Preppers Product Review
LifePac Survival Kit: should you make your own?

  • LifePac Survival Kit: Lifepac Survival Kit, pictured left, is great little kit in a
    sardine can filled with life-saving tools, but you could make one yourself!
    Assembling one will probably cost your more in the long rung, so before you
    attempt to create the kit yourself, ask yourself whether you already have these
  • Compass
  • Chewing gum (learn the importance of chewing gum in survival)
  • Whistle
  • Matches
  • Razor Blade
  • Non Aspirin Pain Reliever
  • Fire Starter Cube
  • Adhesive Bandage
  • Energy nugget
  • Wire Clip
  • Reflective Signal Surface
  • Fish Hook
  • Fishing Line and Spool
  • Duct Tape
  • Sugar pack
  • Salt pack

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