Today we check out some inexpensive sardine can survival kits. First we check out the Coghlan’s Survival Kit in a Can, followed by the Whistle Creek Survival Kit in Sardine Can. After that, we’ll repack the two kits into a single improved kit. Enjoy!
Hello everyone! It’s Mr. MacGyver, and I am back to talk about the next few items I bought as i start building my Survival/Emergency/Camping kit. As my knowledge grows I want to share with you what I know so that you too can live a happy, safe and prepared life like we do. Enjoy the video and remember, don’t get caught without your tools!
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Can you really carry a survival kit in a hat? You can in a Wazoo Survival Cache Cap. And, you won;t look like a dork doing it. The cache caps are good looking, comfortable and have 6 hidden pockets to stash all sorts of gear. Pair one with a Wazoo Adventure Kit and you are ready for almost any emergency.
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Product review on the Camillus 3 day survival kit available at walmart for $35. I found the kit to be lacking in several areas including fire making supplies and a cutting tool. I was baffled that a knife company did not include a knife in their 3 day survival kit. The best thing about the kit is the bag.
I would not suggest relying on this kit without adding some supplies. I added some supplies to bring the kit up to a higher standard including a metal container, mora, ferro rod, ligher, duct tape, an additional space blanket, and a few other items. A nice small folded up piece of aluminum foil and a large contractors garbage bag can be added to round out the kit.
Bottom line, nice bag, crappy supplies.
Thanks for watching and I hope to see you in the woods!