Best survival kit on the market

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  1. Kahr

    Kahr New Member

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    Model 500ES - Emergency Survival Tool Kit contains:​
    • Smith & Wesson Model 500, 2 3/4" Barrel with Bright Orange Hogue® recoil reducing grip
    • Waterproof Storm® Case
    • Blast Match™ Firestarter and WetFire tender
    • Saber Cut™ Saw with fabric sheath
    • Jet Scream™ whistle
    • Star Flash™ signal mirror
    • Polaris® compass
    • Two MPI Mylar Space® Emergency Blankets
    • Smith & Wesson Extreme Ops Liner Lock Folding Knife with Black Sheath
    • "Bear Attacks of the Century - True Stories of Courage and Survival" book by Larry Mueller and Marguerite Reiss

    A list like that can't go without a picture of course.
    http://www.smith-wesson.com/wcsstore/SmWesson/upload/images/firearms/163503_case_lg.jpg

    Seriously though, if I could afford to blow $1400 dollars I would have one ordered tommorow, the novelty of it is what appeals to me the most, cause I'm pretty sure the only way I would shoot a snub .500 is if I really was getting attacked by a bear.
  2. southernshooter

    southernshooter New Member

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    I was looking at this brochure at my dealers today wouldn't mind having it myself
  3. Ursus

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    I would if I could!! And keep in mind that there are no bears around here.
  4. Marlin T

    Marlin T Active Member

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    Water first off is the most important, what is the ratio to have? One gallon per day? For three days. Some sort of food stuffs for three days. Your meds and of course don't forget your iPod/radio for emergency announcements.

    Really that is all you really need. Now look at the 'luxuries' that you can't live without, like toilet paper, the toilet (shovel) and a portable shower. Just joking, weapon of choice, like the one in box would be nice...

    All of this should be ready to go in something that you can carry. Just a little bigger than that box.
    Last edited: Aug 1, 2006
  5. ryan_marine

    ryan_marine New Member

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    Two Items,
    Sat Phone and S&W 500 with a 4" barrel.

    Ray
  6. 358 winchester

    358 winchester *TFF Admin Staff*

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    Have you all lost your minds:confused: there isn't a single bean in that kit:D and I ain't running this is my home and I am stay to the bitter end, Cause my gear is just to dang much to haul;)
    Ron
  7. southernshooter

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    A case of M.R.E.'s is about 1012x16 so it's gotta be at least that big
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