Now that's a kit [eyes bugging out of head, jaw dropped and tongue laying on the ground, drool mess everywhere]. Great detail too. And looks like all quality gear so no let downs at the worst possible moment.
Uh ... does anyone have a match?
Just a suggestion. Go over to the forum on Urban Survival at this Web site. Find the recent thread about "urban survival kit". Go to page 10. Scroll down, and you'll find a long comment from me which starts with the line "Let me add something here".
You might want to give those comments some thought. There's nothing wrong at all with buying a survival kit. But many new people become frustrated when they find they can't use it as they had hoped. The alternate approach I laid out on the other thread might help you to focus your thoughts a bit more.
AMK Heatsheet AMK Heatsheet bivy bag (in colder climates or time of year) 1liter platypus bag Katadyn Micropur tablets Doan's magnesium firestarter Victorinox Swiss Army knife, Camper model 10 meters of real paracord small compass duct tape, about 10-15 feet signal mirror whistle
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