Best Bushcraft Tools & Gear – 39 Essential items For 2024

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I collected the best bushcraft tools and gear and listed them in this comprehensive guide. If you like short and sweet, this is the guide for you.

While some items are essential, others will make your time in the woods much more comfortable and enjoyable. These items can also be beneficial for survival since most bushcraft gear is also helpful in survival situations.

Best Bushcraft Tools and Gear
The author's collection of the best bushcraft tools and best bushcraft gear
Just some of the Bushcraft tools and gear that I use when camping

I have been spending time in the woods for over 40 years so I have lots of experience with bushcraft tools and gear. While I certainly haven’t tried everything, I have talked to other outdoorsmen and survivalists over the years. I feel this list is one of the best you can find. If you see anything I missed, let me know!

I have linked each section to our comprehensive guides if you would like to read deeper.

Keep reading to find some tips on purifying water without fire and which food is the easiest to carry to camp!


Best Bushcraft Tools

These are the bushcraft tools that you should consider before you head into the woods on a bushcraft camping trip. From there, you can craft everything you need if you absolutely had to.

The author's collection of the Best Bushcraft Tools
Cutting Tools are essential

Cutting tools are the most important, above all other bushcraft tools. With so many knives, saws, and axes out there, how do you choose? We have a list of the most important bushcraft tools below, with guides to accompany each.

These guides detail how to select the best tool for you depending on all the variables. While we could just tell you to buy the most expensive tool, we took care to find the best value.


Best Bushcraft Knife

The bushcraft knife is the most important tool to have in the woods. While it is not as effective as an axe or saw for some tasks, you can make do with just a knife if you have to.

The usefulness of a good knife in the woods is endless. From building a shelter to cutting firewood, a knife is the single most important bushcraft tool to have.

It is so important that we recommend you have a backup in your pack. You should also keep your primary belt knife on your belt in case your get separated from the rest of your gear.

The author's collection of the best bushcraft knives
My favorite affordable knives

A bushcraft knife should be a fixed-blade, full-tang knife around 5 inches long. For a full explanation, see our buying guide and review in my best budget bushcraft knife guide.

BEST OVERALL
Condor Tool & Knife Bushlore Camp Knife

Condor Tool & Knife Bushlore Camp Knife

Full Tang

Leather Sheath

Great Design

Price: $$

BEST BUDGET KNIFE
Beavercraft BSH1 Bushcraft Knife

Beavercraft BSH1 Bushcraft Knife

Great Blade

Leather Sheath

Durable

Price: $

BEST SHARPENER
Wazoo Viking Spark Necklace

Wazoo Viking Spark Necklace

Sharpening Stone

Leather Necklace

Fire Starter

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Axe and Hatchet

An axe is an important tool for bushcraft since you can process a large amount of wood. Most of the tasks around camp involve wood, from shelter to fire.

Jason showing his favorite bushcraft tool, the bushcraft axe
One of my favorite bushcraft tools, the Warwood Tool Perfect Axe

A bushcraft axe has particular characteristics to focus on. The length of the handle and the weight of the axe head should be big enough to fell a tree if needed but small enough not to be cumbersome for smaller tasks.

For a full guide on what to look for, see our Best Bushcraft Axe and Hatchet article. After we review the best axes, there is a full buying guide with pictures and diagrams.

In some areas, especially in the US, cutting down live trees may not be allowed. There are some cases when you may not need to pack an axe, and just a knife or a small saw is sufficient.

Some reasons to just take a saw and not an axe are:

  • Your bushcraft trip is short
  • You have a tent or tarp for shelter
  • You are not allowed to have a fire
  • You have a stove for cooking
  • You can use deadfall for firewood

Here are my favorites.

BEST OVERALL AXE
Warwood Tool Perfect Axe

Warwood Tool Perfect Axe

5160 Steel Head

Unique Head Design

Finished Handle

Price: $$

BEST CAMP AXE
Council Tool Woodcraft Pack Axe

Council Tool Woodcraft Pack Axe

5160 Steel Head

Durable

Metal Handle Wedge

Price: $$

BEST OVERALL HATCHET
Council Tool Hudson Bay Belt Hatchet

Council Tool Hudson Bay Belt Hatchet

5160 Steel Head

Wide Edge Design

Metal Handle Wedge

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Saw

A saw is an essential tool for quickly breaking down small pieces of wood for firewood. Saws are also useful for making notches and cutting limbs quickly.

The author's bushcraft saw
This little saw is very handy, not just at camp but at home as well.

Folding saws and bow saws are safer to use than an axe. Larger saws can break down a large log into manageable pieces to split much faster than an axe. They also take less energy to use.

There are a wide range of sizes and types of saws that are useful for bushcraft. To find out what to look for in selecting your saw, check out the buying guide in our best bushcraft saw article.

