45 Survival/SHTF Tips!

Published on Feb 10, 2013
Howdy, here’s some pretty handy survival tips that may just save your buttocks.
Part 2 Here – www.youtube.com/watch?v=PVoQN5RS21g

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  1. NZHALKO2

    u are using Gear-Brylls-Chinaplastic-Pseudo-All-In-One-Survival-Crap? Fuck
    you, i hope u will die by falling from a mountain or from beeing tramped
    from a Grizzly. U cant teach me anything 

  2. Robin Ward

    unfortunately the watch compass idea doesn’t take into consideration
    declination so it is only going to give you a general direction not get you
    to your location

  3. Tim Rodemann

    Some very good tips… even an old fart like me can learn something
    watchin’ this.

  4. Justine Dauenhauer

    When in the northern hemisphere and lost always head dead south most
    streets and fire lines are grounded and north only gets colder!

  5. Dylan Calvin

    It would be a good idea to onvest in a lifestraw. Water filtration in the
    simplest way.

  6. MrSkypony

    Yes mate you forgot one thing…add a 22 lr pistol in your kit for hunting
    and signaling OH WAIT I forgot you people in the UK gave up you rights to
    own a gun so if you live in the UK just wish you had a gun when you make up
    your kit. Those in the USA please ad a good 22 pistol to your kit…That is
    all

  7. 05017351

    Aside from SOS in Morse code, there is also the international distress
    signal recognised by professional rescue services. It is 6 long blasts on a
    whistle or 6 long torch flashes repeated at 1 minute intervals. The
    response is 3 blasts or flashes at 1 minute intervals. If you get a
    response, DO NOT stop signalling until rescue arrives!! If you hear the
    distress signal, only give the response IF YOU INTEND TO ASSIST.

  8. Ben Mcintosh

    always have a AA battery or any kind of battery with a little bit of steel
    wool both together can and will make a fire.

  9. cbb6278

    Other reasons to carry cigarettes, in case you can’t get to a doctor or
    something

    • Situation 1: worms and other intestinal parasites
    In the case of intestinal parasites, you can eat one to one and one-half
    cigarettes (a treatment that you may repeat every 48 hours, if needed) to
    flush the parasites from your intestinal tract. Your other survival guide
    options are to mix four tablespoons of salt with a quart of water and drink
    it (do not repeat this treatment), or to drink two tablespoons of kerosene.

    • Situation 2: the unexpected and severe toothache
    Tobacco is a natural antiseptic with pain relieving properties, and the
    tobacco found in a cigarette can be used to pack a broken or aching tooth,
    in order to help relieve the pain and help guard against an infection.

    • Situation 3: staunching the flow of blood from a wound
    Tobacco products are known to constrict blood vessels and limit the
    delivery of blood and oxygen to the body’s tissues. This normally is a bad
    thing, and you will not hear a doctor advise you to use tobacco if you
    intend to heal properly from a wound; but in a survival situation in which
    you have a bleeding wound, a cigarette may be just what you need because
    tobacco is an antiseptic with pain relieving properties. In this case, you
    can take a cigarette and remove the tobacco from it. Pack the wound with
    the tobacco, and then wrap the wound with a strip of cloth, from your shirt
    or pant leg. You can follow this advice for burns, as well, in an attempt
    to relieve pain and guard against infection.

    In a survival situation, you can also use the filter of an unsmoked
    cigarette to absorb fluids and act as a further deterrent to debris and
    possible infectives. The same fibers in a cigarette filter are found in
    infants’ diapers and womens’ feminine products, because of their highly
    absorptive properties. In the case of a puncture wound, you can opt to pack
    the wound with clean cigarette filters, and sprinkle with clean tobacco,
    and finish the wound dressing up with a clean strip of cloth.

    Also if you get stung by a bee/yellow jacket/wasp/etc get the stinger out
    if it is in your/someone else’s skin. Make sure that you or the other
    person isn’t allergic to bees. Moisten the tobacco and place over the area
    of the sting. This will help ease the swelling and pain. 

  10. Marko Hynninen

    Tinfoil is wery handy, you san make a tinfoil hat out of it… ( JOKE )
    Good film man = )

  11. David Hopkins

    Be careful of placing rocks too close to your fire because they
    can explode.

  12. Paul V

    steel wool and a 9v battery, piss can be reused as per bear grylls lol n
    bugs are yummy especially fried a tad ^^ read the us survival manual and
    sere manual’s available online in .pdf pack that in your noggin before the
    soviet zombies invade my 2 cents lol

  13. insearchofenlightenment

    aaaah there you did go wrong.. with the toothpaste didn’t check the color
    label 😛 dont want to get nasty chemicals inside of you

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