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If you’re a prepper, a simple prescription pill bottle can be incredibly useful. It’s durable, waterproof, and small enough to fit in your pocket, making it a perfect container for a mini survival kit. A couple years ago I wrote about Survival At Home’s pill bottle survival kit, but that is just one of at least nine uses for pill bottles.
This article by Survival Life has pictures, links, and videos that show how to turn a pill bottle into a first aid kit, a sewing kit, a money container, a hide-a-key, an ammo container, a battery container, a seed container, and a fire starter.
The author writes, “Don’t throw away that empty prescription bottle! Here’s how to make a survival kit and a first aid kit using an empty plastic pill bottle which can fit anywhere. Survival Kit: You can put anything you want in your survival kit as long as it fits without damaging any of the other components. Obviously the bigger your pill bottle, the more stuff you can put in your survival kit. While it’s not a full-fledged bug-out bag, what you put in your pill bottle can help you in a dire emergency.” Follow the link below to keep reading.