Archive for the Survival Kit Category

Preparation: Long Term Survival Supplies For Your Home

Posted in Fire, Food, Shelter, Survival, Survival Kit, Tools with tags , , , , , , , , on January 8, 2011 by jamesshrugged

PVC Survival Cache

Posted in Survival, Survival Kit, Tools with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on May 23, 2009 by jamesshrugged

Wasp Knife, injects CO2 into target

Posted in Bladed Weapons, Combat, Fighting, Survival, Survival Kit, Tools with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on July 26, 2008 by jamesshrugged

this knife can inject CO2 into a target. I can imagine that that would not do good things for any kind of creature xD. It takes regular CO2 like from a pellet gun. Pretty Awesome, even for almost 400$

What to carry in the woods

Posted in Fire, First Aid, Survival, Survival Kit, Tools, Water Procurement with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 29, 2008 by jamesshrugged


Posted in First Aid, Survival, Survival Kit with tags , , , , , , on February 24, 2008 by jamesshrugged


When you’re a long way from trained medical attention, you need a solution that works – fast! QuickClot Sport® is the professional grade answer to an incident that causes excessive bleeding. Similar to the QuickClot used by the US military, EMS, police and fire departments everywhere, it’s now available to you. Whether you choose the original QuickClot Sport formula, or the new QuickClot Sport Silver® with antimicrobial action, you can be certain that you are using the most widely used and effective hemostatic agent available. Simply remove the innovative sponge filled with QuickClot Sport, apply to the wound using pressure and within a short time the bleeding will stop.

At $9.99 this product is well worth it. It is a literal life saver in the case of severe bleeding.

Hurricane Survival Kit

Posted in Survival Kit with tags , , , , , , on February 10, 2008 by jamesshrugged


For hurricanes, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) recommends that the ‘disaster bag’ includes:[2]

  • a flashlight with spare batteries;
  • a battery operated portable radio (and spare batteries);
  • a battery operated NOAA weather radio (and spare batteries);
  • First aid kit and manual;
  • prescription medicines;
  • cash and a credit card;
  • a cell phone with a fully charged spare battery;
  • spare keys;
  • high energy non-perishable food;
  • one blanket or sleeping bag per person;
  • special items for infant, elderly or disabled family members;
  • change of clothing.

Also helpful:

  • Develop an understanding of food rationing.
  • Non-electric can opener
  • Essential medicines
  • Cash and credit cards
  • Raincoats, rubber boots (or waders).
  • underwear, toothbrush, toothpaste, comb/brush
  • Infants; diapers, premixed formula, medical and toiletry supplies, blankets, baby wipes, baby food
  • Young children: favourite toy, crayons and colouring books, books
  • Youths: music players, card games, snacks (i.e. peanut butter or hard candy), books
  • Elderly; nutritious drinks, sweater, coat and/or blanket, books


Earthquake Survival Kit

Posted in Survival Kit with tags , , , , , on February 10, 2008 by jamesshrugged


Below is list of commonly recommended items for an emergency earthquake kit:

  • Food to last at least three days
  • Water purification tablets/portable water filter
  • Heavy-duty gloves
  • A first-aid kit
  • A minimum of 100$ in cash
  • Family photos and descriptions (to aid emergency personnel in finding missing people)
  • A flashlight and portable (or solar-powered) radio
  • Extra batteries
  • Goggles and dust mask
  • A personal commode with sanitary bags


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