Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Write & Bright Survival Kit Tip

You probably know how to use every item in your survival kit, but what if you are injured in an emergency?

Would family members know how much tincture of iodine to add to a quart of water to purify it? Would a friend know to scrape shavings from the magnesium block to start a fire? Being dehydrated, very cold or simply in a very stressful situation will make the human brain foggy. Anyone can become confused.

Some survival experts like Cody Lundin recommend putting bright duct tape on pieces in your survival kit. More visibility means less chance of getting lost or left behind when you move on. This habit also provides a place to write simple instructions using a permanent marker. Figure out the shortest way to write instructions anyone can understand and critical items in your emergency kit are instantly improved.

1 comment:

  1. Unique Outdoor Survival Skills

    Don't you find it ironic that even with all this scandalously expensive education, people today know so little?

    If they can't even fix their car, how are they supposed to handle a - let's say - long term food shortage?

    You can't possibly hope they'd know how to garden and produce their own food, save seeds for next year, and use leaves plowed under to fertilize the soil.

    Not to mention trapping, catching, skinning and cooking a rabbit...

    These may seem advanced outdoor survival skills now, but back in the days, they were merely called "Living".

    Watch this short video now and discover a set of unique and fantastic survival skills used and perfected by our ancestors.

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    Click here to watch video!

    Thanks again.