DIY 5-Gallon Survival Bucket – Why Every Home Should Have One!

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If you are like most of us, the collection of stuff over decades of hunting, fishing, camping, hiking, DIY projects and well, let's face it, Home Improvement store sales and garage/yard sales have gotten you well on your way in terms of survival gear.

Some of us even have an entire room in our house dedicated to storing equipment, supplies, and materials that in a survival crisis or its aftermath, come in handy.

But getting what you need from that stuff when you need it likely would prove to be as difficult as getting a sleepy and cranky two-year-old to behave in a restaurant.

That is where the 5-Gallon Survival Bucket not only comes in handy but in the right circumstance, because it would save time, might be a game-changer!

To see what should go into this “survival kit in a bucket,” check out the next page.

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6 Comments

  1. Justin Beauvais said:

    “But getting what you need from that stuff when you need it likely would prove to be as difficult as getting a sleepy and cranky two-year-old to behave in a restaurant.

    That is where the 5-Gallon Survival Bucket not only comes in handy but in the right circumstance, because it would save time, might be a game-changer!”

    Yes, because I like putting a sleepy and cranky 2 yr old in a bucket to get them to behave.

    But really, it seems like a great idea. Quick and easy to grab and holds a lot of gear, but with how my wife and kids go through toilet paper I’m going to need 2. One for TP and the other for survival gear.

  2. Michael Simpson said:

    It’s good to have supplies, but I think a backpack is a better container, in case you have to take that stuff with you.

  3. Randy Smith said:

    Yes indeed,couple of 5 gallon buckets,and I can pack enough stuff to restart civilization if need be!

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