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Survival Gear

Question: What Are The Top 10 Most Needed Survial Supplies?

Answer: 1. Water Storage. The human body can survive for up to a month without food and for many months on very meager rations

               2. Water Purification Kit. No matter how much water storage you have, there is a chance you will run out.

               3. First Aid Kit

               4. Survival Knife

               5. Handgun

               6. Backpack

               7. Ammunition

               8. Matches

               9. Duct Tape

             10. Freeze Dried Meals

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  • Heritage Survival Kit
    Heritage Survival Kit
    The Heritage Survival Kit includes the necessities to help survive an ...

    Regular Price: $19.95

    Special Price $17.95

  • ParaKnife FS 4.0
    Why Should I Include A ParaKnife In My Camping Gear?
    The ParaKnife FS 4.0 has a thick stainless steel blade with black-oxid...
  • ParaCuda FS
    ParaCuda FS
    The ParaCuda FS is an 11" straight blade with a rust-resistant black-o...

    Regular Price: $28.95

    Special Price $26.95

  • Light-Me Tinder
    Light-Me Tinder
    Light-Me Tinder pieces are perfect for starting fires in the outdoors ...
  • Heritage Pocket Cutlery
    Heritage Pocket Cutlery
    The Heritage Pocket Cutlery set features a 3 prong fork, knife, and bo...
  • Campfire Kit
    Campfire Kit
    The Campfire Kit features a collection of classic fire starting necess...

    Regular Price: $19.95

    Special Price $17.95

  • FlexWare Mug
    FlexWare Mug
    The collapsible FlexWare Mug is a convenient way to serve hot or cold ...
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    FlexWare Bowl 2.0
    The FlexWare Bowl 2.0 is easy to store and easy to use. See More Prod...
  • FlexWare Water Bottle
    FlexWare Water Bottle
    The FlexWare Water Bottle is easy to store and easy to use. See More ...

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Things To Consider When Choosing Survival Gear For Natural Disasters

While most people think of outdoor survival gear as something that is need for those who spend their time in nature, this is gear that will become invaluable if there is a natural disaster in the area. Those who have experienced these types of disasters understand the chaos that results from these disasters, and it is a situation in which no one wants to be involved in. Yet, those who are better prepared to handle these situations are going to be those who come out of the disaster with strength and determination.

  1. Select items that you will need, not items that you would like to have. Exercise a little judgment and a little self-control. If it’s just two of you, why select an 8 man tent?
  2. Don't select items that you already have unless these don't work well or are broken and needs to be replaced.
  3. First, make a list of the items you feel that you and your family will actually need and not just want.
  4. Second, bearing in mind you and your family’s own personal needs, go through the lists and identify items that will help meet you and your family's personal needs. Again, not "wants" but "needs".
  5. Keep in mind that quality is more important than price in selecting survival gear! In the middle of a disaster or crisis, you won't be able to run to the store to find a replacement for an item that breaks or doesn't work.

Being Prepared

Advanced preparation is the key to survival in an unexpected catastrophic weather event. A crucial step to this is choosing the right survival gear. Having a survival kit stored in a safe and accessible place is important during an emergency.

Some Items to include in a survival kit for you and each person in your family are:

  1. Food (food should be non-perishables)
  2. Bottled water also include a portable water filtration system
  3. Collapsible dishes, utensils, pots and pans
  4. Solar blankets
  5. Tarps & duct tape
  6. Ponchos
  7. A Radio
  8. Led Flashlights
  9. Matches and Fuel Free Lighter
  10. First aid kits including antibacterial creams
  11. Hand gun and ammunition
  12. Tools (axe, hammer, machete, wire saw, survival knife, rope
  13. Portable Solar Oven & A Portable Solar Kettle for heating water
  14. Solar Battery Pack for recharging cell phones
  15. Paper & pencils
  16. Clothing