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Old 10-07-2017, 11:43 AM
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Default $20 bucks or less Survival items.

It doesn't take much to get started prepping.

What are your main under $20 bucks survival items? Links are highly appreciated.

I'll start with my list.

Sawyer Mini Filter $19.97
https://smile.amazon.com/Sawyer-Prod...%2Bfilter&th=1

Water purification tablets $8
https://smile.amazon.com/Potable-Aqu...CYW269N1EJB779

Sceptre Gas Cans at Costco $13.99
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Cyalume Chemlights/Snaplights 10pk $9
https://smile.amazon.com/Cyalume-Gre...W41HA9W0QVBEAH

Magnesium firestarter bar $5
https://smile.amazon.com/SE-FS374-Al...9MTAY5GTR2MZTC
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You can literally type that into Amazon and get many items. I'll post one I didn't have for a long time.

Water pump

https://www.amazon.com/Emergency-Dis...lon+drum&psc=1
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I only posted items I actually have.
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12 Hour Beeswax Candle, 3pk ~$10

Beeswax is multipurpose.

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http://www.calguns.net/calgunforum/s....php?t=1122509
Here's an old thread regarding multi use items and they happen to all be under $20 iirc.
The point to the thread was getting into prepping on the cheap and addressing the logistical nightmare + the cost that results from buying all of the "prepper required minimum gear" or whatever is commonly preached on the web these days.
Multi use household items can get anybody started.

*Most of the stuff discussed in the thread should already be in the home. It just needs to be organized and utilized properly.
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RATS tourniquet. https://smile.amazon.com/Rapid-Appli...ts+tourniquets

Stop bleeding to death.
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RATS tourniquet. https://smile.amazon.com/Rapid-Appli...ts+tourniquets

Stop bleeding to death.
Nice, I need to try the RATS, I do have a few SWAT-Ts

https://smile.amazon.com/SWAT-T-Tour...0KGDFKACD6DMBC

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10 year shelf stable diy bleach in dry form. Probably cheaper to buy locally.

DryTec 23224 Extra Shock Treatment for Swimming Pool Chlorine Bag, 1 lb.
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Great for a BOB in a hot car trunk

$5
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Ultimate-...-Bar/122858544
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Tactical Spork.

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4 way Silcock Key. Absolutely necessary for a BOB or GHB. Every commercial building has a hose bib somewhere.....and you need one of these to access it.

https://www.amazon.com/Jones-Stephen...s=sillcock+key

Also Dust Masks....I prep for earthquake / civil unrest. The likely event is earthquake. These will be indispensable after a quake.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L9SVTA6...507655719&sr=1

Quality gloves....again...after a quake? You better have gloves. I keep two pair in my bag and another in my car kit.....along with the items above.

Either style will do.

https://www.amazon.com/Mechanix-Wear...echanix+gloves

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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1 gallon bottled water. $1.19.at safeway.
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4 way Silcock Key. Absolutely necessary for a BOB or GHB. Every commercial building has a hose bib somewhere.....and you need one of these to access it.

https://www.amazon.com/Jones-Stephen...s=sillcock+key

Also Dust Masks....I prep for earthquake / civil unrest. The likely event is earthquake. These will be indispensable after a quake.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01L9SVTA6...507655719&sr=1

Quality gloves....again...after a quake? You better have gloves. I keep two pair in my bag and another in my car kit.....along with the items above.

Either style will do.

https://www.amazon.com/Mechanix-Wear...echanix+gloves

https://www.amazon.com/Mechanix-Wear...echanix+gloves
Good idea with the mask. Being seeing a lot of those on the news with all the fires.
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Be surprised how often these come in handy, especially with kids etc.

6 Piece Eye Wash Kit

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Paracord.

Survival Kit in a Can
https://www.amazon.com/Coghlan39-Sur.../dp/B0711XV4CN

Compass

Socks

Box o bullets for your gun
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A basic starter survival kit:

https://www.rei.com/product/100244/u...urvival-kit-10

Water Purification:

https://www.rei.com/product/695229/k...-package-of-30

Multipurpose blanket:

https://www.rei.com/product/407106/s...eather-blanket

Fire Starter:

https://www.rei.com/product/868900/u...ce-firestarter

First Aid Kit:

https://www.rei.com/product/708124/a...-first-aid-kit

Fixed Blade Knife:

https://www.amazon.com/Morakniv-Comp.../dp/B004TNWD40

Flashlight:

https://www.amazon.com/Maglite-2-Cel...ywords=maglite
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4 way Silcock Key. Absolutely necessary for a BOB or GHB. Every commercial building has a hose bib somewhere.....and you need one of these to access it.

https://www.amazon.com/Jones-Stephen...s=sillcock+key
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Start with the easiest and most crucial - water.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Aqua-Tain...3=1917&veh=sem
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Are peopel still seeing the sceptre cans in costcos? I didn't hear about htem until now. Would be nice to pick up a few more.
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1 gallon bottled water. $1.19.at safeway.
Think about the most important item needed to survive. Think the rule of three:
-Three minutes without oxygen & you are dead
-Three days without water & you are dead
-Three weeks without food and you are dead

Obviously the above items can vary but it is general enough to have been given the Rule of Three title.

It will be pretty difficult to prepare for the lack of oxygen scenario. Sorry.

You can store water at home, at work, in your car, almost everywhere.

Start with water storage. Here in So Cal a big earthquake will most likely rupture water mains. All that freeze dried food you bought will be almost worthless without water to rehydrate it. If you live in any of the suburban or urban areas of So Cal, you can't just go to the backyard well or a mile to the local stream or river. WATER STORAGE IS PRIMARY!!!!
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Water is key for any survival situation.
How to gather it, make it safer to drink and storage.

