Welcome to Survival Theory. Use these links to shop Amazon and other retailers. I may or may not receive a commission on these products. If you want a different product, I still benefit when you access Amazon through this page. This site is still under construction, so check back often. Gear without experience and knowledge is useless, so get out and use your gear!
Better to master a limited amount of gear than have a lot of gear that gets little or no use.
Light and Visuals
Fire and Brimstone
Shelter n' Sleep
Food and Water
Other gear, and stuff
Water bladder/bag, 2 liter
The best water procurement bag
I have come across. Easy to fill
and clean. Fits the Sawyer filter. Bombproof.
My review is here:
Water purification tablets
Best ones on the market against bacteria, virus, etc...
Ingredients made in USA.
Larger packs available.
Keep them in every bag,
every kit for SHTF.
Filters can fail, and you can't
always heat water to purify it!
Ferro rod, 12,000 strike
Big enough to throw serious
spark, small enough to pocket
or attach to your knife sheath.
Won't weigh you down like the
Top quality product, includes emergency whistle in striker!
Variety of colors.
Folding saw, 9 inch, 7 teeth
per inch. Cuts on forward and
Gets the job done at a low cost.
Great for detail work, limb
cutting, small logs, etc...
Lightweight, great for bug out
Ferro Rod 1,000 strike
Works great, compact design,
comfortable to use. I like to
stash this item in my canteen holder and other survival kits.
Quality product, good value.
Flashlight, waterproof, zoom,
AAA or CR123 batteries, 230
lumens, low price, sheath,
diffuser, well made...
Great flashlight for the money.
Still using mine for over a year.
Zoom is superb.
Headlamp, waterproof, 250
lumen, red and green light,
OD green available
140 hours of light
This headlamp is my go-to.
Dependable and super tough.
Great features, salt water
Flashlight, solar and hand crank
Waterproof, heavy duty!
Not the cheapest solar light, but
this one is more rugged, longer
lasting, and not too heavy.
Great bug out bag choice.
Say goodbye to batteries in SHTF
Solar charged battery power!
Wi-Fi control with your phone,
1500 watt, 3000 watt surge
I have run 2 fridges, circular saws,
small compressor, etc... with this.
Cheaper than comparable items.
For big savings, get at Costco.
See my review here:
Solar Panel, Goal Zero
Available in both higher and lower wattage, or in briefcase style.
Left out in the rain, no problems.
The more you have, the better.
Not that great when cloudy. Lightweight and portable.
Work, camp, search light.
Bright, rechargeable, powerbank, waterproof, wide flood, 3 modes, dependable, weight one pound.
Use the discount code on my review video:
Sawyer Mini Water Filters
Popular for a good reason. 100k gallon treatment. Use the CNOC Vecto water bladder instead of provided water bag.
Red dot sight. Compact, lightweight, dependable, its a Sig Saur!
I use this on my Colt AR to keep it lightweight and sleek.
Most importantly, it looks tacticool!
Used mine just over one year so far,
still operates and looks like new.
40k hour battery life. Water and fog proof, ten illumination settings,
MOTAC, picatinny low rise mount and co-witness riser included.
Best guncase I have come across for the money. Tough, rainproof, padded.
Holds rifle with most attachments, plus mags, tools, etc... Remove foam as needed to secure guns and gear. Monitor price, it fluctuates often.
Holds 25 shells, and the
tacticool multicam can't be
beat. Easy to flip open and
access shells. Molle straps.
Top quality product.
13 watts, chainable, efficient,
lightweight, pocket for storage
Durable, weather resistant.
Lots of solar charging options
out there, but this has proven its reliability and Goal Zero has
a good reputation.
You know about the dangers
we face, but does your cat?
Also applicable to dogs, turtle,
mice, and horses.
A must have for the serious
prepper or responsible pet
owner. Ignorant animals
around you during SHTF is bad
news for everyone.