Survival Kit: The perfect lightweight survival kit (Wilderness survival, survival skills)

This survival kit is a basic kit designed to be carried whenever you venture into the wild. It is lightweight and will help you start a fire build a shelter and find food.

Categories: Survival Skill

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  1. Ian Angles
    Ian Angles 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    That's not a Swedish fire steel

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  2. Alli Griffin
    Alli Griffin 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    what about a fire????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺☺?????????????????????????????????????

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  3. BlackHeart 8518
    BlackHeart 8518 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Ignore those comment down below PeakSurvival. if they don't like it then why see…idiot. not many video about women doing survival . most of it is guys. but I do remember Survival lilly. she do survival too. u be carefull out there and keep doing this videos. love it.

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  4. 1g7m
    1g7m 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Idiot……

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  5. illya kuryakin
    illya kuryakin 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    survival kit the one thing ppl always forget to put in is a photograph of family members wife kids brother sister for psychological reasons if you have fire making kit forget water purification tablets as boiling is far better safety pins as fish hook works better if you put a Barb on the point

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  6. GEN2-X
    GEN2-X 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    wonder if she likes tubesteak,she might keep me warm for a couple of hours if im lost on the ski slope if so.

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  7. Albert Head
    Albert Head 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Amateurish drivel. Just goes to show that any moron can use a camera and post on youtube. This whole "survival" bandwagon is getting really old. I can't wait until it dies and the wannabes move onto something else!

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  8. Guitar4tw
    Guitar4tw 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    shes definelty not serious 😀 omg my chest hurts

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  9. dan sheppard
    dan sheppard 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    More women need to be like you Peak, and teach young people, boys and girls, so this ancient knowledge does not die out into the modern day where it still essential to know survival techniques.

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  10. WHITE RAVEN
    WHITE RAVEN 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    That's not a bad idea! I would take it a few levels higher though, you never know what could happen. Especially in the times we are living in! My son and I each have a bug out bag with enough supplies to stay alive at least 2 years. And if you take care of the things you've provided they can last longer, with the exception of ammo, magnesium blocks, etc. And it only cost me about $600.00, compared to dying, that's a very small price to pay. Even if your as poor as us, just spend $20.00 a week or every two weeks. Survival is the most important thing! 

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  11. David Holmberg
    David Holmberg 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    She's clueless.

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  12. David Holmberg
    David Holmberg 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    You got lost skiing… LOL I understand why watching your video…

    You clearly shouldn't be posting misleading videos about sirvival. You might get someone killed.

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  13. P.J. Worth
    P.J. Worth 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    where is your cordage?  where is your knife?  where is your first aid? where is your fire tender?
     
    no offence but you really should look at your kit again there is so much room left in your tin there is no reason not to fill it up  with things that will actully be able to save your life in more than 1 way !

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  14. Gary “Big Sky Outdoorsman” Britton
    Gary “Big Sky Outdoorsman” Britton 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I have only ONE Question…Have you used EVERY item in your kit to stay dehydrated, built a fire, built shelter, and built signals for rescue???  If not, you may want to try and then rebuild your kit.

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  15. Smart Recycler
    Smart Recycler 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Do you think you have knowledge to help with economical issues?

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  16. Bobby Harper
    Bobby Harper 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I'm gonna need some bandaids, aspirin, and Tums ultra 1000 

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  17. Dave Bolton
    Dave Bolton 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Very pretty.

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  18. slysphinx
    slysphinx 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I'm convinced no one on YouTube actually understands outdoor survival. First off, in the lower 48 the vast majority of lost hikers/hunters/skiers are either found by SAR or walk out on their own within 72 hours. In that situation your primary needs are protection from weather (hypothermia) and multiple methods of signaling your rescuers both day and night. This woman's kit contained worthless items like fishing tackle and snare wire (a person can easily go a week without food). But she had NO alternate fire starting such as a Bic lighter/storm matches and tinder, NO whistle or small flashlight to signal rescuers, NO compass so she could navigate on a straight bearing, NO space blanket or poncho to protect herself from weather, NO cordage, and NOT even a small knife! Does she really think she's prepared to survive even one night in the woods?

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  19. JCBAirmaster73
    JCBAirmaster73 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I like what you do with your fringe dear lady.

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  20. Bruce Nitroxpro
    Bruce Nitroxpro 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Just the idea that you DO NEED A KIT is worth the video. The fact that she has a ferro-cerium rod makes it worthwhile. A couple of quart, heat proof baggies would be a great add. Carrying your cell phone (iPhone with GPS) could save your life. A hank of #36 Bank Line could make things safer.

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  21. forestwalker outdoors
    forestwalker outdoors 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    my opinion about her ,,perfect lightweight survival kit''
    it is better than nothing, but some of the stuff in that box is just rubbish.
    a pocket knife and a cheap lighter could be more useful than this kit.

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  22. BlckCloud73
    BlckCloud73 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I have a Gerber Crucial multi-tool that would probably fit in that tin as well as those other supplies…..

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  23. Annie Mckernan
    Annie Mckernan 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Can u do a video of how to makeca shelter pls

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  24. Buff82yrOldMan
    Buff82yrOldMan 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    she looks like a cat

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  25. DanTheGamer
    DanTheGamer 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    No ring on her finger…..seems like it's time to make a move lol

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  26. Da Bl
    Da Bl 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Really? I'm a survival instructor and this is a joke!!!!

