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My entire car survival kit
Most of my fire-making items
A fantastic product by Ultimate Survival Technologies: BlastMatch firesteel, StarFlash signal mirror, WetFire tinder, SaberCut emergency survival saw, JetScream whistle
[Top left: standard cheap mess kit filled with Emergen-C (each folded and taped to minimize space)]
[Top row: Mountain House freeze-dried meals**(nothing wrong with this or MRE's but I've just discovered MainStay Rations, which are less bulky and provide nine pre-measured 400-calorie bars, i.e., 3600 calories total), 2 bandanas, 3 pairs of gloves]
[Top right: Bag**(where everything except blanket goes), Reynolds Oven Bags (excellent water storage -- you wouldn't believe how robust these bags are), plastic canteen]
[Top row: bastard file, Leatherman Kick, hatchet, CheaperThanDirt Rough Use knife**(need to get something more dependable), Gerber folding shovel, small can WD-40]
LOL!! My mini-survival kit on my keychain. Included are: keys, kubotan (on S-biner), modified BIC pen (on S-biner), Split-pea lighter (from countycomm.com), LightMyFire Mini, LED's, Byrd Starling knife (on S-biner)
Bag, blanket, and the only child of my wife and me so far (lol!). She's a 2-year-old pomchi named Karli...she loves her daddy!
With regard to heft, it's no featherweight. Weighs in at about 25 pounds (a little over 11 kilograms).