Big Forest Survival Kit

My Big Forest Survival Kit. This is what i carry in the big forest up at the Homestead when i leave Camp. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Moscowprepper/1406284822976324
Video: http://youtu.be/TXV40qa3xKg
Balticbushcraft: https://www.youtube.com/user/balticbushcraft

Categories: Survival Gear

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  1. Tomas Malmros
    Tomas Malmros 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Tack för svaret. Jag tar en fundering. vill ha ngt av canvas som tål gnistor mm från eld. glad midsommar

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  2. Tomas Malmros
    Tomas Malmros 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Hej Lars. jag har en fråga? har en smal budget och jag undrar vad du kan rekommendera. ett polskt laavu tält eller 2 plash palatka? tomas

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  3. Old, bald fat man
    Old, bald fat man 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Thanks for the video as I'm interested how people do things other than those in the U.S. Just watched your snow bunker video and now this one. Will be looking/watching for more. I also liked where you just boiled your water….there was no pulling out a water filtering system like so many seem they believe they have to have.  After watching what you have for fishing tackle, may rethink mine. I have 2 spools of fishing line (8 & 50 pound test) along with A LOT of hooks, swivels, etc. that are in a small (4"x6") double sided plastic box. For emergency cooking, I use a Stanley cup and a metal cup with handles. Stuffed the Stanley cup with instant noodle soup, matches, etc. Along with other stuff, it all fits in what's called a Molle II sustainment pouch. A little bulky, but you can strap it to your belt.

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  4. Darrin Hunt
    Darrin Hunt 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Good English and Great advice on survival. Really enjoyed your video.

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  5. NewHampshire Bound
    NewHampshire Bound 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    I agree on the food. People seem to think that just because we can go without for a while that it's not a big deal. What would you do for cover in a scenario where you would use your kit? Recreating a shelter takes a lot of energy.

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  6. MrSIXGUNZ
    MrSIXGUNZ 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    always enjoy you're video's!! thanks much for the time you spend for us !!

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  7. Outdoorslayer 90
    Outdoorslayer 90 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    The one thing I truly love about your channel is that you actually get out there and do work ! you show different techniques and skills , you get dirty and aren't just in your " Back Yard". how you train is how you perform ! great work Lars keep it up man .

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  8. Jens Bendtsen
    Jens Bendtsen 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Det er nogle gode vidioer du laver kan rigtig godt li det .Er også lidt vildt at støde på en dansk mand som bor i Rusland og laver YouTube.Er det OK hvis jeg prøver at skrive til dig over FB m privat besked? Du er lidt interessant ?

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  9. jeff schnablegger
    jeff schnablegger 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Yup..all you need is your brain and a big bag of Buckwheat

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  10. Petit Loup
    Petit Loup 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    because i am bearcat950 on scype. my dream was allways to live in Karelia, a super enviroment. maybe we can
    "snakka " some lite grande? If you live in Moscow, it is a far way to go to Finland !
    That was it, see you

    Loup

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  11. Petit Loup
    Petit Loup 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    are you on skype?

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  12. cristi lorinczi
    cristi lorinczi 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Is public forest ?

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  13. trangia94534
    trangia94534 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    No one else talks about feeding the brain. I agree that you need 24 to 48 hours of emergency food.

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  14. zindi1138
    zindi1138 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    that is a swivel at 715.

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  15. A.H.
    A.H. 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Moladez!!!!!!

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  16. Ein Bär
    Ein Bär 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    why is he wearing a German Army Parker?

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  17. Steve Schmehl
    Steve Schmehl 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Where did you learn to speak English? and why did you decide to do your videos in English? I am glad that you do I enjoy your videos

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  18. Sty North
    Sty North 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Enjoyable video Lars! I strongly agree with you that a persons mind (state of mind) is the most important survival tool we carry into the forest.

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  19. J.L. Callaway
    J.L. Callaway 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Your country is beautiful. I hope to visit it someday.

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  20. Russ Mitchell
    Russ Mitchell 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    you weren't joking about a big forest, great videos to watch, thanks.

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  21. Damian We
    Damian We 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Awesome video!

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  22. WiErDo TaLk
    WiErDo TaLk 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Where could you get a cool Russian pack like yours

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  23. shovel_reccy
    shovel_reccy 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Very good points covered especially the brain being the most important tool well done excellent vid. Atb Paul.

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  24. z71lifeoffroad@gmail.com
    [email protected] 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    If you don't mind my asking, what watch do you wear? Wondered if it's the Swiss army compass watch. I'm wanting a good compass watch but not sure which one. 

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  25. ubique505
    ubique505 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    very well made video Lars thanks for sharing

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  26. RipperRzN
    RipperRzN 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Fishing kit is a really important stuff to survive in taiga. There in Siberia are a lot of predatory fish species pecking at insects imitations and wobblers.

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  27. Paul Sheils
    Paul Sheils 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Another great video Lars, I love your forest!

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  28. CinderBlockFilms
    CinderBlockFilms 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Where did you get that shot when you panned on the forest?

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  29. GeorgiaFamily SouthernStyle
    GeorgiaFamily SouthernStyle 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Great Vid man and you got a good point there…later Mitch 

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  30. Opal Preston Shirley
    Opal Preston Shirley 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Good points one and l agree 100%. Thanks ATB to you and your family.

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  31. Tim Smallwood
    Tim Smallwood 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Where in Russia may I ask? 

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  32. Tim Smallwood
    Tim Smallwood 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Very nice. Love the German Mess kit. I've a survival kit very similar, but I call it my "Bug out bag" which has a pistol, knife, fishing, etc, etc,. as yours does, lot's of magnesium fire starter, etc,. and I'm glad to see your's is so good! I hope you never get lost. Compass!!!! 

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  33. savedpurplecat
    savedpurplecat 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Excellent Video my friend, I am just starting out in bush craft, some great tips there for survival, also how wonderful to watch somebody over in Russia! 🙂 Tim

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  34. Trevor JT
    Trevor JT 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Big Forest Survival Kit A clasp swivel, or just swivel.  Keep making videos. Lots of great ideas. 

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  35. Claude “Reviews4U” Rains
    Claude “Reviews4U” Rains 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    Great stuff Lars.

    My first priority in being outdoors is knowing what the hell I'm doing and not just playing around. My second priority was don't ever get lost. I learned if you start wondering around the forest learn ton use a compass and keep notes. That or get used to yelling for help. The rest is easy. Just learn to carry what you would need everyday and practice like your life depends on it. Someday it just might.

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  36. Mad Jack Tramper
    Mad Jack Tramper 25 June, 2016, 13:37

    That's a very practical kit there Lars.
    Compact and uncomplicated is definitely the way to go my friend.
    Kind regards, Jack & Karen.

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