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X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelets | Set Of 2| The ULTIMATE Tactical Survival Gear| Flint Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass & Scraper/Knife| Best Wilderness Survival-Kit — Black(K)/Pink(K)


X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelets | Set Of two| The ULTIMATE Tactical Survival Gear| Flint Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass & Scraper/Knife| Best Wilderness Survival-Kit — Black(K)/Pink(K)
X-Plore Gear Emergency Paracord Bracelets | Set Of 2| The ULTIMATE Tactical Survival Gear| Flint Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass & Scraper/Knife| Best Wilderness Survival-Kit -- Black(K)/Pink(K)

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  1. MG50 says:

    Check out the Survival Russia channel. Lars (Dutch living in Russia) does a lot of cold weather videos, and he’s a big fan of Silky saws. Great saws, BUT realize they CUT ON THE PULL STROKE. If you try to cut on the push stroke like our carpenter’s saw, you will bend and break a Silky blade. Carry an extra blade! Light weight insurance.

  2. ADKMTNS says:

    First off, great video! No nonsense gear and advice. I would add two things. (1) Sawyer water filters are great. Lots of capacity and the ability to connect to a hydration tube as you demonstrate. However (especially for a winter BOB), once they are used one time, you cannot let them freeze. Once frozen and thawed, the membrane expands and allows the harmful bacteria through. Keep it close to your body heat. That pretty much goes for any filter of this type. (2) Always change your wool socks to a fresh dry pair before sleeping. Even though wool wicks away moisture and seems "dry" compared to cotton, sleeping in the same socks you moved around in all day will make you colder at night. Thanks.

  3. Artik Nanook says:

    Nice vid and Kit, but I have comment.I know that you don’t care, anyway, maybe it could be helpful for somes folks. First, here in my country, I will never put a nalgene full of snow near my body to transform it in water, my body core will go down and that’s not good. Here in QUébec, not far from your eastcoast, in winter, the camelback sucks, all the water in the tube froze. The marpat pant is a blend of cotton and polyester, better wear wool pant, or combine it with wool underwear. And finaly, the knife, probably a good knife, but you should wear gloves with it, cause the metal conduct the cold in your hand, = blisters. And here the gloves and the snow make the handle slidy. Its better to have a full cover knife handle and wearing thin gloves, Fallkniven, is a better choice for my type of winter also prefer stainless than carbon knife, cause the snow cause rust.
    Thanks for your vids, I really appreciate them.
    PS Sorry for my english, Im french canadian, and too lazy to use google translator

  4. chainsawplayin says:

    Balaclava.

  5. Patchwork Gardens says:

    nice kit. looks heavy, good on you for bringing calories because hauling that ples post holing is going to be more than a day at the gym

  6. spundj mc says:

    bala clava

  7. CristalClear says:

    Nice video and have enjoyed the Summer of 2017 series. Now some suggestions: Put the stuff in the Zebra pot in a stuff sack as to not loose anything while unpacking it. Not so sure about Silky Saws in below freezing temperature however have used a buck saw, like the Bacho style ones, in the northern parts of Sweden in the winter in like -30 — -35C with no problem. Regarding the knife. Add a brightly colored lanyard. It is easier to locate it if it is dropped in deep snow. Try to use that knife with large mittens/gloves on. You got two knifes in this kit right? Change the AA batteries out to lithium ones, they handle the cold better and should provide better running time. Agreed, fire is very important so add more means to start one like fire starting stuff whatever you’re used to. I hope you bring something more then BIC lighters like a 1/2 X 5" ferro rod with a large handled striker. Why? Try to start a fire with large gloves or mittens on and a BIC lighter when its really cold… Just saying. Wool mittens with water proof shells large enough space for gloves inside. If you can’t use your hands you’re done. Some like to add a thinner closed cell sleeping pad under their inflatable one for even better insulation. Just loved your pronunciation of "Sweden" 😉 Take care brother!

  8. mobius999 says:

    Someone else probably already said this but you’re a bit off on your measurements. 500 cubic inches is roughly a book bag or laptop bag (8 liters). Maybe 5000 cubic inches? A big backpacking bag is 4k-6k cubic inches.

  9. Blaidler187 hehe says:

    Never seen a hygiene kit in one of these include a toothbrush, toothpaste. Toss in the little ones you get on planes, couple of grams, no space at all. I know you can get by without for a couple of days without but who wants to?

  10. dragonrasp says:

    Every single bug out kit I see has a multi-tool, typically a Leatherman. I have owned many Leatherman multi-tools over the years as they are a common Christmas gift. The pliers on the highest quality multi-tool are still garbage, a person is better off with just a regular pair of sturdy pliers. Every other tool on the multi-tool is a garbage version of a piece of gear that is inferior to the better version that already is in peoples kits. The saw is garbage. The file is garbage. The entire Leatherman is just overpriced junk.
    Just take a real version of each tool on your multi-tool and leave that calorie wasting POS where it belongs. In the garbage.

  11. FUCKTHESYSTEM70 says:

    Just as I was gonna type solar crank you pulled it out I have the same one in camouflage works great

  12. John Wells says:

    you may want to have tp insted of wet whipes in whinter sumer is ok for wet whipes but wet whipes in cold not good if it is freezing your but may get chaped lol but i like the way you think and good packing for your place.

  13. SOUTHERN CROSS SURVIVAL says:

    Mate that’s a awesome setup, great video, great explanation on all your gear. Cheers Mick

  14. Ferris Costa says:

    "the big thick daddy" the quote of the year from 3 river daddies

  15. Sgt G says:

    Bala Clava (all one word)

  16. aussiearu says:

    Trunk size bag, cuts the fork to make it fit.

