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    Urban Scavenging Kit: 25 Items You Need To Survive An Urban Disaster

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    Urban Scavenging Kit: 25 Items You Need To Survive An Urban Disaster

    I've written about scavenging before. It's a little bit controversial because some people view it as stealing. The way I see it, if an item no longer has an owner, then finders keepers.

    However, how can you know for sure whether the item has an owner? What if it's a situation where the owner plans on returning to the city after the disaster has passed?

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    On the other hand, what if it's a situation where most people in the city have died? Is the owner of that car across the street from your house dead, or is there a chance he'll come back. These are the types of questions you'll have to ponder.

    I believe there could be circumstances where scavenging is okay, and in case those circumstances happen, you'll need some special tools. That's the topic of this video by Serious Survivor.

    He calls it an Urban Supply & Resource Kit and defines it as “a kit, bag or gear set up that gives one all the needed tools & gear to search out, find, repair, and test essential gear. For example, you'd need bolt cutters to get past a padlock.

    Here are some of the tools he recommends:

    • Bolt Cutters
    • Map & Compass
    • Pen & Paper
    • Lock Picks
    • Door Stop
    • Flashlight
    • Head Lamp
    • Night Vision Goggles
    • Crowbar/Hammer/Ax
    • Duct Tape
    • Syphon Hose/Hand Pump
    • Collapsible Water Container
    • Small Tool Set
      • Screwdriver set
      • Small ratchet/socket set
      • Wire cutters
      • Allen pack
      • Torque bit set
      • Magnet extension
      • Tool bag
    • Gloves & Thick Clothes
    • Solar Charger
    • Solar Battery Maintainer
    • Binoculars
    • Gas Mask
    • Volt Meter

    You don't have to get every single one of these items, but the more the better. For a more detailed look at each item, watch the video below.

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