Henry Repeating Arms Survival Kit

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posted on July 16, 2014
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Prepackaged survival kits often contain items of dubious utility and even more dubious quality, but the Henry Repeating Arms Survival Kit not only comes in a 7.3"x4.6"x2.3" re-closeable anodized aluminum tin, it contains a number of multi-use, high-quality items. They include basic survival instructions, fishing kit, compass, signal mirror, candle, firestarter and tenders, 20 ft. of utility cord, small flashlight, sewing kit, saw, latex tubing, repair tape, bandage and gauze, whistle, 20 ft. of snare wire, 10 all-weather matches, multi-tool, coffee filter, water bag, water purification tablets, light stick, foil blanket, fresnal lens, and razor knife. The kit weighs 6.3 ozs.

Price: $100
Contact: Henry Repeating Arms, 59 E. 1st St., Bayonne, NJ 07002;(201) 858-4400

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