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Farson Blade Survival Tool

If you’re looking a durable multi-use blade to your backpack or survival kit you may be interested in the Farson Blade Survival Tool by Fremont Knives. It’s a light, compact blade that’s great from chopping kindling to processing a large animal to preparing your veggies for dinner. The blade comes wrapped with 8 feet of 550 paracord which can be used to fashion a hatchet using a piece of wood for a handle.

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Portable LED Lighting and Charging with the SunJack Waterproof LightStick

If you enjoy gadgets with a great purpose, then you’re going to like the SunJack Waterproof LightStick. Not only is it a light source, it also is a charger for small electronic devices such as a phone, GoPro Hero and can be rigged up to charge your HAM radios or walkie talkies. If you plan on using it outdoors, no worries because it’s waterproof up to a depth of 6 feet of water. It makes an awesome addition to your bug out bags, 72 hour bags or emergency kits

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Reduce Your Backpack Weight with the Emberlit FireAnt Titanium Pocket Stove

I’ve had the opportunity review quite a few pocket stoves recently. You may have seen my review on the Emberlit Original Pocket Stove, which is the larger version of Emberlit’s stove line. If you want to go even lighter, you should check out the Emberlit FireAnt Pocket Stove. When I say, lighter – I really mean it. The FireAnt is made of titanium, weighing a total of 2.8 ounces and collapses completely flat for easy storage.

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The Emberlit Original Pocket Stove is the Perfect Choice for Your 72 Hour Bag

If you’re looking a compact, lightweight pocket stove, the Emberlit “Original” Stove might be the big ticket for your 72 hour bag. It’s light weight at only 11.3 oz and is made of rugged 304 stainless steel so you don’t have to worry about corrosion or lack of strength. It will hold nearly any pot or pan of any weight and will allow them to sit nice and level. The best part is the Emberlit line of wood burning stoves come with a lifetime guarantee.

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Start Fires Using Air Compression With The Bushcraft Essentials Fire Piston

It’s always good to have alternate methods of starting a fire and be able to utilize them efficiently. Different environments require different means of starting a fire and not all are guaranteed to work. Lighters may fail, matches could get wet – so always plan to have a backup plan in place. The Bushcraft Essentials Fire Piston uses compression to heat air to such a high degree that it will ignite tinder, creating an ember. The ember can be used to ignite a highly refined tinder bundle or char cloth to start the fire.

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Start Fires with Flint & Carbon Steel Using the Emberlit Strike-A-Light Fire Starter

This is my first time starting a fire using flint and carbon steel. I’ll be the first to tell you that it takes a little practice to get a fire going using this method. You need a good piece of flint and a great striker. The Emberlit Strike-A-Light makes a very effective striker and comes in several cool designs – mine was in the shape of a horse. They can be used as a pendants or zipper pulls as well. It’s always important to learn how to start a fire in a more primitive way because you never know when your primary means of starting a fire may fail

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Filter Your Water On the Go with the Grayl Quest Water Filtration Cup

I’ve reviewed several different types of water filters that come with the filter built into the container itself. While the stand alone filters like Sawyer and LifeStraw are cool products, there’s something to be said for having a nice container to transport the filtered water easily without a bunch of hassle. It’s also never a bad idea to experiment with other filtration products to see which does the best job for the money.

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Bugging Out with the 3VGear Paratus 3 Day Operator Tactical Pack

This is by far the largest bag I’ve reviewed and it has a great price point for an entry to mid level tactical bag. The Paratus 3 Day Operator Tactical Pack by 3VGear.com sports nearly 3000 cubic inches! It’s a monster and carries everything but the kitchen sink. This rascal is heavy duty, double stitched in just about every place imaginable and made of durable 600d nylon. It’s modular design gives it versatility to make the bag highly customizable.

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Carry Your EDC Gear with the Tarahumara Pack by Hill People Gear

The Tarahumara Pack by Hill People Gear is small, compact and versatile that makes a great EDC (every day carry) bag. The bag was originally intended to be used for hydration but evolved into a multi-purpose pack. The first thing I noticed was “Made in the USA”. I’m all for supporting gear made here at home, because quite simply it’s the best. It’s made with 500d Cordura fabric and comes in Foliage, Ranger Green and Coyote. The pack that I’m reviewing is Foliage Gray.

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Expand Your Bug Out Gear with RIBZ Front Pack

Being that I’m always hiking and looking ways to expand my backpack capacity, I thought this was the perfect solution to an overloaded pack. I’ve been on long hikes where my shoulders and back kill me which makes it nearly unenjoyable. Hikes give me a good test run on how things would feel if I needed to bug out if the SHTF. Needless to say, there are some adjustments that need to be made. This simple addition makes a huge difference in weight distribution as well as convenience.

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