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Step 1: Supplies
For this instructable you’ll need:
1 Altoids Tin (empty)-this will be used to store all the items in the kit
1 Large Trash Bag-this have many uses including a poncho, shelter, or whatever else you can think of
5 Rubber Bands-3 will be used to wrap around the trash bag, 1 for the fishing line, and 1 for the cord
4 Fish Hooks and 20 Ft. of fishing line- these can be used to make a fishing rod, with which you can catch fish to eat
10 Ft. of Cord- this can be used to help make a shelter, keep food out of reach of bears, or whatever else you might need it for
1 BSA Hot Spark-this is flint and steel combination that serves as a fire starter if your matches won’t lite
5 Matches-used to start fires
1 Match Striker Piece-used to strike matches on
1 Birthday Candle-this can be used to coat the cotton balls in wax to make them waterproof or as a temporary light source
2 Cotton Balls-great for starting fires especially in coated with wax or petroleum jelly
Lets get started!
Step 2: Rubberbanding and Placement of Trashbag
First roll your trash bag so that it can fit into the Altiods tin. Then place 3 rubber bands around it to stop it from unrolling. Then place the rubber banded trash bag into the tin.
Step 3: Putting in Some Other Stuff
For this part get your hot spark, matches, and candle and place them in the side of the tin that doesn’t have the trash bag. Then put the hooks, fishing line, match striker on top. Place the cotton balls on top of that. Place one end of the cord in the tin and close.
Step 4: Finishing Touches
Once you have the cord firmly in the tin wrap it around the tin’s exterior until your cord is wrapped all the way around. Then rubber band it in place and you are done!!!
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