Pack of 4 boxes, 40 matches per box.
Windproof/Waterproof matches. 25 matches per tube.
Box of 300 matches - $2.95
Pack of 3 boxes - $7.95
Starts hundreds of fires with a flame source of 5400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Survival tool, sharpener, fire starter, and bottle opener.
OD green waterproof match safe.
Light, strong, and compact metal construction. Fold flat design for easy storage. Includes 8 Hexamine solid fuel tablets.
8 Hexamine solid fuel tablets. A safe, clean burning fuel that ignites quickly and easily. Each tablet will burn for approximately 20-25 minutes.
The stove is easy to light and will safely burn for about 2 hours, offering not only a cooking source, but lifesaving heat and light. The lightweight stand will hold a small pan, or cup for boiling. It is ideal for emergency kits or bugout bags because it is so easy to use. And, dollar for dollar, the best way to cook without a stove or open fire.
USGI genuine issue stainless steel canteen cup.
USGI genuine issue stainless steel two-piece mess kit.
USGI genuine issue stainless steel three-piece utensil set. Fork, knife, and spoon.
Vintage East German three-piece mess kit.
OD green Foreign Legion Style 5-in-1 utensil set with pouch. Fork, spoon, knife, corkscrew, and can opener.
Deluxe stainless steel four-piece utensil set. Knife, fork, spoon, and can opener.
Columbia River Knife & Tool EAT'N Tool. Spoon/fork combination, bottle opener, screwdriver/pry tip, 3 metric wrenches, and a mini carabiner.
OD green GI spec military poncho. Includes carrying pouch.
70 flashes per minute. Visible up to 1 mile. 40 hours on one D cell battery. A multi-purpose device, it can be used as an accident warning light, hazard caution, distress beacon, or personal safety light. Complete with belt clip and vest pin, it is lightweight and comfortable to wear. The base magnet keeps it in place on any metal surface. Perfect for motorists, boaters, hikers, campers, hunters, cyclists, crossing guards, construction workers.
USGI Improved First Aid Kit. Includes: tourniquet with windlass, nasopharyngeal airway, latex gloves, hemorrhage control compression bandage, compressed gauze, and medical tape.
Intended for emergency disinfection of drinking water. When used as directed, they make most water bacteriologically suitable for drinking. Used worldwide by campers, hikers, military, emergency organizations, and anyone needing to drink water of questionable bacteriologically quality. Treats up to 25 quarts.
2"x3" Signal mirror. Great for making sure you do not stay lost in the outdoors. Constructed from scratch resistant .25" laminated glass. Sighting hole with reflective screen that reflects sunlight for miles. Includes lanyard and instructions for use on back of mirror.
Paracord. 100 ft. bundle.
Multi-purpose pocket survival tool. Must have survival tool that fits easily into your pack or pocket. Constructed from solid stainless steel and includes a handy storage case. Eleven useful functions: can opener, knife edge, flat screwdriver, cap opener, ruler, 4-position wrench, butterfly screw wrench, saw blade, direction ancillary indication, 2-position wrench, and lanyard hole. Measures 2.75" x 1.75"
6" Light sticks. Orange or green available. Glows for 12 hours.
Panel marker flank fluorescent nylon bunting, green. 2 ft 6" x 12 ft.
This Survival Bandana offers great head coverage with a variety of life-saving survival information. It's made from 100% cotton in an orange color. Survival information included: setting up a campsite, finding the North Star, some basic knots, hiking safety, first Aid, food safety, clothing and weather conditions, hydration and waterborne diseases, animal tracks, bear safety, and snake and scorpion bite treatment.
This First Aid Bandana offers great head coverage with a variety of first aid tips and treatments. It's made from 100% cotton in a red color. First aid information included: treatment for shock after any major injury, tick bites, bee stings, snake bites, hypothermia symptoms & treatment, heat exhaustion & stroke symptoms & treatment, fractures, sprains & strains, stopping bleeding and what to do when it has stopped, acute mountain sickness, and pulmonary and cerebral edema.