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    Patrol Guru rkinsey's Avatar
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    1 x good sturdy knife with steel. Preferably a hunting knife with a sheath.
    1 x pocket knife
    2 x large plastic bags. These are used for collecting or containing water or split one into a single sheet to waterproof your shelter.
    1 x roll of parra cord. This is used for making snares, holding up your shelter or lashing
    2 x flint and steel
    2 x boxes waterproof matches
    2 x bottles canteen (1lt each) these also have a cup canteen that they fit into.
    1 x first aid kit (include bandages, anti septic cream, anti hystamine tablets, asprin, water purification tablets, scisors, tape)
    Food rations. (Chocolate bars, tinned sardines, baked beens, tea, coffee, sugar and salt etc)
    1 x orintering compass
    1 x Detailed topo map of the area you are heading into
    1 x bush survival guide. I carry the SAS survival guide I picked up many years ago while still in the military. This shows how to identify plants and various shelter building techniques and a whole lot more.
    1 x pair clean socks (Very important to keep your feet clean and dry becouse you may need them to walk yourself out of trouble) change your socks every day!

    I keep all of this in my set of Aus Military webbing but a good sturdy backpack will do the job nicely.

    Cheers,

    Rob
    Just about to jump into my next Patrol. A 2001 GU II TB45E .

    WARNING!: Do not ever use a towball as a recovery point. They are not rated and can become a deadly projectile during a recovery if they snap off, and they have done so with tragic results in the past.

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    X 2 DX we have those "HOT CANS" along the Hume hwy, You can get coffee lattee, hot chocolate , mushroom soup. well priced for what you get.
    Buy one everytime on the way to the Murray, easy as to use.
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    I have updated the OP with more info reletaing to Personal Survivals Kits

    I will try and provide information on more comprehensive survival kits. Items that will be listed are similar in nature to what I have already included in the kit I have made.

    When time permits, I will also include photo's showing the items for both Personal and Comprehensive Kits.
    2009 GU ST 4.8L AUTO WAGON, 2" OME LIFT, 33" A/T'S, ARB DELUXE BAR, WARN XD9000 WINCH, NARVA 170 SPOTTIES, SCRUB BARS / SIDE STEPS, LONG RANGE TANK, DUALL BATTS, REAR DRAWER SYSTEM, ARB AWNING, KAYMAR REAR WHEEL CARRIER, 3" ZORST

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    Machete and axe. Travel in convoy!
    1999 GU 4500 dual fuel

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