What's in Your Large Survival Tin?

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by Not Sure, Jul 15, 2020.

  1. Not Sure

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    I posted a Picture of my Tin in another Thread and was asked by @Bruno_GO to list the Contents.
    So... Why Not? I have two Esee Tin's for Wilderness Survival and Two Solkoa Tin's for urban Survival.
    One of each is a trainer, and one of each is "not a trainer". This allows me to test and run gear without
    stealing from the main one.
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    I was trying to swap out the Candiru for the Izula and made this slip sheath to make it work.
    Used a Milk Jug and Duct Tape, Rule #9, If it's stupid but it works, it ain't Stupid.
    This was a Picture of the trainer, so the list will be different.
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    Picture of my Not a Trainer........

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    The List.......Not in Detail, just hitting the high points.
    Esee Tin, The Mother Ship...........

    Fish Kit, Snare Wire, P-Butter for Bait or Chow, Bullion Cube's,Coffee. =Food.

    Heat Sheet, 2 Peep's version. =Shelter.

    All the cordage I can stuff, Para, Bank-line, Micro Cord, Dental Floss ect. =Arts and Crafts.

    Duct and Leuoko-P Tape, More Boo Boo stuff. =1st Aid

    Whistle, Signal Mirror, Paper and Space Pen R-fill, Flash Light. =Signal

    Water Tabs, Coffee Filters, 4 Whirl Pak Bags. =Hydration.

    Mini Bic, Hacksaw Blade, Ferro Rod, PJCB's, Char Cloth, Wax Paper, Matches. =Fire.

    Arrow Shaft with Sewing Kit stuffed inside. =Repair

    Mini Compass, Neodymium Magnet. =Navigation.

    SAK Farmer and Izula or Candiru. =More Arts and Crafts.

    Folding Glasses, Duct Tape, Lithium Battery, I.C.E. Card and some CASH! =Personal Gear.

    That hits the High points for this, keeping a packing list has helped me keep up to date on
    Gear that needs rotation, or needs to be Up-Gradded { With Two D's for a Double Dose }

    Family Picture.

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    Detail Shots.

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    I stuff a lot of my small items into sealed Straws, Fish Hooks, Char Cloth, Salt, ect.
    It really helped with the storage.
     
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  2. Strigidae

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    Excellent work! Thank you for sharing!!
     
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    Awesome. Thanks for sharing.
     
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    That’s a lotta stuff!
     
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