Altoids Tin Survival Kit Most of this stuff I had lying around with exception to the compass, whistle, condom, and the 2x3 inch baggies. I figured I might as well throw a survival kit together. I will replace the one I carry with this one, it has all the same stuff plus a few added items, and takes up much less space in my pack.
Fishing kit: 5 various sized hooks, 5 various sized sinkers, 13 lb line, bait.
First Aid Packet: 2 Band Aids, 2 small band aids, 2 butterfly closures, triple antibiotic ointment.
3 matches and striker
the guts from 550 cord, it is about 3-4 feet
luminous tape square
X-acto blade #11
3 tinder quicks
needle and thread
20mm button compass
P38 can opener
2 padlock shims
SOL signal mirror
2 water purification tablets
Non Lubricated Condom (for carrying water)
3 safety pins
key chain flashlight
roll of duct tape
fire steel, and striker with serrated edge that can be used as a saw
While there are several companies with unique EDC storage solutions, the Skinth is definitely on my wish list. Available in various sizes and colors, it’s essentially customizable in every way. My favorites are the Juice Box, the Smartphone, and the Trail Blazer (pictured above). I also appreciate that it can be worn on a belt or clipped to the inside of a bag.
Customer testimonies acknowledge the high quality of the product, and the price–some items start as low as $12–is hard to beat.
Close-up of Shellback Tactical Banshee Plate Carrier with AR500 Curved Plates with Haley Strategic D3CR.
The D3 loadout: Glock 19 Gen 4 with custom holster mounted in GP pouch, Magpul Pmags, Glock 17 Mags with Taran Tactical Innovations +6 base pads, Winkler Knives II Combat Knife mounted to cumber bun, and Tactical Response VOK located in GP & Bungee Pouches.
If you have any questions, please feel free to ask away!