Let’s take a look at the 25 Must Have Items to ensure your survival during a disaster – either at home or in the wild, in no particular order. Water Filters and Purifiers.  Stock up on these, as well as portable ones if you are forced to be on the move.
Guns, Ammo, Knives and Bats.  Be sure that you are comfortable using them and have adequate training. Charcoal, Lighters, and Matches.  These are must haves whether you are home bound or are on the move. Matches and Lighters.  Store strike anywhere matches in a waterproof container, as well as lighters. Flashlights and Batteries.  These will also help you in a situation where you may need to signal for help.
Flash Drive.  Store all your important personal documents for each family member on a flash drive, including medical records and birth certificates. Tinder and Kindling.  These are a must to quickly start fire and keep it going throughout the night. Portable Toilets.  While you can get by without it, it makes the list because it can be a great bartering item. Basic Tools.  Having basic tools like a saw, ax, and a hammer will be helpful in building a shelter if you need to do so with natural materials in the woods.
Christmas is around corner and Jay and me got together to look for some good gift ideas for you. A new prepper who has very limited budget will be more happy about $30 machete, $30 first aid kit, $50 ham radio than one high quality $110 solar charger. In the end survival is much more about skills than equipment but we all love having good tools to get things done and some toys to play around. Flood to throw flashlight is great little flashlight, and gives you important option of zooming so you can choose in what situation you use it.

Especially useful for urban prepper or regular people who can not store much water because of space limitation. There are many small multitools but personally small swiss army knife is more useful for everyday carry for me.
More experienced preppers create their own first aid kits but having basic pre packaged kit is better than nothing. I’m happy that my experience from survival during war can help people today and in future. Not much to say about this… You will find yourself pretty early when SHTF in situation when good multitool can help you more than anything else. Extracting resources from buildings got a lot more easy after I got my small axe during my time in war.
Big benefit of outdoor hammocks is that you can make camp everywhere and it is very comfortable. A biohazard sign will deter people better once SHTF but this little (expensive) dwarf might be able to help as well. If a bayonet is not enough for your AR 15 or AK then this Zombie Chainsaw Attachement might be what you were looking for (video of it). Half trike, half helicopter… this bug out vehicle for the rich adds another dimension to your plans.
I actually got 25 rounds of .40 cal hollow points for my 40th Birthday to go along with my Glock 22 4th Gen. Down here in hot, humid and buggy South, sleeping outdoors seems to be easier with a hammock AND bug netting.
Nice to have and will make heart of every survivalist jump, but not really necessary because cheaper item can get the job done as well. Part of giving this book and maybe a small tool as gift, is of course that you go out with kids and practice with them.

It is perfect everyday flashlight because its size, it is very small actually and it is also cheap. In long term survival situations you will move a lot of heavier things around and cart like this is worth its weight in gold. Of course this is just basic version of tool and you can get all sorts of versions like this smaller one. We had one guy bringing such crossbow to our gun shooting practice in the woods a while ago. Maxpedition is great but looks too tactical if you live in places where they are not often seen. But this gets very specific, depending on area where you live, common calibers in area and laws. That made it possible for me to afford to shoot 10,000 rounds per year in training and competition for many years. This year I’m sending both of them a 4-6 week survival kit with food, hopefully it will get the other one prepping. Giving non survivalists box of lighters for Christmas might be a bit awkward so book is obviously better choice. Add some different tinder to fire starter as gift and show them how to light small fire with it. Make sure it is allowed in your country and keep in mind some organizations use encrypted radio communication. Having important survival books as real books is important, but being able to carry so much information with so little weight is great too.

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