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08-26-2020 10:56 AM
jole 101
My Choice.

1. Compass.
2. Rope.
3. Survival/<a href="">Throwing Knife</a>.
07-29-2020 01:59 AM
aubchadoh This may sound weird but I'm always bring paddle board carrier to carry some flat objects like foldable tents Bought mine for 90 dollars for sale last november and used it for 3 camping trips so far the tent is being dragged by the wind and is tight fitted on my roof.
06-04-2020 10:58 AM
CamouflageYVR Outdoor camping and hiking trips are filled with adventure and excitement. I remember my trip to Wahleach lake (Jones), Chilliwack with my partner. It was my first camping trip and I was careful enough to equip ourselves with all possible tools and essentials.

- Rain Jackets (The weather in Vancouver is unpredictable)
- Sleeping bags (Most important, as we don't know how the surface of the place will be)
- Tent (either a two-person tent or a cabin-style tent)
- Firestarter (you never know when it can get windy and chilly at night)
- First Aid Kit (Precautionary measure. You'll never know when you need it)
- Navigation tool (not absolutely necessary but if you're going to a far off place, it's better to get it.
- Fixed blade survival knife (Most important. It's better to have a 12" knife to cut through wood and hard surface while setting up a tent.)
- Water bottles (Stay hydrated)
- Flashlights or headlamp (Darkness)
- Toilet papers (Hard to find toilets in the camping sites)
- Plastic containers, disposable plates, and cups
- Lighter
- Trash bags
- Compass
- Good watch.

This should be enough to get you through the trip. It sure was enough for us.
05-22-2020 01:16 AM
keerthib I believe below stuff should be included to your survival kit

Shelter & Sleeping Bag
Health & First Aid
Survival Tools
Water Purification
Fire Starting
Signaling & Navigation
Cooking & Eating
Ready to eat foods
Lights & Lamp
Repair Tools & Equipment
04-30-2020 04:28 PM
Originally Posted by SHoNUFF View Post
water purifier and canteen
Length of rope/cord
2 Knifes (1 fixed/1 folder)
Matches and a Lighter
always carry my 22lr pistol with me and extra ammo.
change of clothing.
These are all the base items I carry, all else is added if needed
Real good list.
11-18-2019 08:04 AM
Biojonnydiesel Don't judge others by your own standards Scammer. Sacasim is the lowest form of wit.
11-18-2019 07:23 AM
Originally Posted by Biojonnydiesel View Post
So new spammer, what is at that fakebook link that would at all matter?
10-24-2017 01:27 PM
Originally Posted by Hammerstrike View Post
I was just curious if any of you could recommend a good folding stove..preferably light but still sturdy. Thanks
MSR Pocket Rocket. I've had mine for years ZERO issues. I think I paid $35 for it.
10-24-2017 01:23 PM
Specializedjon Day pack
3-days dehy. food
4 gal. water Nalgene / jug combo
3 ways to make fire
5" Gerber LMF Knife
50' 550 cord
Lifestraw water filter
socks, underwear, shirt (1 ea.)
Toilet paper
Wet wipes
Full brimmed hat
sling shot & ammo
backpacking stove and cannisters
signal mirror, whistle, First Aid

In my vehicle, always. Along with my firearm(s)
10-16-2017 10:04 AM
Idaho Survivalist
What's in your survival kit

With my bad knees and being 72, I don't venture into the wilderness much anymore. Instead I have built a campsite on my property and remember old times. But, if I drive into the back country. I am equipped. Also if I drive to the Washington coast and, knowing of the eventual earthquake in that area, and also knowing that to return home I would have to cross the Columbia River, I take a 96-hour pack filled as good as possible, along with my collapsible walking sticks. I find that most pack ingredients depend a lot on where one plans on going or being.

A trip to Washington would mean a raincoat and a full-sized 9 with an extra mag, while a road trip to Montan, for me, would mean taking the .41 mag for possible bears or cougars, plus a small carry 9 for wolves.

