Basic survival kit

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Are you worried about losing yourself in the forest? This article shows you what to keep handy for a survival kit.

 

1 – Buy a lunch basket, a bag, a shoulder bag or a three-pocket backpack. You will use it to contain everything you need.

 

2 – find the essential:
Bottle of water
7 m at least light nylon rope
Bandage
Lighter
Matches
Small vase
Whistle
Swiss Army knife

 

3 – Then put the following objects together:

Space blanket
First aid kit
1 meter of aluminum (to cook, signal and collect water)
Magnifying glass
Cotton balls
Safety pins
Insect Repellent
Scotch tape
Flashing light or preferably a rechargeable crank light
Triangular bandages
Compass
Mirror
Gloves
Waterproof poncho
Pen
Small notebook

 

4 – Put everything in the bag. Place the objects in the best way.
Everything you think can be useful to survive and cook, such as a modular fishing rod or a small gun (if possible)

 

Tips
If you get lost, STOP. Stop, think, observe and plan. Use common sense.
Avoid wearing cotton. Cotton soaks in water and makes clothes unsuitable to prevent hypothermia. All you wear should be wool or polyester.
Perhaps the most important object that does not seem so obvious is the whistle. Blowing into a whistle consumes much less energy than shouting and can be done for longer periods of time, to increase the odds of being saved.
The insect repellent spray, sprayed on cotton, ignites the fire.

Warnings
Never intentionally lose yourself. Use common sense.
Do not play with fire.
Keep the kit away from children.

Things you will need
Space blanket
Bottle of water
First aid kit
1 meter of aluminum (for cooking)
Superglue tube
Flint
Lenses to light a fire
Disinfectant for water
Cotton balls
7 safety pins
Insect Repellent
Pen with ammonia
Scotch tape
Flashing
Sharpener
Bandage
Compass
Whistle
Signaling mirror
Poncho
Pen
Notebook
Bottle of water
Self-powered light and radio
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