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I want a list of survival equipment that I can buy and if you can also tell me where I can buy it will be helpful.

Can you give a good list of survival equipment?

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Survival List:
- knife/multi tool (steel would be best)
- another knife with a serrated blade (a steel blade will be best)
- compass
- canteen
- flint rock
- water proof matches (yes they do make them)
- dehydrated food
- binoculars
- rope
- some form of warm clothing
go to http://www.doomsdayprep.com

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