There are those survivalists out there with extreme preferences for one piece of gear over another. They’re fanatics; they have multiple bug-out bags at home, in the car, and at the office. Then there’s everyone else, the one’s who don’t yet have a fallout-shelter on a plot of land in the woods. For those people there is The Nomad – 1 Person Standard Survival Package from Shepherd Survival Supply.
Everyone should own at least one bug-out bag. Let’s face it, the state of the world isn’t perfect – you never know when all hell will break loose, and the economy will crumble nothing… Or when a storm will trap you in your home, or in your car on a long road trip. With basic survival gear available you won’t have to lose your life over a little misfortune.
The Nomad survival kit has everything one person needs to survive for three days, and they pack $600 worth of gear into a $399 package. Talk about saving – finances, and potentially your life.
The kit includes: two knives and a multi-tool, a knife sharpener and a folding shovel. It has two compasses, including one with a thermometer. There are flashlights, glow-sticks, and candles. A first aid kit. A cup, water bottle, water bag, water filter, and purification tablets. An emergency stove. Energy bars. A heat blanket, emergency shelter, and a poncho. Matches, fire-starters, a magnifier, and tinder. A radio, whistle, and signal mirror. Duct tape. Hygiene stuff. Gloves. A sewing kit. A knot-guide. A survival pocket-guide. An N95 surgical mask. And a pocket survival pack. Plus, it all comes in a durable camo bag.
It goes without saying this kit packs a lot of gear. Consider it insurance: you hope you never need it, but if you do you’ll be glad you have it. Put a little aside and get this affordable survival bag ASAP.
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