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Survival thingy

Thrud

Richard Proenneke
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This was in the "tempting" section on the way out of Anaconda and it worked.
$9.99
Whistle, striker, ferro rod, Steel wool tinder and tungsten tip for breaking car windows
 

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Randall

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It looks a great find Thrud. I have a pen with a glass breaker; the glass breaker has been useful for other things like punching holes in coconuts and drinking the liquid :).

I only mention this because my partner wasn't aware of it; many packs come with integrated harness clip and whistle - all black wolf packs for example. I pointed this out to my partner on her pack. Having an extra survival tool at no extra weight or space, especially in such a handy location, is nice to know.

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