What should be in an emergency kit for women?
How to design a Women’s Emergency Kit for a purse
It is truly an art to be able to design a women’s emergency kit for a purse or a handbag. Every single item in the survival kit has to have a meaningful purpose and you want quality tools! No cheap stuff from a toy store! We preferably need military-grade equipment. No Chinese shit! You don’t wanna be in a pitch-black forest at midnight with a flashlight that doesn’t work! Or even worse – empty batteries! New batteries EVERY time you go no matter the condition of the old batteries. Use them for the kid’s flashlights.
Women’s mini emergency kit
Girl emergency kit checklist:
My Tactical handbag. I have a normal handbag with a metal frame. This frame is important. It can be used to create a lock pick, or it can be used as a primitive knife. Not as handy as a real knife, but far better than having nothing. Vital things are concealed.
- 30 feet of nylon wire and a fishing hook.
- Two small screwdrivers.
- A Hex key
- A lock pick set.
- Two feet of duct tape.
- A small compass
- 2 needles and three feet of sewing thread.
- Small bottle with alcohol for disinfection
- 3 sterile napkins
- a mini scalpel
- A pair of rounded tweezers for bullet extraction
- A few energy snacks.
- A tactical pen
- A small LED flashlight
- A Paracord Bracelet (10 feet polyester)
- 2 deciliters of distilled water for cleaning wounds or drinking.
- 3 Carabiners
- A ‘snowflake’ multitool.
- Night Vision Goggles
- A multitool Axe with a small hammer, saw a small knife, mini screwdrivers, different openers and a pair of scissors.
- A black camouflage stick
- A 30/15cm Mil-Tec combat knife
- A few paperclips (for opening handcuffs)
- A credit card
But I got more stuff hidden around my body and my clothing.
- A Yahwara. In my hair, I carry a Yahwara. It is hidden in my ponytail and no one would suspect it for a weapon. It is almost impossible to notice and if someone does It simply looks like a device to handle my ponytail.
- My clothing is always black on the inside, so I can turn them inside out and be invisible at night.
- Black Combat boots with 60 cm laces.
- My T-shirts are cheap and can easily be torn apart and used as bandages.
- For partying, I have convertible shoes where the high heels can be dismounted in a second and turn into flat shoes great for running.
- In my sleeves, I have two Wire Saws without handles. One for wood and one for metal.
- Mil-Tec Gloves.
- Mil-Tec Paracord belt with 90 feet of polyester wire.
My weaponry looks like this:
- H&K G36K and H&K G36C. I named them Short and Shorter because of their size. Both take 5.56 cal. and 30 round mags. (613/833mm & 500/716mm length).
- Glock 22 Primary Firearm, a few extra 19 rounds of magazines and some 31 rounds of extended mags. primarily for shooting range. I also have a 50 round drum mag. but that’s only for fun!
- Glock G19 Backup – Mounted in an ankle holster.
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Girl emergency kit checklist