Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Micro Survival Fishing Kit w/ Chain & P-38 Can Opener




Our latest micro survival kit! Comes with Military Dog Tag Chain and the P-38 can opener.

Easy to carry, waterproof and super tiny!

All Items included inside
  • 20 ft of 6 lb fishing line
  • 5 Fishing Hooks
  • 1 Trout Bait
  • 1 Swivel
  • 3 BB Shot Sinkers
  • 2 Black Safey Pins

I include a list of why I include the P-38 and P-51's in my survival kits.

This list of P-38 uses was compiled by Steve Wilson, MSG Proponent NCO, Dept. of the Army Office of the Chief of Chaplains, The Pentagon. It is posted at the Ft. Bliss Air Defense Artillery Museum among other places:

1. Can Opener
2. Seam Ripper
3. Screwdriver
4. Clean Fingernails
5. Cut Fishing Line
6. Open Paint Cans
7. Window Scraper
8. Scrape Around Floor Corners
9. Digging
10. Clean Out Groove on Tupperware lids
11. Reach in and Clean Out Small Cracks
12. Scrape Around Edge of Boots
13. Bottle Opener
14. Gut Fish (in the field)
15. Scale Fish (in the field)
16. Test for 'Doneness' When Baking on a Camp Fire
17. Prying Items
18. Strip Wire
19. Scrape Pans in the Field
20. Lift Key on Flip Top Cans
21. Chisel
22. Barter
23. Marking Tool
24. Deflating Tires
25. Clean Sole of Boot/Shoe
26. Pick Teeth
27. Measurement
28. Striking Flint
29. Stirring Coffee
30. Puncturing Plastic Coating
31. Knocking on Doors
32. Morse Code
33. Box Cutter
34. Opening Letters
35. Write Emergency Messages
36. Scratch an Itch
37. Save as a Souvenir
38. Rip Off Rank for On-the-Spot Promotions
39. Bee sting removal tool (scrape off w/ blade)

7 comments:

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  2. Where can I buy this survival combo. The fishing it especially.
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