By Nicholas O. – Off The Grid News
Most survivalists and preppers are good about keeping their survival kits well-stocked and well-rounded with all the supplies and equipment that the survival books say they need.
But there are still some everyday items that your survival kit may be missing. These items aren’t usually found on your ordinary survival kit list, but you likely have them in your home right now – and should put them in your bug-out bag or survival kit.
Here are five:
1. Duct tape. We know how useful it is, and you probably already have a roll or two of duct tape stored away in the garage or in the utility room. So why not add a roll or two to your survival kit? Duct tape will come in handy in any survival situation and can be used to repair nearly anything. It can help put a shelter together, attach a knife to the end of a stick to make a spear, work as a bandage or a sling, and yes, even to use as handcuffs or to tie somebody around a tree. (Read 19 survival uses for duct tape here.)
2. Paper and pens. Having a notebook and some pens or other writing utensils in your survival kit may come in handy more times than you think. You can put down any….