1L psk

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  1. Pinelogcreek

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    With the help of things I’ve learned here and other places I have put together a small psk that it think covers the basics pretty well for the size. I have carried it on several hikes and the size fits in a daypack well. Everything fits into the zip top bag with the blanket except the rain poncho and knife. The clip let’s be hand it from my belt it I decide to leave my pack for any reason. I’m open to any suggestions.

    Osprey 1 liter stiff sack
    Niteize locking clip
    SAK Farmer with firesteel
    SOL 2 person survival blanket
    Walmart rain poncho
    TOPS whistle
    Two whirlpack bags
    Six aquamira tabs
    20 ft Kevlar cord
    Bic lighter
    Chap stick
    Cotton balls
    Benadryl and Zantac
    Compass
    Photon microlight
    Small signal mirror
    MRE Matches
    Gorilla tape
    Leukotape
    Two bandaids
    Bens bug wipes

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    Very nice compact kit
     
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    I am allergic to seafood so no fishing kit.
     
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    Here's a thread on a 'larger' kit, and it will clip to your belt. There's also room in the pouch for a small, thin tarp-ish thing to make it easier to waterproof a roof (though contractor bags work well for that.)

    https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/ditch-kit-psk.89100/

    I'm not sure why the pics are so small, but you can click on them and they'll expand. A container, a full sized knife, fire, and a waterproof sheet of some sort are probably the 4 things that are hardest to improvise/save the most time.
     
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    That was a cool thread thanks for the link.
     
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    'welcome.
     
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    Nice kit!

    Looking at some of my old kits lately, I found that I almost always stuck a snack bar of some sort into the mix. They seem to keep forever.
     
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