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Video 3 – Things for your survival kit emergency bug out bag – film cases.wmv

These things are still pretty easy to come by, I was given a handful of them at Walgreens just for the asking, their photo department was only too happy to get rid of them. Other items that may come in handy: Durex Natural Feeling Dry Condoms, a Non-Lubricated Condom: Emergency Space Blanket: Nexcare Clear Waterproof Bandage: Nexcare Butterfly Closure Bandage: Diamond Strike Anywhere Kitchen Matches 250 Count: GI Large P-51 Can Opener: South Bend Sporting Goods PHA-1 Crappie And Pan Fish Hook Assortment: Berkley Trilene XL Filler Spools 330 YD: FireSteel Miniature: Coghlans Waterproof Matches, pk of 4 940BP: Uco Stormproof Matches: Learn Survival: 98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive: When All Hell Breaks Loose: Stuff You Need To Survive When Disaster Strikes: Ultimate Guide to Wilderness Living: Surviving with Nothing But Your Bare Hands and What You Find in the Woods: Learn Survival on Kindle: There are other great books out there by experts like: cody lundin dave canterbury and mykel hawke.

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4 Responses to “Video 3 – Things for your survival kit emergency bug out bag – film cases.wmv”

  1. favbookreview says:

    I have included links to the stuff I show in the video under the description above, links directly to Amazon, etc.

  2. favbookreview says:

    If you liked this video, you should check out my video on the importance of adding tinder to any survival kit, bug out bag, etc.

  3. favbookreview says:

    I have had a mix of waterproof and strike anywhere matches in one of these film cases for some time now, with the matches pressed in tight, and a petroleum jelly filled cotton ball on top, there is no rattle and they have not spilled out. I might have two dollars in the whole thing, but the ability to start a fire anywhere… priceless…

  4. favbookreview says:

    I had another thought for these film cases after posting the video: They aren’t much larger in diameter than shotgun shells. If a person was out bird hunting you could easily slip one or two of these into a gunbelt or rifle sling with elastic/webbing. People might snicker, but it could save your life.


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