Bug Out Tool Kit (Survival Gear)

In this video I show you my micro tool kit for vehicle repairs in a bug out situation. Of course, there is more that one could carry in a vehicle. This is merely a kit that you could carry with you in a bug out bag in case you had to requisition a vehicle during a SHTF situation.
Equinone1 recommended to me some other items that could go in the stowage compartment of a vehicle: “hammer, mini 3-lb sledge, jumper cables, good jack and jack stands, tow chain, recovery strap, snow tire chains, tire repair kits, CO2 tank in bed of truck or other air inflation system, cheater bar, spare water and gas cans, spare fluids, belts, hoses, and any spare parts that’ll fit.”
Special thanks goes to equinone1 for compiling these great suggestions!
Thanks for watching! Blessings!


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  1. Shawn Vargas
    Shawn Vargas 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    a couple of items mights help, a 4oz ball peen hammer, a prybar of some sort, mechanics wire and a travel size pack of baby wipes. the baby wipes will work better than the bandana for keeping wounds clean, but more often, cleaning your hands after you finish. also, maybe a mechanics tool bag and a tool roll for organization, jmho

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  2. G36Jeff
    G36Jeff 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Hi. Great video. Can you make a video on how to use that carabiner as a pulley system please. Thanks.

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  3. Everett Haggard
    Everett Haggard 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    star bits spark plug scockkits to fix a chainsaw s

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  4. calimesacox
    calimesacox 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    So I have watched what seems to be 100's of "urban tool bags" and haven't seen anything worth putting together. Why hasn't anyone done a city/urban kit. what I think I am missing is the stuff you would use to turn on water when the handle is missing or security bits so you can open the covers that don't use common screw driver. mini metal saw. lock picks. yes some of these items are hard to get or take a permit. but as for me I don't see any kits that would get me out of a pinch in a city town setting.

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  5. DisabledPrepper
    DisabledPrepper 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Hello mate, This video is awesome.

    May I say, thank you very much for sharing. I am in the process of putting together a very high quality but small (no bigger than yours) Field tool kit. Your video helped a lot! The J-B Weld tip was awesome.

    What do you think about Loctite Epoxy Instant Mix (14ml tube)?

    I shall be using non-magnetic & VDE insulated tools for mine; for maximum usability in any theatre. (Quality tools to take care of dedicated fixing tasks). I am not a professional, probably lower then laymen, but trying to be self-sufficient,


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  6. Ono Cavinta
    Ono Cavinta 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    i like the idea of having a full roll of duct tape, but i thing you should always have backup duct tape around a credit card in your kit just in case.

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  7. K Cee
    K Cee 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Nice kit and I have a advice only if u would take it…not just hear it..is it ok?

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  8. MrFirefox1997
    MrFirefox1997 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    I would clip my carabiner through the middle of my role of duct tape so i always had it on the kit but not in side but thats just how i do it that might not work for otheres .. :)

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  9. mary baker
    mary baker 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    what about some sort of hammer??

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  10. Chip Lohman
    Chip Lohman 27 June, 2016, 12:53

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  11. MrLeonidas0001 Tactical Adventures
    MrLeonidas0001 Tactical Adventures 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    This was videoed on my last berfday 😀 Guess I didn't catch it. I dig the kit! First time I've seen someone toss in JB Well in one. And sick CAT gloves! As always, great stuff dude!

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  12. macdaddymcd
    macdaddymcd 27 June, 2016, 12:53


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  13. Dean O
    Dean O 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    great little kit…even the rusty sockets – gotta love the Duct Tape

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  14. wjf213
    wjf213 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Good little kit. I would ad fuses for sure. Check what type your vehicle needs and throw them in there. Maybe some 12 or 14 gauge stranded wire as well, and some 3m wire splice clips. They're VERY handy in a pinch.

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  15. Survivalkraft
    Survivalkraft 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    I keep a mirror in my BOB and I have a number of knives, but I could throw in a magnetic grabber easily enough! Thanks, brother!

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  16. Survivalkraft
    Survivalkraft 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Hmmm. I'll have to look into some of this stuff. I wanted a small kit that was portable in case I had to requisition a vehicle during SHTF. A kit that stayed in the vehicle could, of course, be much larger.
    Thanks for the suggestions, brother! Blessings!

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  17. MasterK9Trainer
    MasterK9Trainer 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    I think you made a nice kit, but you say it's primarily a car repair kit, so my suggestions might be irrelevant. Seems to me you might need a small duffle or mechanic's bag to carry everything. Otherwise to increase versatility, but keep down the size and weight, I would add a crochet hook, hacksaw blade, long tweezers, hand held pruners, split rings, wire cable, small files, hair ties, ranger bands and bungee cords. And if possible a manual drill, a grommet kit and a rivet gun.

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  18. Survivalkraft
    Survivalkraft 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    What?! I forgot to show my tactical kitchen sink—it is cerakoted with tritium hot and cold indicators! 😀
    Thanks, brother!

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  19. UrbanArmed
    UrbanArmed 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Awesome kit bro, only thing I'd add is the kitchen sink! 🙂

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  20. kbbjedi
    kbbjedi 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Nice kit, i think you have room for more pen type tools on the outside molle, maybe a telescoping grabber magnet, dental mirror, xacto knife, etc.

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  21. Survivalkraft
    Survivalkraft 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Thanks! I put them in the description box below the video!

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  22. equinone1
    equinone1 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    Sure thing, amigo! Those were just what I could think of from the top of my head after years of driving old beater vehicles that break down from time to time!

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  23. joe Helmick
    joe Helmick 27 June, 2016, 12:53

    thats a great kit, but you should add a roll of ty wire incase you have to ty up your exhaust or another part of your car.thanks for sharing joe.

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