Maxpedition Micro Pocket Organizer Survival Kit- Black Scout Reviews

In this episode we review the Maxpedition Micro Pocket Organizer and how to build a small survival kit for unexpected emergencies. You can purchase this product from Please Like, Share, and Subscribe. Thanks

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  1. David Barclay
    David Barclay 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    I would add a fishing kit and a slingshot band with pouch. Food is a luxury in the woods. I love your videos. Everyone subscribe and for Pete's sake, watch the commercials.

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  2. KamenDesantis
    KamenDesantis 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    I'd slip a handwarmer in there as well

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  3. Leon Garamow
    Leon Garamow 1 July, 2016, 05:08


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  4. Moors Hound
    Moors Hound 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    look how new & bling that Rat is, mine is so beat up now but still works perfect!

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  5. David Kirsheman
    David Kirsheman 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    thinking outside the box, you can put zip ties around the insides' perimeters. I don't think that you will understand, but on the inside you can make zip ties go through each of the sections. If you look on the inside, having it clam-shelled open, look at the spine on the inside. There are small holes that act as great passage ways for zip ties.

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  6. Mary Cahill
    Mary Cahill 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Streamlight micro using 1xaaa battery fits well in this kit and is very bright. I chose a Leatherman ps4 and Victorinix Farmer whuch has saw blade. Have BCB fire steel with good button compass in the handle. yes, the Maxpedition mini is a great little bag and useful for tool box or travelling also, many applications. Makes a great gift.

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  7. BobG
    BobG 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    I have one of those also, with similar items. I also included a small fishing kit, a Sawyer water filter, and some 550 cord.

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  8. AJ Usog
    AJ Usog 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    This is great video and great choice of items. The one thing I was especially impressed with was the choice of tin foil. Most would overlook the usefullness of tin foil as a cooking barrier or as a fire starting reflector. The magnifier was a touch of class, too. If you can squeeze a waterproof map in there to go with the compass, it would be a truly awesome pack.

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  9. Carlos Sepulveda
    Carlos Sepulveda 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    I just got mine today. Agreed, great product 

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  10. sedynek tv army
    sedynek tv army 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    very very micro

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  11. nicolas bonzi
    nicolas bonzi 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Where can i buy that knife ?? 

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  12. Basp2005
    Basp2005 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Good tip.  Thanks.

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  13. Basp2005
    Basp2005 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Get a turkey oven roasting bag from the grocery store.  folds up small, strong, holds water.  What good are purification tabs with no way to store water?  unlike a canteen this will fit in the kit.

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  14. Nicholas Aarons (Nick Mini)
    Nicholas Aarons (Nick Mini) 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Cool Kit Dude. Keep up the great work. Nick.

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  15. Ádám Varga
    Ádám Varga 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    I like this kit a lot 🙂
    You have water purification tablets, but no real way of storing water. So I recommend packing some strong trashbags: they are too multi functional from miss out from any survival bag, and they take up practically no space.

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  16. Chris Frank
    Chris Frank 1 July, 2016, 05:08
  17. Dr Chemli
    Dr Chemli 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Bro, Awesome Channel, just subbed a couple of months ago.
    Question, do you have a dog? 

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  18. Joe Betts
    Joe Betts 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    OrNge mmmm

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  19. Juan Ibarra
    Juan Ibarra 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    You should add super glue and hand sanitizer.  I recommend  loctite threadlockers and any sanitizer would work. Great review its way better to carry a small pouch than an altoids tin

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  20. CanadianOutdoorsmen
    CanadianOutdoorsmen 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Your mono audio is destroying my ears

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  21. Brian Agostino
    Brian Agostino 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    What do you think of the Tool Logic SL3 Tactical Folding 1/2 Serrated Knife With Magnesium Fire Starter and Signal Whistle?

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  22. Urban Survivor
    Urban Survivor 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Really like what you did with this kit. Seems like you have the bases of survival covered pretty well. Can't wait to see more, just subscribed to you!

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  23. William Wright
    William Wright 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Thank you. One question, what brand of orange/emergency blanket do you recommend? (Just subscribed today, will look at you other videos.)

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  24. hoobilly 65
    hoobilly 65 1 July, 2016, 05:08
  25. 90draghetto
    90draghetto 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    what's the name of the site you bouth the kit????

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  26. L VR
    L VR 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    What is your opinion on Toollogic brand multi-knives?  They have some "urban" edc knives that fill a lot of uses.

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  27. Jarhead6
    Jarhead6 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    good stuff bro! Semper!

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  28. TheTazzeye
    TheTazzeye 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    nice kit one problem that i can see,you should give up on that type of compass,once its got an air bubble its going to give a false reading,i know,i am in the army…..try a another model,more robust….changed a lot of them silva type compass

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  29. TheDarkstranger101
    TheDarkstranger101 1 July, 2016, 05:08

    Fantastic kit, yes the sas style tins cant carry all the stuff you need, what you have done is the same as me and gone a bit bigger as long as it still fits in your pocket and is water prof then no problem, great vid, thanks.

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