Sponges to the rescue. I keep synthetic sponges in my camping gear and GHB.
Sponges will get you water from a puddle, leaves (dew) streams/rivers/ponds etc..

They can be used as a filter/strainer to catch the big chunks before you attempt to filter through a clothe/bandanna etc,,

We all know about using sponges for hygiene and other cleaning.

I bought the biggest ones I could find. I can cut them down smaller if needed.
These take up no room and store forever and cost almost nothing.
I keep mine in 1 gallon zip loc freezer bags so I can store it wet if necessary.
The freezer bags can store water too so...
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Start with water storage. Here in So Cal a big earthquake will most likely rupture water mains. All that freeze dried food you bought will be almost worthless without water to rehydrate it. If you live in any of the suburban or urban areas of So Cal, you can't just go to the backyard well or a mile to the local stream or river. WATER STORAGE IS PRIMARY!!!!
When I took a CERT class a couple years ago they told us that our area is unlikely to be seriously affected on a mass level by the direct affect of an earthquake . . . but we get all of our water from the California Aqueduct - which crosses the fault line. Once that is ruptured you are down to the water stored by your local city - usually 1 to 3 months worth (in normal conditions). People will be trying to hoard water once they realize, so a 3 month water supply may last 3 weeks (& that's if you can get to it). Whatever your plan, if you live in SoCal and it doesn't involve water, it's a bad plan.
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They also said it would take over a year to repair the damage (& that's if the only damage is the aqueduct). So that's 9 - 11 months without water in SoCal (best case scenario).
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Polar Pure, treats a hell of a lot more water than the tablets for a little more money.

https://www.amazon.com/Polar-Pure-Io...+pure+crystals
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These are great for at home use if needed. Water storage bladders that go in your bath tub:

I paid 20.00 for the exact same one, not sure why the price shown is higher:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Amazon is smoking something, you can get them direct from here:

https://waterbob.com/order-waterbob/

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Once that is ruptured you are down to the water stored by your local city - usually 1 to 3 months worth
Not even close. Try a week, maybe. In some areas, it could hours if certain pumps are not available.
Depending on where you live, loss of power can mean loss of water service.

Get some water stored at home, don't count on anything coming out of the tap in the event of a real emergency.
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Chlorine Bleach, about a buck, for about a gallon.
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Just a bit over $20, Luggable Loo toilet seat cover (snaps on any 5-6 gallon plastic bucket you already have), toilet paper and small trash can liners.

Sanitation is a reality overlooked by many. Especially important for those bugging in. Filled plastic bags can be buried or taken off site.
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Manuel can openers... a handful of BIC lighters... a big box of AA batteries... a Rayovac Indestructible flashlight... etc.
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These little gas stoves are cheap and work remarkably well.
https://www.amazon.com/Etekcity-Ultr...ect+city+stove

Life Straw water purifier.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B006QF3TW4...H08U7MTB&psc=0
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Every year, roughly 850,000 people die around the globe from diarrheal causes secondary to poor sanitation, poor hygiene, and contaminated water. Thus, in my preps I combined clean water access with "hygiene / sanitation" in my preps above food.

I have two toilet kits. There's a snap-on toilet lid on each. Inside each is 50 powdered chemical toilet deodorizer packets, 50 heavy duty extra thick trash bags, a long roll of commercial grade duct tape, a package of biohazard bags, and a box of medical gloves. Separately, I have a case (~50 rolls) of TP, multiple liters of hand sanitizer, cans and cans of Lysol, and barrels of chlorine wipes.

In "the big one," I think the rolling tide of disease post-quake is going to kill many times more than the quake itself or even the spasm of violence to follow. In addition, never underestimate the morale factor of a quality dump. These preps will take me to six months of bathroom use and hygiene.
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Good stuff guys.

Antibiotics from the feed store... they're cheap. And make sure you print a dosage chart and are extremely careful if it ever comes time where you need to use them without a doc's supervision. I'm fortunate my hole-up place is next door to a doctor (who's also right-wing prepper nut ) but if there's a huge quake and you get injured you need medication and a guide on how to administer it. Too much or the wrong kind of antibiotics can lead to things like C-diff and then you're REALLY in a pickle. But if you're sheltered in place for days, weeks, or months... what the hell are you going to do if you get an abscess tooth?
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My local 99 cent store had a single burner butane stove with case for $9.99. Looks like this https://www.webstaurantstore.com/1-b...SABEgJiZPD_BwE

They also are selling the butane canisters for 99 cent/ea.
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I bought a few of these as Christmas gifts, much sturdier than I thought. Great little shovel tool.
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Just a bit over $20, Luggable Loo toilet seat cover (snaps on any 5-6 gallon plastic bucket you already have), toilet paper and small trash can liners.

Sanitation is a reality overlooked by many. Especially important for those bugging in. Filled plastic bags can be buried or taken off site.


Reliance Products Double Doodie Toilet Waste Bags (6-Pack) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0024O0W94..._SsvzAb1JGC5Z6
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Had a flashback to op desert storm. At various locations we simply entrenched several of those connectable camo poles (plastic poles designed to hold camo netting over equipment)
And we used them to P in. After a while of course the stench was a bit too much and ended using these rectangular latrine boxes. Lower half plywoos, upper half screen.
Half fuel drums were stored in lower part of latrine. At various times someone would drag the barrels away and set them on fire.

Man those latrines were NASTY. Open the door to go inside and were greeted with more flies than a Amityville horror movie set.
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