit. And let me tell you; you cant pack as much as we would like to in our kits. I have a 72 hour bag and I can't put enough in it. So I look at what I carry everday (EDC) like my redline flashlight (which is 220 lumens and strobe function), Gerber multi-tool and my 2 Kershaw tactical folders (that’s the reason I do not add cutting tools to my kit, because I carry them in my EDC). You also need to see what you have in your surroundings; like what you have in your car, boat, home etc... You don’t know what would be useful in your time of need like a tie tools, flares, blankets etc. So these things we neglect are the very things we can use in a survival situation. I carry these things on me at all times. 

  • Redline Flashlight (strobe function, 220 lumens, light magnification/magnifying glass)
  • 2 Kershaw Tactical Folders
  • Gerber Multi-Tool

Survival Kit      
  • Otterbox Container (Waterproof)
  • Signal Mirror
  • Photon Micro light
  • Snare Wire
  • Water purification Tabs
  • Light My Fire Firesteel
  • Bic Lighter
  • Ozark Trail Whistle w/ compass, magnifying glass, and thermometer
  • Strike anywhere Matches
  • Duct Tape
  • 550 Cord
  • Neosporin
  • Safety Pins
  • Band-Aids
  • Fishing kit (hooks/lines/sinkers)
  • Steel Wool
  • Aluminum Foil
  • 1 plastic MRE water bag

RedLine flashlights by Nebo Review

Hey Guys this is my review of an awesome tactical flashlight that I carry in my EDC. It cost around $20; which is a great price point for a bargain survivalist. Be sure to stay tuned to my channel for my reviews. Thanks