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Survival Bros uses an old Gerber “Flayer” knife to chop fruit for a quick product review.¬† This knife is hard to find.¬† Cameron bought it at a garage sale for just $3.¬† Now he has it up for sale on his eBay account: Survival Bros Listings¬† Check out our online Auctions, and bid on some cool outdoor gear.¬† More here soon on your Emergency Preparedness Blog: #survivalbros¬† Please comment on this video, like it, and share the link with your friends.¬† Thanks for watching our channel, and reading our articles!

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Cam recommends cleaning and conditioning old leather with Saddle Soap, or Dr. Martens Wonder Balsam.  But does it work on Lizard?  Let us know.

Produced By Cameron McKirdy

Learn all about the NEW contest from Survival Bros, and Cougar Ridge Knives!¬† Visit, or ship your Altoids Survival Tin Kit to the shop for review at:¬†3348 Hwy 101 N.¬†Seaside¬†OR¬†97138 USA ¬†Call Rick Smith at (503) 738-9812 for additional details on this giveaway. ¬†There’s incredible prizes on the line. ¬†Lots more soon, so keep checking back on this blog post. ¬†Good luck preppers. ¬†

*Good news:  

This contest has been extended, and is now running until May 1, 2014.  So get those entries in.  If you are shipping them, please include money for return postage.  Thank you.

Here’s the official rules:

1.  All contents must be legal commercially available products.  All contents must fit inside an Altoids tin and close.  Paracord can be used to wrap the tin.

2.  Entry submissions can be returned with provided postage, or pickup within 30 days after the contest end.

3.  Contest will run from 3/15/14 Р5/1/14.  Entries will be judged on practical use and creativity.

Prizes:  

1st Prize – Gerber emergency survival pack valued at $60

2nd Prize – Coast emergency lantern valued at $40

3rd Prize – CRKT Eat’N Tool valued at $8

 

survival tin contest prizes

Survival Bros visits a fine knife shop on the Oregon Coast.  Stop by the store when you take a trip to the beach. 

Owner Rick Smith tell you how you can create a knife with expert guidance at his shop Cougar Ridge Knives in Gearhart, Oregon. 

Produced By Cameron McKirdy

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This is my new and improved EDC keychain system. ¬†Now I have many practical items handy at all times, with little redundancy. I plan on changing out gear as I acquire smaller, higher quality tools, but this is stuff I had on hand. Everything fits easily in my pocket, since I usually wear athletic shorts, and not tight pants like a hipster. ¬†I’ve also hooked my everyday carry survival keychain to the belt loop on my jeans, and to the outside of my tactical Bug Out Bag, for easy access. ¬†I’d like to add a telepen, peanut lighter, USB thumb drive, glow in the dark tape, 550 paracord, bit driver, seat-belt cutter/knife sharpener, and maybe something for self defense like a kubaton, or pepper spray. ¬†

I will update this blog post as the project develops. Tell us what’s on your keychain, and help out other Survival Bros readers. Below is the EDC Keychain items list. Thanks for visiting.

– Sharpie Mini
– CRKT Eat N’ Tool (tactical spork)
– 4 In One Tool: whistle, compass, thermometer, magnifying glass
– Gerber Shard multitool: pry bar, bottle/can opener, Phillips/Standard screw driver, nail puller
– Coast Products TX5 Night Vision Red Keychain light
– LED LENSER P3 AFS P focusing LED light with pocket clip, sheath, and carabiner included
– Leatherman Style Multitool: knife, tweezers, nail file, and scissors
– Kershaw Rainbow Chive with Tip-lock (Ken Onion Design)
– Mini Nail Clippers
– Waterproof pill container
– Lighter Leash for Bic
– Belt Loop Clasp