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what is the most importaint surviva; tool?

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  • Jakeshunts
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    A sheath knife and a flint and steel

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  • John Doe
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    A sturdy knife

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  • Dodo42
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    An axe is better than a knife. Even if it's broken it still has many uses. If you break a knife blade, its almost useless.

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  • J4huntfish
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    what big o said and a estwing fixed hatchet

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  • kylepountney
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    flint knife water

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  • Kevin Paproski
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    Your brain and the will to survive.

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  • IanS
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    your brain

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  • backcountrybeagle
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    If you're in shark filled waters swimming toward land a knife is not going to help much you need your brain above all else.

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  • JARED WELLS
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    a knife

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  • debins33
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    A leatherman is the most important tool it has several things in one a knife a saw a screwdriver and more!!!

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  • james woods
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    in the north woods, some people say a hatchet
    in the jungle ,most people say a machete
    on frozen tundra both are useless a good knife will serve you well wherever you go, except the airport.

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  • idahooutdoors
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    Already been said, but most important tool is setting ontop of you shoulders, keep a level head and you can usually keep your life.........

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  • PotterMan96
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    Your Mind and a sharp knife

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  • buckeye
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    Intangible: Knowledge, or has some have mentioned you mind.

    Tangible: A good Drop point knife with a 4" blade made of a good carbon steel.

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  • steve182
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    Your head.

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