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$20 Dollar Store Survival Kit – 7 Day Survival Challenge – The Build

20 Dollar Store Survival Items under $20 Total! Are there more than this? Sure. But that is the fun for A $20 Budget Survival Kit!

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28 replies on “$20 Dollar Store Survival Kit – 7 Day Survival Challenge – The Build”

How would you spend the Same $20 inside a Dollar Store for Survival Items? VOTE ON THIS CHALLENGE! Voting POLL IN MY COMMUNITY TAB!

You guys better start hitting the Like button up top, because i can't be the only one that wants to see this crap kit get used outdoors for 7 days!

Dollar stores do not carry water purification tablets or water filters or headlamps or lightweight nesting camp cookware so you really cannot depend upon a dollar store as the only source to outfit yourself with all the basic items you would carry in a lightweight survival/camping backpack. The dollar stores definitely would be an inexpensive source for bar soap, butane lighters, birthday candles (fire starting), lawn trash bags (rain poncho, tent, ground cloth), petroleum jelly, lip balm, sunblock, all sorts of high-energy no-cook food (trail bars, nuts, jerky, hard candy, tuna salad + crackers packs), cheap men's socks, cheap generic OTC painkillers and antihistamines, Gatorade drinks in the reusable sports bottle, small bottles of hand sanitizer gel, rolls of aluminum foil (for cooking in campfire coals), Sharpie markers and glow sticks/glow products for trail marking. They also carry small jars of freeze-dried coffee that you could re-pack in a Zip-Lock bag if you must have your morning brew.

Hey for the trash bag it could also be filled with leaves or some kind of insulation and used as a sleeping bag

I want to see these used in the wild! Question… What do you have attached to your necklace on the side by your neck?

As part of my lectures I ask the delegates to produce a survival kit without spending money with just what they can find at home. This gets people thinking of multi-use items. G'day from Sydney, Australia

I would like to see what you guys can do with it I love new ideas and the content thanks guys keep it up

Some advice on the cheap swiss army style knife. Sharpen it. They come as dull as a butter knife. I've kept one in my glove box for years as an emergency can opener. I also prefer the 6×4 blue tarp they sell. Less tearing in the wind.

Wonder if i am the only one hate ppl returning stuff not to the original place, but random location near by. 🤷🏻‍♀️

i would have gone for the orange paracord- easier to see if you drop say a lanyard, can use the outer case as a trail/signal marker on trees etc.

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