New Survival Skills

What should be in your kits.

Basic First Aid Kit.

         To be carried on your person in your E.D.C.

  • Bandages of various size's
  • Medical grade gloves 
  • Eye protection
  • Medical face mask
  • Antibiotic ointment
  • Q-tips
  • Chap stick or other lip balm
  • Gauze pads
  • Iodine or similar prep pads
  • Alcohol prep pads
  • Butterfly bandages
  • Medical adhesive tape
  • Aspirin and non-aspirin pain relievers
  • DayQuil 
  • C.P.R. shield (Get the training to use this tool properly)   
  • Decongestant
  • Antihistamine
  • Colloidal silver
  • Basic First Aid instruction booklet                                                                                                                              

Intermediate First Aid Kit.        

         Should be in your Vehicle  and have all of the above plus,

  • Larger adhesive bandages
  • Smelling salts or ammonia inhalants
  • Ace-type bandages for strains and sprains
  • Several sizes of sterile pads
  • Rolls of gauze
  • Thermometer
  • Snake bite poison extractor
  • Tweezers
  • Safety pins
  • Moleskin
  • Rubber (latex) gloves
  • Burn medication
  • Anti-itch and Poison Ivy or Poison Oak treatment
  • Sun screen
  • Diarrhea medication
  • Eye drops
  • Blanket

Advanced First Aid Kit.

         This kit should be in your home and have all of the above plus what is listed below. Some of the items listed below take special training to use properly. Get the training! before you use these listed tools as misuse can lead to a greater medical emergency or even DEATH and are illegal in most areas to use without the proper training!

  • Trauma and field dressings
  • Rubbing alcohol
  • Hydrogen peroxide
  • Iodine
  • Betadine
  • Scissors
  • Tongue depressors
  • C-A-T tourniquet (Combat Action Tourniquet) (Special Training)
  • Forceps (Special Training)
  • Scalpels (Special Training)
  • Hemostats (Special Training)
  • Sterile sutures, in several sizes (Special Training)
  • Wound probe (Special Training)
  • I.V. starter and I.V. solution (Special Training)
  • Syringes of various gauges (Special Training)
  • Instant hot pack
  • Instant cold pack
  • Eye pads and eye wash
  • Sponges
  • Cotton balls
  • Burn treatments
  • Dental tools (Special Training)
  • Splint materials (Special Training)
  • C-Collar  (Special Training)
  • Cold medication
  • Decongestant
  • Antihistamine
  • Colloidal silver

If you use the Special Training items listed above without getting trained to do so by a certified trainer you are solely responsible for any outcome derived from your actions and we are in no way responsible for your actions!

Fire Kit.

  • Magnesium and Flint fire starter
  • Magnesium powder or shavings
  • Fire Steel
  • Water proof matches
  • Bic type lighter
  • Potassium Permanganate and Glycerin (Special Training, storage & handling)
  • Steel Wool and a nine volt battery (keep them from contacting while stored!)
  • Char Cloth
  • Bow and Hand Drill's
  • Cotton Balls and petroleum jelly

Be sure to get a campfire permit from the U.S. Forest Service. The permit is FREE and good for one calender year.


Fishing Kit.

All the items listed below should be in your fishing survival kit at all times.

  • (1) 2" Swirl Tail Grub Jig
  • (1) Tiny Shad Jig
  • (1) 1 1/2" Tube Jig
  • (1) 1/4  oz. Spoon
  • (10) Salmon Eggs
  • (1) Size 8 Fly
  • (1) Size 10 1/8 Fly
  • (1) Folding Razor Knife
  • (2) Treble Hooks
  • (3) #4 Hooks
  • (3) #6 Hooks
  • (3) #8 Hooks
  • (4) Wire Wound Leaders
  • (4) BB split shots
  • (4) 3/0 split shots
  • (1) ¾” Bobber
  • (50 Ft) 12LB test line
  • (25 Ft) 30LB test line
  • (1) Ready made line (Line, Bobber, Sinker, Hook)
  • (1) Yo-Yo self setting reel (check your local fishing laws for use of this tool)
Be sure to check with your local Fish and Game Warden to make sure all of your gear is legal to use in your area.


 

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