THE 10 ESSENTIAL ITEMS TO SURVIVE

THE 10 ESSENTIAL ITEMS TO SURVIVE

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a look at the basic 10 items needed when leaving for the wilderness for survival or for bushcrafting
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  1. haha

  2. Top video, thanks for sharing 🙂 didn't like that intro music tho lol

  3. And the Scottish climate is generally much cooler and wetter than the English climate.

  4. The white film under the bark of a pine tree is eatable and dandelions are eatable the roots can be used for coffee. There is a wealth of plants that are eatable and mushrooms. Morales are most often looked for but rare.but there is many more you can eat.

  5. I'm related to the Mormon pioneers lol its just in our blood I think I can go camping with nothing and survive in the woods with nothing. 

  6. no blanket?  wet weather gear? food?

  7. I have chosen three things. 1. a good woman to bring me food, 2. another woman to collect firewood, 3. another woman to well just be a woman.

  8. i wish people would stop doing this like this. nothing is "essential" to survive(by that i mean modern tools, obviously you need to find water ect) you can go into the woods with absolutely nothing, not even clothing. and come out alive after an extended period of time. you just have to know what your doing. a more proper name for this video would be "10 convenient items for survival". they would help a great deal, but calling them essential is a misnomer.

  9. Glad to see a young man teaching the 10 Essentials!  I've taught this in my Outdoor Living classes for the last 40 years, but it seems that many people who participate in outdoor pursuits today have never heard about them before. Keep it up – these few items are the basics for any survival kit on any continent. Other items can be added, but always carry the 10 Essentials: Map, compass, sunglasses/sunscreen, extra food, extra clothes, headlamp/flashlight, first aid kit, fire tinder, matches/lighter/fire steel, and knife. 

  10. VERY GOOD, ARE YOU BRITISH RIGHT.> BY THE ACCENT 🙂 I'VE BEEN 4 DAYS NO WATTER AND 5 DAYS NO FOOD.,. :P

  11. what kind of pouch did you use for the carry all pouch? 

  12. ScottsUtubeWorld

    Great information!  I personally prefer the half 550 paracord, or often referred to as 275 paracord.  It's about half the weight, and half the bulk, meaning that you can carry twice the length for the same weight and bulk.  And if you need 550+ lbs of strength, you can simply double it.  So it's more versatile.  Cheers from Southern California.  –Scott

  13. LAW # ONE
    Minimum daily caloric intake requirement = 3500
    If the area you are in does not sustain enough food, you are DEAD.
    Most people who find themselves in a survival situation are not carrying anything so having a list of shit to have is a moot point. If where you find yourself is remote wilderness, which is the worst case scenario, you best be securing a FOOD source before you do anything else. Setting up camp is an "end of the day" type of task. Keep moving towards gaining a food source, which will more than likely a water source as well. Animals will head towards water and water is the easiest place to first find food.

  14. Thanks for posting this video. Sure, my kit is slightly different but hey…I do not live in England! Thanks again.

  15. 3 hours without shelter

  16. The pattern 58 crusader cooking pot is a good bit of kit. Thanks for sharing.

  17. You could add a couple of 3mm contractor trash bags also!

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