Last night on the weather channel, I again watched a segment called SOS-Survival. Here were the stories of people lost in the desert in Texas, a couple lost in the high desert near Palm Springs, a couple in Oregon stuck in the snow in their car. We on this site should be prepared with packed packs, but we may not always have that gear with us, which brings to mind the admonition of Nutnfancy on his site regarding a fanny pack with minimal necessities always on one's person. I need to work more on that, Everyone should go to that SOS site occasionally. There are some mighty dumb folks out there!
10-10-2017 11:56 AM
bdfg101 Thank you so much, Shawn, for the entries. Here is my gear/items
first aid kit
a good survival knife
07-16-2017 12:59 AM
TriskPatrick Slightly unconventional, I love to wear a paracord bracelet. The one by Last Man has some nifty little survival additions to it - Fish hooks, fire-starters etc.
05-03-2017 11:55 AM
PA Wilderness Skills
Originally Posted by willc453 View Post
I used 2 tarp holders to hold the twine to the tarp, though going to use clothes pins in the future.
I've used the black binder clips to attach the plastic when making a super shelter over my hammock.

You can also clip the space blanket and clear plastic together to keep the blanket in place. I've found the space blankets are really only effective when used in conjunction with a fire.
04-25-2017 10:15 PM
esther.diaz One of my basic survival tools that I usually bring with me are:
1. phone
2. water bottles
3. flashlights
4. pocket knife
5. first aid kit
7. compass
8. Tent
9. Sleeping bag
10. Clothes
01-20-2017 10:21 PM
---Rob--- I have an old military bread bag, I use it as a shoulder bag when backpacking for gear I like quick access too. Its also my GHB, and always in my car.

instant coffee pack, creamer pack, sugar pack- 1 serving
20' para cord
10 water purification tabs
metal water bottle. (if Im intentionally packing out overnight, I don't take this)
small 1st aid kit in ziplock snack bag
small silva compass
1 doan magnesium fire starter
Maglite solitaire with AAA lithium battery
3 spare batteries
15' trout line, 5 fish hooks 1 steal leader
toilet paper
1.5oz hand sanitizer
bic lighter
leatherman fuse
cash- $2 quarters, $10- Ones, $10- Fives, $60- in Twenties, $50- Fifty.
01-17-2017 08:41 PM
Illinois Crackpot 66 Ka-bar 7in., drop point buck 3.25in., folding saw, canteen and cup, water bladder, tarp 8 by 10, flannel blanket, high test bank line and jute twine, lighter matches ferro rod and road flare, custom first-aid kit to suit my needs, 1 change of clothes, 6 mre's, frog spear turtle lines and fishing stuff, sewing kit including a sewing awl. Bycicle tire innertube repair kit, cotton handkerchief's, compass and map, leak proof oil lamp(homemade), British military eating utensils, toilet paper, toothbrush, aluminum coffee pot(I like my coffee). I have more stuff, my bags are in a constant state of change.
12-25-2016 08:01 AM
Hiking, Camping and Wilderness Survival Items

yesterday i was winterizing my stocked backpack that is in my car trunk and, coincidentally per cpttuna's idea, i attached to it on outside a sturdy fanny pack that contains: ruger lcr 22lr revolver; 72 rounds 22lr contained in 2 speedstrips, 2 dime coin holders & chambered; bic lighter with 3" candle & 1oz bottle alcohol hand sterilizor in a ziploc baggie; gerber multitool; space blanket; aa flashlight; whistle. also attached to the backpack is a folding hiking stick and metal g.i. surplus canteen with metal cup that fits on the fanny pack strap. the fanny pack, with canteen, hiking stick and extra socks in jacket pockets, is my away-from-site, move-fast kit.

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12-02-2016 10:11 PM
cpttuna I like the idea of someone "back at the truck". 2 comments about being out in the wilderness: (1) if you don't have it, you can't s _ _ _ it. (2) if something happens: a horse throws you and you go down a cliff, your in a canoe and it turns over, your chased by a bear from your camp and in your haste take nothing with you, etc. I recommend at least a knife around your neck and the ability to make fire around your neck at all times when camping. Things can happen to separate you from your gear on a moments notice. please be aware of this.
11-24-2016 08:21 AM
Originally Posted by mayachupas View Post
Check this amazing pocket wallet knife. It simply turns from a credit card shaped device, and turns into a extremely sharp knife.

I purchased 2 of these for me and my wife for when we go camping, and it is the best thing i've ever purchased. It is extremely sharp and very durable.
But what is the advantage over other pocket knifes?
11-23-2016 12:12 PM
This is the most amazing tool ever made!

Check this amazing pocket wallet knife. It simply turns from a credit card shaped device, and turns into a extremely sharp knife.

I purchased 2 of these for me and my wife for when we go camping, and it is the best thing i've ever purchased. It is extremely sharp and very durable.

Trust me guys, you won't regret it.

Here is a link to purchase it!
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