  17. Wyatt Wakeman says:

    Amazing vid. Great to hear a man who’s walked the walk before he talks the talk. My question: Which tent is that? A compact 4-person tent is my only missing piece of kit for me and the wife and 4 year old son. Thanks again, brother.

  18. chainsawplayin says:

    Sometimes it’s 62 degrees Fahrenheit (17 Celsius) home during the winter.
    Maybe that’s why I’m always too hot?

  19. Anthony Visconte says:

    With all the pouches i think its 7,000 cubic inches

  20. David Cann says:

    The Lofy SAS book off Amazon here in the UK I got new for about £5. I’ve also got a pocket book on food for free as well so hopefully every busy will be dinner 🙂

  21. Andre Polisciuk says:

    "Sveeden" haha great job in keeping the video humorous. Well done. Love the vid. Keep up the good work mate

  22. James Peterson says:

    Another great video. Thanks for taking the time. Good info and theory.

  23. Goodn Luckyone says:

    I lived through the Three Mile Island near meltdown in close proximity. I understand bugging out. But unless it is a disaster on the scale of a Chernobyl, bugging out is a terrible idea. I would be leaving behind firearms, ammo, food, tools, the ideal shelter (my home) local knowledge, a network of friends and family and most of the other things I have accumulated over the years in order to be prepared in the first place. I’ll stay and die fighting the looters, zombies, the foreign invaders or whatever else may come. Bugging out / I’m never coming home is an option for me only if the area becomes totally uninhabitable.

  24. Clay Chandler says:

    These packs stupidly. Expensive. Go with an Alice pack or on older hiking pack with a game all this extra shit to ad to it costly

  25. darronjknight says:

    Thanks, very useful information.
    I really appreciate your down to earth attitude, and lack of ‘ tactical ‘ kit.

  26. j unc says:

    80 liters and 500 cu inches are vastly different. 500 cubic inches is more like 8 liters

  27. Jas Holden says:

    Thanks for the vid. *smiles* Instead of a shovel, I use a Glock Field Knife with root saw on the back. The knife breaks up the ice and soil, my 2 qt cook pot shovels out the hole.

    https://www.amazon.com/Glock-KB17281-81-Field-Knife/dp/B000W32PIK/ref=sr_1_1?s=hunting-fishing&ie=UTF8&qid=1512154704&sr=1-1&keywords=glock+knife

    https://www.amazon.com/Open-Country-4368-0085-30-Non-Stick-Covered/dp/B0018MIZG0/ref=sr_1_24?ie=UTF8&qid=1512154600&sr=8-24&keywords=2+qt+aluminum+pot

  28. Ed Wo says:

    You may want to consider putting the free floating stuff that is in the pot in a bag so you don’t have a mess every time you need to use the pot.

  29. 3174 jordan says:

    one of the best vids on the tub

  30. Bloodmane1987 says:

    I always keep some honey in my packs. It doesn’t go bad soon, tasts delicious and gives some well needed energy. Also goes great with tea and can be used to clean wounds.

  31. Amra Survival says:

    Awesome load out

  32. SurvivaLust says:

    Great stuff now go take this in the snow and test it for 3 days come back and tell us what worked and what didnt.

  33. 14DFASniper says:

    This is a great document video. Quite similar to my setup and concept. You know what you are talking about and have excellent suggestions.

  34. HK-47 says:

    Statement: I’m glad I’m not the only one that tosses in some bouillon cubes into my cookset. When you’re doing a hard slog you lose valuable salts, so it’s important to carry more to replace them. I usually carry some small portioned wild rice and some dehydrated potatoes to serve as sides for any game I might bag, and adding a bouillon cube packs a lot of flavor. I also carry Real Salt (it’s from Utah) and have found I don’t need to use as much of that as I would iodized table salt and it’s probably healthier.

  35. RN Ranger says:

    What tent do you use? Just looking for ideas. Thanks

  36. Lee Loudon says:

    I have used the space in my cooking pot for other things too. But here’s an idea for you. You will need to use your pot on a regular basis and then you will need a place to put all the gear that’s in the pot. At least put a grocery bag inside the pot so you can put all that extra stuff in it when you are using the pot or put the stuff in a small dry bag and then put that in the pot so you can take it all out at once.

  37. michael Cariello says:

    What’s the weight on this puppy when all packed.

  38. Ric Eso says:

    Thank you!

  39. Leslie Kovacs says:

    I’m an Olde Skool Wool Guy for Wintertime, but it can be VERY expensive nowadays. But I have some old Wool Felt insoles that my Father-in-Law snagged when he was in 10th Mountain in Italy in WW2 and they’re still holding up! But I also picked up some Army Wool Glove Liners that I use around the Camp when I’m done for the day. Think Dry Kit. Looking forward to the next one.

  40. Craig A McHugh says:

    Hello Mate, loving the vids, but???????? I am a bit worried that you said putting snow in the Nalgene plastic bottle then putting it next to you to melt… ( I have had to pause the vid at this point ). Hypothermia, that’s what will happen. Please forgive me it you think I am being critical, but I wouldn’t suggest that to anyone.everything you have said on the videos you do is excellent, but this comment worried me. I will say again, I am not saying this to cause an argument. Keep up all the good vids as I am getting a lot of information from them. Craig. ( Isle of Man. )

  41. Tenfold_Noobsauce says:

    What are those vaccum sealed towels called? I cant find any good ones, would u be able to link it in Amazon?

  42. Carter Newcomb says:

    You don’t keep your sleeping bag compressed like that right? It’ll compress the insulation.

  43. JaredNoska says:

    how much does this kit weigh?

  44. Angelique Angel says:

    your gear looks awefully clean, except for the boots….

  45. Oreste Rijo says:

    try wz wipes small compact

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