This is a simple DIY survival first aid kit! This contains only a few basic items, so feel free to add as much as you would like! Use this video as inspiration and to give you ideas to help you make your very own source
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Here I show some fire tinder sources you may not have thought of, found in most first aid kits. These tinder sources can all be lit with a ferrocerium rod, or even a flint and steel. source
Medic Life is a video podcast for EMS Professionals that is hosted weekly by John Newton. Medic Life Episode 18: Christmas in the Mountains is dedicated to Wilderness EMS. I discussed some tips for Wilderness EMS and first aid. Tips for preparation for day-hikes and multi-day hikes: minimum gear and what to do when lost.
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This is a quick Urban Survival Tip showing how to use a spoon or fork or spork or pretty much any other plastic item that can be shaved in order to use as a fire starting tinder. In an Urban environment stuff like this is usually very easily found and used in stead of using other items that may not be as readily available.
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Survival First Aid & Anglo Arms Lock Knife
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Whilst doing a quick review of the budget ‘Anglo Arms Zebra Wood Lock Knife’ I cut myself foolishly snapping off a branch of wood. I should have put the knife down. Such as life. I was carving a basic tent peg as part of the test. Proceeding with it the cut went on to bleed a fair bit, which prompted some survival first aid on the spot.
As far as the knife went it felt good, it was weighty, of good length and comfortable with its curvy design and zebra wood finish. However, after only one use the blade started rocking. I would [...]