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1/18/09 2:50 PM
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dunc
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My brother owes me $50.00 and I thought this would be a good way to spend it. Sorry for not posting a question mark.


I have knives and fishing poles.
1/18/09 2:57 PM
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Todd22
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water purification tablets IMO
1/18/09 3:02 PM
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I guess I should say in the $50.00 price range although I agree with you.
1/18/09 4:08 PM
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+1 for water, ammo is always a plus for small game/birds.
1/19/09 10:42 AM
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Don't forget ways to make fire. Lighters, fire steels, matches, flint & steel etc.
You should allways have at least two different ways to make fire at all times.
3/6/09 1:39 AM
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 How about a first aid kit/supplies, along with some antibiotics?
3/6/09 2:29 AM
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Shawn C -  How about a first aid kit/supplies, along with some antibiotics?



Unless you have a Dr in your pocket and some good insurance, $50 bucks won't go far with med supplies and especially antibiotics.
3/6/09 5:46 AM
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 a camelback, fire starter, MRE, compass, map, tourniquette, and solar blanket...

which will all fit in the pocket of the camelback...
  
3/6/09 8:35 AM
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Johnny Fresh -  a camelback, fire starter, MRE, compass, map, tourniquette, and solar blanket...

which will all fit in the pocket of the camelback...
  

^ AGREED but how are you fitting that MRE in a camelback?
3/6/09 8:53 PM
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ClayK - Unless you have a Dr in your pocket and some good insurance, $50 bucks won't go far with med supplies and especially antibiotics.
I priced first aid kits on Amazon, and they are well under $50.

Some antibiotics labelled for animals (which are fine for humans) and you're set.
3/7/09 12:05 AM
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and what comes in those?

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