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Survival Gear

Essential Gear For Survival Situations

A lifetime of experience has taught me that few things are more valuable than preparation when it comes to dealing with difficult situations. When you are prepared, you are less likely to panic when you find yourself facing a seemingly impossible challenge or an unexpected obstacle. Having the right equipment and the knowledge required to use that equipment properly can make a real difference in a survival situation. Instead of reacting on instinct, you can approach the situation in a calm and rational manner, improving your chances of getting through the situation without any major accidents, injuries, or mishaps along the way.

 

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Most survival situations come about because of major weather events.

Hurricanes, floods, tornadoes, tsunamis, wildfires, and other major events can turn life upside down and can make survival challenging. In most instances, your best chance of survival is to get out of the area if you have advanced warning that the storm is coming. Even after a disaster, it may be beneficial to leave the area for a period of time until things have a chance to settle down.

To make it as easy as possible to leave, it pays to have a survival kit packed and ready to go. Keep this in an area where you can easily get to it during an emergency. For instance, putting it in the back of your car or in the hall closet of your home will ensure that you can get access to your emergency supplies when you need them.

Most experts recommend filling your supply kit with a minimum of three days worth of supplies for each member of your family. Keep in mind, this is the minimum amount of supplies that you should have available. More is always better. Your survival kit should include a first aid kit, a flashlight, blankets or warm clothing, some kind of shelter, helpful tools, sanitary bags, and items to keep you entertained.

You should also have an emergency radio and plenty of food and water.

Your kit should contain enough supplies that you can stay out of the area long enough for order to be restored. When you are prepared, you can get through an emergency with relative ease. That is why it is so important to plan ahead and put together a well-stocked survival kit for disasters.