I recently put together a small survival kit using common household items including a pill bottle. The contents of the kit cover many of the uses you may find yourself requiring in a survival…
Elvin A Millan
March 13, 2018 at 1:36 pm
Great idea… you can improve it in space by gluing the compass on the top of cap and wrapping the hooks on outside under line, and my want add a small zip lock bag to drink water and same aluminum foil on inside. I did one similar to yours without the mirror and clip. My bottle that I used was a bet longer I added the electrical tape on the side upper of bottle. Great tip.
But does it have lip gloss?
Adventures with Frodo
Don't use straight cottonball on a cut, but coat cb with Neosporin. Put a non lubricated condom in the kit to carry water. I could see using it for stuff you always forget. .
Nick H Deep 6 Leather Works
A crazy amount of items packed in that bottle 👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼
Very nice. Thanks for sharing.
I have also done this I still need to add things I didn't have such as the kevelar line and weather proof matches
A dip can survival kit
Make a Skoal can survival kit.
A pill bottle 😐
Pretty cool 😎. I’d probably trade the whistle toothpicks and mirror for some medicine but different strokes. I need to get those individual water purification tabs. Great video
Hi Ben where can you find the kevlar cordage
One thing I like about this vs the tins is you don’t have to unwind the line to open the kit.
Good Need at least 1 needle
svent t. røine
IT was pretty good. 👍
Where can I find that tiny button compass?
Mirror was a good idea.
I keep a sewing kit in a pill bottle in my edc
Wood Knock Survival
Awesome vid Ben!!
Pill bottles are great…. I use a couple for tender/fire kits.
Liberals are Icky
Where do u get those Match strikers?
INDIAN PREPPER 24*7
Good set up boss. little tip = You glue compass out side on top of the blue cap .so you don't have to take off all item's to use compass
I like these type of videos. Tired of flashlights and knives.
Awesome video (as usual) Ben! I have several of these bottles laying around and have made a couple of them into match safes. Never occurred to me to do a mini survival kit. Excellent idea! Great choice of contents also! Thanks!!
Great idea! Love it, thank you.
A small fire steel and a food produce bag in exchange for three of the matches. You still have emergency fire and a way to make water. Very nice Ben.
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