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Beyond 2012 Survival & Trauma TWO Person Escape Kit.mpg

Available at: www.survivalmetrics.com You may be among those who believe some cataclysm awaits us in the not-so-distant future, based on prophecy, religion, or other sources. You may be among those who think all of that is just a bunch of bull. One thing we know is for certain: calamities and disasters, whether environmental or societal, can and do happen with traumatic results for the victims. Unstable regimes and economies, warfare, civil strife, hurricanes, tsunamis, etc. These are nothing new and happen no matter what we believe. Your best bet in these scenarios is to be prepared, and be ready to leave in an instant if that proves to be the best way to safety. The hazards in these scenarios present similar needs: shelter, water, food, heat, signaling, and first aid. Other events need additional protections, such as radiological (nuclear) events and airborne viruses. And, consideration about maintaining a low profile, versus a high profile, depending on the civil conditions at the time may be necessary. This is where the Beyond 2012 Survival, Trauma, & Disaster Two Person Escape Kit comes in to play. Addressing all of the core needs of typical survival scenarios, but adding additional protections for radiological events and airborne viruses for two people. All the while enabling you to maintain a lower profile if needed, but able to signal for aid readily. Small enough to take anywhere, and just under 3 pounds. On a long enough timeline, all of these events may occur

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Friday, June 15th, 2012 2012 Survival 1 Comment

Wool Blanket Shelter: Pocket Shelter

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Thursday, May 31st, 2012 2012 Survival 24 Comments

Neck Knife Survival Kit

Another survival kit option. This one is slightly less comprehensive than the altoid’s tin, but still offers: fire, water, signalling, navigation, and some cordage for shelter building. It should be able to help substantially in your fight for survival if you were to become lost or stranded in the outdoors. The kit is based on the Condor Fidelis neck knife.

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Thursday, May 17th, 2012 2012 Survival 8 Comments

“Tip Of The Week” – 2 Minute, Heated Emergency Shelter (E12)

IntenseAngler’s “Tip Of The Week”, Episode 12. A quick, easy, and compact emergency shelter. While many of us posses the skills necessary to construct an elaborate survival shelter, the reality is that most persons who become lost or stranded do not take the time to stop well before dark and build such a shelter… their primary focus is on getting “found”. It is not until darkness has settled in that they realize that they may very well be forced to stay the night… by then it is generally too late for shelter building. This simple system composed of only a few, lightweight items has the capability to see you through a long, cold night. At the core of this shelter system are artificial hand-warmers. These chemical heat producers not only provide a source of much needed warmth, but allow your body to retain energy by burning less of it to keep warm. About “Tip Of The Week”: In this new weekly series we will be sharing some wide-ranging outdoor centered tips, tricks, ideas, and “how-to'” videos in a short, concise, and to-the-point manner. A new video will be posted every Friday (as interest dictates). As part of this new series, I will be featuring a different channel each week in the “intro” segment of the video. If you would like your channel featured (or simply want to support the series), please contact me via PM and we can easily set that up. Your participation will be greatly appreciated! I look forward to hearing from you! Thanks as always for watching, and for

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Thursday, March 15th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Emergency Blanket Survival Shelter

This video was made when we were up testing some new gear as a company. We wanted to show the benefits of using an emergency blanket combined with the personal survival tarp to create a great heat effect from the fire. Check out our gear at wildernessinnovation.com

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Tuesday, February 28th, 2012 2012 Survival 8 Comments

How to Make Winter Shelter for Cold Weather Wilderness Survival, Equip 2 Endure

amzn.to amzn.to amzn.to Here is a great example of a Winter Weather Shelter I constructed on a Survival Training Trip. This is a Lean-To structure with some upgrades with debris walls and I milar blanket for heat reflection. I slept confortably in this shelter in 3o degree temperatures with just a t-shirt and cargo pants. I had a wool blanket, but the only time I used it was when it was too hot, and I had to block some of the direct heat. – Adam

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Saturday, February 25th, 2012 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Coghlan’s Survival Bag as Emergency Bivy 2

Demonstration of the Coghlan’s Survival Bag, the perfect companion to a survival kit. This is just what you need if you are looking for an emergency bivy that is cheap, packs small, and is durable enough to withstand more than one use.

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Thursday, February 23rd, 2012 2012 Survival 3 Comments

Cold Weather Survival Shelter, etc.

Having several things I’ve been wanting to share, I thought I’d take you with me on a cold weather outing. While out, I demonstrate fire starting and a quick survival shelter.

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Sunday, February 12th, 2012 2012 Survival 7 Comments

Cold Weather Survival Evaluation

Are you ready to bug out in cold weather? What gear would you need? How would you stay clean? I thought I was ready until I actually tried winter camping for ten days. I had a lot to learn, the hard, cold way. Sot and I arrived on Sunday and were stoked to get on the trail to find a place to set up camp. The snow wasn’t deep enough to need snowshoes, which also meant we wouldn’t be making any snow shelters like a quinzee or snow cave. After some scouting we found an open area ideal for setting up the 11 foot diameter tipi and outside fire pit. The hike in only took about 15 minutes with our over packed sleds, and we’re both sadly out of shape. Each sled was loaded with about 60 pounds of gear. After we caught our breath we started to set up. The woodstove and teepee didn’t take long, and within a couple of hours we had a working campsite complete with an outside firepit and lean-to. We froze for the first three nights as I just couldn’t get the stove in the tepee to work. Even with our mountains of wool blankets. In fact, we spent much of the first three nights hanging out in the truck with the heater on waiting for the sun to rise so we could drive to town and have a hot breakfast. Sot had enough of the cold, hard living by Thursday, so I drove him home. While driving him home I got more supplies and the keys for my friend’s cabin that’s on the land we were camping on. I thought it would be great to recover with some easier living in the cabin but I was in for a rude

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Tuesday, March 8th, 2011 2012 Survival 25 Comments

Coghlan’s Survival Kit Review

I used a Coghlan’s survival kit as the platform on which to build my Bug Out Bag. They’ve got many of the basic items necessary, so modifying them is easy. Coghlan’s Survival Kit is designed to meet the needs of individuals or small groups in most survival situations. Includes the Survival Guide, a concise booklet containing many helpful suggestions for surviving in the wilderness. Coghlan’s Survival Kit Coghlan’s Survival Kit Contents: * Emergency blanket. * waterproof matches. * signal whistle. * 2 firesticks. * 12 hr. lightstick. * pencil. * notepad. * salt packet. * 4 antiseptic pads. * 4-1×3″ bandages. * 4-3/8×1-1/2″ bandages. * 2×3″ elastic patch bandage. * 3×3″ sterile pad. * 2-4″ adhesive strips. * compass. * poncho. * signal mirror. * 50′ orange trail tape. * 10′ snare wire. * 2 razor blades. * needle. * spool of thread. * 2 safety pins. * 12′ nylon rope. * 30′ fishing line. * 2 fish hooks. * 2 sinkers. * 7″x10″ waterproof pouch. * 35′ nylon cord. * reusable 8×12″ PVC pouch. * 5 hr. candle.

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Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 2012 Survival 15 Comments