Bear Onyx B-550 Bug Out Paracord Survival Grenade Earthquake Survival Kit | Emergency Supplies for 3-Days I Hurricane, Earthquake, Tornado Disaster Preparedness |

Bear Onyx B-550 Bug Out Paracord Survival Grenade Earthquake Survival Kit | Emergency Supplies for 3-Days I Hurricane, Earthquake, Tornado Disaster Preparedness |

  • 51 IN 1 TOOL SURVIVAL KIT- Cut wood, build a fire, build a shelter, apply basic first aid, cook, and use the reflective mirror to signal for help and much more! There are Dozens of Uses for the items inside.
  • EDC READY- Within minutes, you’d be able to lash together a shelter, catch a fish, snare a squirrel and create trip-wires with tin cans to alert you of others.
  • PARACORD FRAG SIZE- Each Bug Out Frag is light weight, approximately 8.2 ounces and compact in size slightly smaller than a softball at 3.25″.
  • EMERGENCY BLANKET- Perfect for emergency situations where warmth or protection from all-weather conditions is required. Helps prevent hypothermia and shock by retaining/reflecting up to 90% of a user’s body heat
  • BEAR ONYX CUSTOMER CARE- WE PROVIDE 100% SATISFACTION WITH OUR BUG OUT KITS OR MONEY BACK GUARANTEED!

The BEAR ONYX B-550 Paracord Grenade is designed to be a one time unravel deploy emergency kit that will ensure all the tools are there when you need it. Once the grenade has been unraveled, it cannot be reassembled, with our Bear Onyx Pouch you can put items back in the bag for re-use along with scavenging other useful items along your journey.

What comes included is:
Around 48 feet of 550 paracord
-2 feet. safety orange thin paracord
-Compass
-LED flashlight
-Multi tool pocket knife
-Dog Tag Signal Mirror
-Ferrocerium Fire Starter Rod
-Flint Striker
-30feet of 12 pound Test Fishing Line
-4 Fishing hooks
-4 Split Shot Weights
-2 Bobby Pins
-2 Wound Plasters
-P38 Can Opener
-Compressed Towel Tablet
-Jute Twine
-1 Salted Glow Fish
-1 Carabiner
-1 Bug Out Bag
-2 Mosquito Wipes
-2 Mini Glow Sticks
-2 Flotation Bobbers
-1 Needle and Thread
-Razor Blade
-2 Military Grade Tripwire
-Aluminum Foil
-Wire Saw
-4 Water Purification Tablets
-2 Safety Pins
-Firestarter Whistle Buckle
-2 Split Rings
-3 Inches of Electrical Tape
-Plastic Ball

550 pound paracord originally associated with airborne units and divisions, paracord is widely used by many military units in almost any situation where light cordage is needed. Typical uses include attaching equipment to harnesses, as dummy cords to avoid losing small or important items, tying rucksacks to vehicle racks, securing camouflage nets to trees or vehicles, and so forth. When threaded with beads, paracord can be used as a pace counter to estimate ground covered by foot.



 

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