10 Survival Gear Items That Last Forever

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A list of 10 survival items that will last damn near forever!

Videos pertainent to this top ten list
See part 2 here


Firebox Stove

Fivejoy Shovel

Scepter Gas can

NEW Survivor cord XT
(NEW!!) TITAN SurvivorCord XT (Kevlar + Survivorcord)

Leatherman P4

Firebox Stove



Wool Blanket
Wool Blanket (70%) Military Grade

Nalgene Stainless steel bottle
Nalgene Stainless Steel Bottle

ALICE Rucksack

NATA Chopper
Silky NATA 240 mm Hatchet/ Chopper
Fivejoy Shovel

CANADIAN PREPPERS STORE / Premium Survival/ Emergency Equipment

Gasmasks and Protective Equipment
First Aid

Emergency Food Supplies

Survival Tools

Shelter and Sleep Systems

Water Filtration
Water Filtration

Cooking Systems

Silky Saws
Silky Saws

Flashlights & Navigation

Survival Gear/ Misc
Protection/ Hunting

Fire Starting
Fire Making

Hygiene | Toilet Paper Tablets!

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10 Responses

  1. Gibby Kirwan says:

    Interesting list. I would replace the firebox though with a Kelly Kettle cooking system. Boils faster, cooks better & has more adaptability. Only downside is its big & bulky. My Basecamp is almost 25yrs old & is used every week but looks new. The smaller trekker is almost 8yrs old, used daily & also looks new.

  2. 1-NAVVet says:

    I can respect your list but need my Swiss Army knife (I’ve had for 30 years), compass, ceramic sharpening rod or puck, and flint/steel or rod for fire starting are “must haves” on anyone’s list. In addition, to gear one must have the hands on knowledge to use their items from their “ must have or essentials” list…. practice, practice, practice with your essentials ! Gear doesn’t help much if haven’t taken the time to Become familiar with it.

  3. David Fox says:

    Marbles camp axe. $20-25, real forged head, quality steel. You’re going to need to reprofile and sharpen it, but they are worth the time required to do so.

  4. Alex Haubold says:

    Titan survivor cord, letterman multitool American made knife, can opener, five joy survival shovel firebox folding stove, SAS survival bow and arrow, scepter fuel can, wool blanket, stainless steel canteen alivepack silky saw

  5. alanj says:

    This whole video, with exception of the wool blanket, felt like one big ad for overpriced items/gear. Though most are good items to have, I’m sure there are much more affordable options out there that will hold up just as well.

  6. A folding camp saw, my Agwa Canyon saw serves me well, compined with a good hatchet your set.

  7. I’ve been looking for a roll down organizer like the one you pulled the firebox out of. What site would I be able to pick one up at? Thanks in advance

  8. Greg Brecker says:

    Loved the no bullshit selection. Not overly focused on one aspect. Many not need all but, what’s needed would be dead on!

  9. I would add a walking pole, we never know what could happen, support for our feet is a must.

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