Friday, 26 August 2011

Survival Equipment – NOW is the Time to Get Prepared

 

Time is running out and it is a MUST to get your own Survival Equipment before it is too late. Remember that with catastrophes increasing in number and intensity, not only logistics will fail, but also more people will start realizing the need to get prepared. Already now certain items start to run out of stock…

The challenge is to know which materials to gather and how much of each. Better to foresee a longer period of chaos, yet foresee quantities of products to remain mobile as likely you will need to move locations frequently. The following categories of survival equipment are indispensable:

Clothing

Hook needle no. 2.5 (rope/clothing hooks of grass or wood fibre)

Set of large, long firm needles

Wind protected /impermeable ski jacket with cap

Undershirt with long sleeves and trousers with long legs (thermal underwear)

T shirt long sleeve (LONG enough to cover bottom)

T shirt short sleeve

Fleece pullover with collar and zipper

Lightweight long sport trousers

Lightweight sport pants or shorts

Ski gloves and 1 pair of thin gloves

Bonnet or cap with side and back flaps

Scarf

Thick socks – layer technique

Firm mount walking/ hiking shoes/boots with thick profile shoe-leather

Extra set of laces

Clear rain suit with trousers or overall with cap

Books

General surviving tips: get Survival Reference Guide

Edible plants, herbs, mushrooms

Road map to Southern Spain (sudden departure)

Material

The yellow material box

Desalination for marine water, fire arrows (day and night), fire sticks, slide hamper for trunk transport

Backpack and nylon bags

Sleeping bag

Tent

Plastic sail 2×3 meters (6×9 ft.) (for when tent is lost or broken)

Aluminium foil rescue/emergency blanket

Portable plastic jerry cans (drinking water, petrol…)

Chemical light bars/sticks

First aid box (including sterile needles and tick tweezers)

Drafting Table – for charting stars in the sky

Compass

Binocular, night-vision goggles

Pocket lamp with dynamo lamp principle

Small metal whistle (emergency signals)

Swiss multipurpose knife (can opener, screwdriver, scissors…)

Fishing lines, hooks, sinkers

Wire saw

Small chopping axe

Grind stone

Small iron shovel with folding blade

5 meters parachute cord (to make snares and catch game)

Pistol/gun + bullets/shells, bow + arrows

Hanging gun rack, or ceiling rack, speed arrows 220-250 km hour

Thick firm pencil

2 bundles iron yarn (repairing)

30 meters smoothly braided rope of mountain climbing quality

50 meters thin nylon cord

Mosquito net

Strong sun/snow glasses (on mount altitude preventing eye damage because of radiation, very important!)

Plastic gloves

Rubber band or tape to seal off clothing

Face mask with filter to stop volcanic gas /dust

Iodine tablets

Radiation meter

Heating & Fire

Fire sticks (to make fire burn faster and longer)

Magnifying glass (make fire)

magnesium block fire starter

Waterproof matches with wax coating

2 lighters (cigaret-type)

flint (packed waterproof to last longer)

Small gas or ethylated sterno burner (food/snow melting or disinfecting water)

Food and Drinks

Dry grain wafers

Dried fruit bars

Biscuits

Quick cooking rice

Pan with matching lid

Small kettle

Large deep plate

Set cutlery

Drinking container

Thermal field bottle (thermos)

Plastic folding water bag or box of condoms (to use as water bag)

Sacks of vegetable seed (grains…)

Iodine tablets or tincture for protection thyroid at atom calamity

Water purification tablets

Small personal drinking water filter

Toiletry

Soap

Washcloths

Towels

Shaving products

Toothpaste

Tooth brush

Small mirror

Small scissors

Clippers

Detergent

Medicines

Eye drops

Bacteria/virus infection pills

Generic antibiotics

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