Readyman Wilderness Survival Card

Dec 23, 2015

Category: Gear

Survival kits are getting smaller and smaller, and now they’re to the point where you can find a small enough kit to fit inside of your wallet. For example, check out the Readyman Wilderness Survival Card.

It’s one of the most thought-out survival cards on the market, and it comes with a slew of interesting and useful tools that you might need at one point or another. The card is made from stainless steel, allowing it to be incredibly strong while remaining lightweight enough to carry around with you all day. The kit comes with various mini saws that will allow you to cut through rope and wood, various arrowheads to allow you to make spears or arrows for hunting, nine fishing hooks, and four snare locks to allow you to set up traps in the wilderness with ease. These tools could make the difference between life and death in a survival situation. The kit card is available for $20. Watch the video below. [Purchase]

Readyman Wilderness Survival Card 1

Readyman Wilderness Survival Card 2

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