Boy… I love Slav Day.
A DIY plastic spoon.
I’m sure she just has a thyroid problem.
Apparently my queues weren’t set correctly, so there’s been some inactivity over the weekend. Won’t happen again.
Enjoy this classic gear.
Use this article as a reference for an effective BOB http://uscrow.org/2012/12/10/bob-bug-out-bag-second-edition/
Good night my friends, today I’ll share with you my survival bag and the gear inside, I carry this on my car and basically every day, I didn’t add my S&W 1911 .45 ACP cause is downstairs on the safetybox and I’m too lazy to leave my room right now, besides is very cold outside my room.
Here’s the list, new ideas for gear are more than wellcome!!! :)
* Truper Hatchet
* 60 ft. of 5mm rope (is supposed to be stronger than 550 paracord)
* Nano Torch as a keychain
* Small candy can with fishing line, hooks and weights
* Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Knife
* Waterproof match container with survival mirror, compass and whistle
* 2 glow sticks
* Gerber Multitool
* 2 Bic lighters
* Victorinox folding knife and Victorinox scout knife
* Carabiner compass with magnifing glass and clock
* Paracord Bracelet
* Cammo Bandana (This one I keep it from my old days on the army)
* Small sealed container with gasoline (for easily start a fire)
* Eaton Carabiner emergency radio with torch, solar panel, phone charger and bottle opener
* Small survival knife as a backup with firesteel
* Aluminum canteen (you can boil water and cook with this one since you can separate one half of it)
* Emergency blanket and emergency poncho (very cheap ones $2 dollar each)
* Maglite flashlight with extra bateries
* Stormproof matches on a sealed small container
* Old vitamins can for a field repair can, duct tape rolled on it, plastic security belts and epoxi glue inside of it plus needles and thin cord
* Firesteel and a bic lighter with snarewire rolled on it
* Colhgan’s headtorch
* Wenger folding knife
* High Sierra expandable backpack with hydrataton space and bladder (this one is hard to find)
* Waterproof notebook with sharpie pen
* Rain Poncho
* Dust mask and tactical sunglasses
* Waterproof bags with a couple of small carabiners
* Timex watch with compass and termometer
* Sony USB memory (8 gb)
* Ipod Nano
* Phone with MP3 and MP4 player w/ earphones
* First aid kid on an old car organizer
* Handcuff liberator ring (DIY)
* Hand sanitazer
Sorry for my bad grammar, I lose 3 toes in Iraq and I’m tired to use spellcheck, any ideas for EDC’s or survival gear are wellcome, regards.
Keep calm, everyone freaks
Something I might try when I buy my own house.