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- Publication Date: January 13, 2013
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00B0WQE84
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If you've read this and you're wondering where to go next, my favorite text on survival kits is in Cody Lundin's "98.6 Degrees: The Art of Keeping Your Ass Alive."
The survival tin idea has merit--but using one as a mini mess kit isn't a good idea. A large 'tin' will hold half a cup of liquid. If you want a cooking container and a survival kit, I recommend that you buy a cook pot that will hold at least a pint as your survival kit container--but then you can't stuff it into a pocket. Better--a large piece of heavy aluminum foil that you can shape into a container that will hold about a pint of water and that you can put a lid on.
I carried a survival kit in a BDU cargo pocket (leg) while on active duty in the US Army and had reason to use it once or twice--though it was because I was seperated from my gear in a situation that was less than life-threatening.
The purpose of the tin is to hold everything in one place. A plastic case will work as well, or a small nylon bag. It depends on your kit. Expect to be seperated from your survival tin if you are held captive by hostiles--and remember that the two most important parts of your survival kit are:
SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCE
we're talking some DARN GOOD PEOPLE in all theze style books . GOD said "watch and pray" , he didnt say "sit and wait" ... thats right ; PREPARE for the times . enjoy