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Spark-Lite is a water-proof official military firestarter, useable one-handed and tested for over 1,000 sparks. Tinder-Quik is waterproof and burns for 2-3 minutes giving you plenty of time to light a
All new Adventure Series kits from Adventure Medical kits. The Adventure First Aid 2.0 contains a multitude of supplies to treat cuts & scrapes, sprains, headaches, muscle aches, allergic reactions and larger wounds. Easy Care First Aid System organizes items by injury with Easy Care cards to help anyone quickly and confidently give first aid.
For any venture where coming home depends entirely on you, the DAJO Survivor knife should be at your side. The DAJO Survivor contains three of the ten essentials: knife, fire starter, and signal whistle. Each of these items is designed to be as light as possible while still being fully functional at an affordable price. This lightweight survival kit includes: A knife with a 1/8th inch thick, full tang, fixed blade made of high-grade stainless steel with a high strength, durable, anti-slip polymer handle. The notch in the back of the blade is designed to act as a striker for the included Swedish FireSteelÂ®. Durable nylon sheath has two belt loops to attach vertically or horizontally. Other sheath features include a Velcro® closure pocket for the FireSteel and whistle, seven eyelets for storing the paracord, and a Velcro knife retention strap. Swedish FireSteel Mini® from Light My Fire offers 1500 strikes while weighing only 0.3 ounces. Lightweight aluminum Emerg
DECENT FEATURES of the Adventure Medical Kits SOL Origin Survivial Tool 1 Sewing Needle, #7, Darner Survival Instructions: 1 62 Lifesaving Tools & Techniques 1 Aluminum Foil, Heavy Duty, 3 Sq. Ft. 1 Combination Knife, LED Light & Whistle 1 Compass, Button, Liquid Filled 1 Fire Lite Fire Striker 4 Fish Hook, #10 1 Fishing Line 1 Safety Wire, Stainless Steel, (6 ft of 0.020″) 1 Signal Mirror, Rescue Flash 2 Snap Swivel, Size 12 2 Split Shot, Lead B 4 Tinder Quick AUS 8 steel blade with lockable liner is harder, holds an edge longer and sharpens easier than common steel Rescue Flash Signal Mirror flips open from top lid and features 20 mile signal power Fire Lite striker emits a powerful shower of sparks Whistle – pealess and fail-safe up to 100db 10 lumen LED light provides powerful task lighting Removable directional compass Waterproof compartment protects your valuables Additional 10′ stainless steel wire, 10′ nylon cord, foil, tinder and survival instructions help you get back alive T
Pocket Survival Pak Survival Supplies, 1 – Aluminum Foil, Heavy Duty, 3 Sq. Ft., 1 – Clamshell, Pocket Survival Pak, 1 – Compass, Button, Liquid Filled, 1 – Duct Tape, 2 x26, 1 – Fresnel Magnifier, 1 – Pencil, 1 – Pocket Survival Pak Contents List, 1 – Scalpel Blade, Sterile, Disposable, #22, 1 – Sewing Needle, #18, Chenille, 1 – Sewing Thread, Bobbin #69, Nylon, 1 – Signal Mirror, Rescue Flash, 1 – Snap Swivel, Size12, 1 – Spark-Lite Fire Starter, 1 – Waterproof Paper, 1 – Waterproof Survival Instructions, 1 – Whistle, Rescue Howler, 10 – Nylon Cord, #18, Braided, (10 ft.100lb test), 2 – Split Shot, Lead B, 4 – Fish Hook, #10, 4 – Safety Pins, 4 – Tinder Quick Firestarter, 6 – Safety Wire, Stainless Steel, (6 ft of 0.020 ),
Thinking about hiking The Grand Canyon? Well, youre not the only one. There are a huge pile of resources specifically for anyone who wants to plan and survive hiking The Grand Canyon. Its amazing how much money The Grand Canyon makes, so there is a big interest in helping you out with a grand adventure. Its also amazing how well known The Grand Canyon is around the world. When I lived in England, I was constantly asked if I saw the Grand Canyon. I lived on the East Coast, so it was hard to explain that the Grand Canyon was not in the neighborhood. They never liked my answer. Perhaps I shouldve just lied and told them all about my hiking the Grand Canyon adventure that never happened.
In case I ever do get to go hiking the Grand Canyon, Id do some checking it out before hopping on the plane. There are many books, magazine articles and, of course, web sites devoted to the Grand Canyon, and specifically hiking The Grand Canyon. These sites include GrandCanyonHiker.com, DesertUSA.com and the official site of The Grand Canyon National Park. Id have to also be honest about my physical condition to be sure I could handle hiking The Grand Canyon.
You need to plan where you are going to hike. You might need permits, like in the Back Country, or if you want to stay overnight. There is a basic fee of 10, then on top of that is a 5 per person per night fee. So, if I want camping and hiking the Grand Canyon as part of my vacation, Id have to schedule and pay a fee of 45. You can get these permit applications from the mail, phone or by Internet.
You dont need a permit if you plan to just hike during the day. You do certainly need to get a sturdy pair of hiking shoes or boots. Break them in at least a month before hiking the Grand Canyon, to save your feet. You also need to expect the weather to fluctuate, especially if you are going in the off-peak season of spring and early autumn. Wear layers of clothing to peel off as you heat up. If you are hiking the Grand Canyon alone, let someone who isnt know your game plan. If you dont call someone back home by a certain time, then they know you are in trouble and can call the authorities.