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  27. Joshua Keefe
    Joshua Keefe 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Think you for the tip

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  28. cruzere120
    cruzere120 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Theres better wire out there thinner and more flexible but all in all a great little kit

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  29. Teddy Percival
    Teddy Percival 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Where is communication? Redundancy goes a long way. And can still fit in the kit 

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  30. Plutot Crever
    Plutot Crever 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Ferro rod is overrated., You need a magnesium block in a survival kit.

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  31. ᒍᗩᗰᕮᔕ ᑭᗩᗯᔕOᑎ
    ᒍᗩᗰᕮᔕ ᑭᗩᗯᔕOᑎ 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Sigh.
    If there's anything like "justice" in this world, maybe one day on the trail, at least a few of us lone-bushcrafting guys will bump into– and connect with– one of these rare, wonderful, bushcrafting gals.

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  32. jrmakawoody
    jrmakawoody 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Love reading all of the armchair commando's comments

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  33. magnus andersson
    magnus andersson 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    this girl is so cute:)

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  34. keithpeckett
    keithpeckett 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    people are so quick to judge and make comment without having been out there and done it. yes I admit a blade does a thousand things and a condom or bag will store water, on the whole not a bad kit hun I just shove a few more bits in mine to complete the job.

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  35. Bob Budowniczy
    Bob Budowniczy 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    you not prepared to fucking where is condoms in your survival kit. That can save your life!!! :)

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  36. Anti-Social Outdoors
    Anti-Social Outdoors 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    I am not trying to be rude but have you actually spent a few days in the wild using this kit? Like in some kind of mock survival drill? I'm not saying it is a bad little kit, just that it is a kit that will require a lot of practice to use effectively. Even in a mock survival situation, such tools will take discipline and patience to master.

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  37. Guiding Mike
    Guiding Mike 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    This is a good example of the misinformation obtainable through YouTube.  Surely Ms. Basha has never been in any kind of survival situation.  I almost doubt she has ever done any backpack camping or she would know that  tin can of goofy crap will not save you or preserve your comfort in any way.  it looks like something her boyfriend or one of the folks at the store concocted and gave to her to carry around.  Wire say??  Snares??  Magnesium sparker with no starter tinder.  No blade of any kind.  Leave the box of threads and wires at home and stay close to your boyfriend and hope you dont get lost for real.

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  38. Tornike Buchukuri
    Tornike Buchukuri 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Marry me

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  39. 0000 0000
    0000 0000 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    ooh, don't forget the mascara, survival tool #1. gender is not the issue but you are illiterate when it comes to survival

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  40. MAXCOBRALAZERFACE
    MAXCOBRALAZERFACE 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    LOLZ.. Safety pins are junk. There not going to fix a pack strap is it breaks. & just carry fishing hooks. Why delude your self thinking safety pins? & wire saw's DON"T WORK!!! Matches? Your better of with a cigarette lighter. A metal match. A good knife. A container for water. & some 5-50 cord. Maybe a sewing needle!! You can use the inner strands of the 5-50 cord to fix a pack strap & even as fishing string. But don't kid your self thinking your one snare trap is going to catch you something.  Even if you had 100 snare traps I would think you would find your way out of the woods before dieing of hunger.    

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  41. TheGoatMumbler
    TheGoatMumbler 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Just go with the 5 C's of survival. You can fit them in that tin.

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  42. carrol meeks
    carrol meeks 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Oops! Sorry! Forgot internet rule number 1, don't feed the trolls…………little t of course. :/

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  43. carrol meeks
    carrol meeks 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    darangemaster1, not trying to make her bail here, but as someone who doesn't listen, I'll explain the vid again for you…and I'll talk slow……The…video….was…about….the…survival….kit….contents,……not……the….workings……Did it sink in that time?

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  44. carrol meeks
    carrol meeks 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Sorry Big Rooster, they do work. Been using them all my life while camping. Cut a stick like a regular fishing pole, put about 2 feet or more of line on it, bait it, and stick it into the creek, river, or lake bank. Make 5 to 10 of them. They act like a trot line. Check them every 30 minutes or so. I usualy do it after I tend the campfire.

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  45. carrol meeks
    carrol meeks 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Great vid! A suggestion for triple duty. Next time you are filling up with gas, look for a used up gift card that people carelessly lay on top of the pump. Cut it down to fit in the tin and notch it like a thread card and wind about 50 to 80 feet of "Spider Wire" at 50' to 65' test on there. You'll have cordage, snare material and fishing line all in 1. I took a used  card and put said amount of line on it and then added different sized fish hooks and wrapped the whole thing in a layer of duct tape. fits right in my wallet, in a card slot. Instant cordage, snare material and fishing rigs right in my wallet.

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  46. jason johnson
    jason johnson 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    Oh my goodness you are smart as well as beautiful!

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  47. garyl43
    garyl43 31 May, 2016, 17:53

    For fishing check these out, place a few around and you don't have to waste valuable calories fishing: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00BCM1ORI/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_nS_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=1ICA3ZY1X8MX3&coliid=I2ZED4EPWA61YQ

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