What's going on guys black scout survival and this is uh got another grip gear review today for you and this is the randall's adventure and training pocket survival kit this is something new a new product they have out i hadn't really seen anything online yet so i really wanted to do a review on it.
And it's an altoid 10 style kit or john lofty wiseman british sas style kit you know a small tin that you can carry with you it's actually i think a little bit smaller than the altoids maybe or maybe it's the exact same size i don't know but it's a good small kit that you can have on your.
Person every day always on your person now a kit like this you obviously want to pair with a larger knife you know a pair with a good knife and a canteen and you should be good to go but you know you can't have everything you want a small kit like this but it's good.
To have a few items that can help aid you or can use as a redundancy in case you lose one of your major items and you have some smaller things in here to take the place of so let's go ahead and open up you can see obviously sc logo rainbows miniature training logo kit there.
Opening up the first thing you see is a bright strike and this is a small light that can either strobe sos and stuff like that or constant on and it has a tape back so you can stick it anything you want to now whenever i was down there i think a year and a half ago down there at sc i was taking an advanced field survival course with them.
And we use these because we couldn't use uh headlamps or flashlights at night to do night navigation we had to have these on us so they could spot us make sure we didn't get hurt or killed or anything like that but anyhow you could see these things from a long long way away so they.
Definitely can be used to signal and also to illuminate the next thing you have there is a piece or a hank of brass wire for snare making gear repair and stuff like that fire you have four tender quick tabs you know those are excellent we've.
Talked about those many times in the past for fire making you have a ranger fire steel and these are popular with the british sas type kits and stuff like that i've got them before they work very well and basically it's a steel handle rod that holds the ferrous cm rod in there and you got a striker there.
The next thing is in this pouch is some parachute cord i think this is type 3 or type 1 whichever one it in paracord like the standard that you're recognized with but this is military dummy or tether cord can be used to make shelters gear repair and stuff like that whatever you need it to do with it.
Then you have a razor blade derma safe knife so you can you know lay fish clean them out whatever it is your knife goes dull whatever it may be you got a good blade there you have a very small button compass you know general navigation gross navigation.
You also have a fishing kit has good uh like a hand line reel there some hooks some weights and a jig there so catch some fish with then after that you have a small signal mirror and this is a metal one.
And it has uh directions on the back there so you know good good small signal mirror and then inside the key you have the general uh survival guide that comes with most sc knives or business card so that's what you get in the kit man it's a good little kit for the price you.
Know um for those guys that won't you know want to have a small piece of insurance and care with them all the time or that are you know essie fans that wants the new sc gear that's also a good thing you know i like how they branch out and make different things other than just knives and actual survival equipment you know.
And uh i'm a big believer in small survival kits like this having them as a redundancy kit or also just having them because they're easy to have on your person so i like this kit it's very cool so check it out at scnives check out blackscoutsfor.com for more tips tutorials and gear reviews and as always thanks for watching.
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