BEST FOLDING SAW
Bahco Laplander 7 1/2" Folding Saw

Bahco Laplander 7 1/2″ Folding Saw

Great Price

Locking Blade

Durable

Price: $

BEST BOW SAW
Agawa Boreal 24” Bow Saw Tripper Kit

Agawa Boreal 24” Bow Saw Tripper Kit

Lightweight

Multiple Blades

Folds Compact

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Backup Knife

Multitools and Swiss Army knives are other essential bushcraft tools. They are not only a backup to your main knife, but they also have many other tools that are useful at camp.

The author's bushcraft backup knives
SAKs and Multitools are essential as a backup to your main knife

There is usually a great debate on which is better, a plier-based multitool or a Swiss Army knife. I have a few different versions of both, and I can say from experience that it depends.

To find out which is best for you, we have guides on both. Check out our best survival multitool guide and our best Swiss Army knife guide.

BEST SAK
Victorinox Swiss Army EvoGrip 18

Victorinox Swiss Army EvoGrip 18

Textured Grip

Reamer/Awl

Wood Saw

Price: $

BEST MULTITOOL
Leatherman Wave Plus

Leatherman Wave Plus

Two Locking Blades

Wood Saw

Interchangeable Bits

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Gear

After you have your main tools, there are a few pieces of gear that you need before you head into the woods. While some of these are not necessarily essential, they will make your time in the woods much more enjoyable.

Best Bushcraft Shelter Gear

Depending on where you are camping and how long you plan to camp, it may not be practical to build a full bushcraft or survival-type shelter.

In this case, it is much easier to carry a tarp or a tent. To help you decide which one to choose, check out our full guides for the best bushcraft tarp and the best bushcraft tent.

Also, check out our guide on the best tent stakes, especially if you plan to use a tarp. A tarp is pretty useless without quality stakes.

I live in an area that has a lot of hills, and the ground is rocky. I prefer to sleep in a Haven Tent hammock since it gets me off the ground where I can sleep comfortably. See my full Haven Tent Hammock Review to see if it is right for you.

The Author's tent at a bushcraft campsite
My Haven Tent hammock setup at camp
BEST TARP
Aqua Quest Defender Tarp: Best Overall Bushcraft Tarp

Aqua Quest Defender Tarp

Waterproof

Durable

19 Tie Outs

Price: $$

BEST TENT
One Tigris Bushcraft Shelter 2.0

One Tigris Bushcraft Shelter 2.0

Baker Style Tent

Full Bug Net

1500mm Waterproof Rating

Price: $$

BEST HAMMOCK
Haven Tents Hammock XL

Haven Tents Hammock XL

Lay Flat Design

Includes Sleep Pad

Very Comfortable

Price: $$

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BEST YURT TENT
KingCamp Khan Yurt Tent

KingCamp Khan Yurt Tent

Spacious

Durable Material

Easy to Setup

Price: $$$$

BEST STAKES
MSR Groundhog Tent Stakes

MSR Groundhog Tent Stakes

Aluminum Alloy

Y-beam Design

7.5″ Long

Price: $


Best Bushcraft Cordage

Cordage can be used for many things around camp, but it is essential for pitching a tarp. I use paracord to make a ridgeline for my tarp before I head out into the woods. I also have 6 utility lines about 12 feet long for staking down my tarp, hanging my pack from a tree, and other uses.

I prefer to use the 550 paracord from Paracord Planet. You don’t need the expensive “survival” paracord or anything special.

A couple of rolls of #12 and #36 coated bank line is also useful. I use the #36 thicker line on my ridgeline and for lashings. The thinner #12 line can be used for bindings, making nets, or any other light-duty tasks.

The author's bushcraft tarp ridgeline
The pre-made ridgeline that I carry for my Tarp

You will notice that my ridgeline has toggles that I made at home. These make it super easy to pitch a tarp, and I do not have to tie even one knot. While these certainly are not required, they save a lot of time.

BEST PARACORD
Paracord Planet 550 Paracord

Paracord Planet 550 Paracord

38 Colors

3 Lengths

7 Type III strands

Price: $

BEST #12 BANKLINE
SGT Knots #12 Tarred Twine

SGT Knots #12 Tarred Twine

Weatherproof

Strong

Veteran Owned

Price: $

BEST #36 BANKLINE
SGT Knots #36 Tarred Twine

SGT Knots #36 Tarred Twine

Weatherproof

Heavy Duty

Veteran Owned

Price: $


Best Bushcraft Pot

A pot or some type of cooking container is essential at camp. I find that around 2 to 4 quarts is a good size. To save space, you can nest a water bottle or other items inside the pot when you pack it.

The author's Bushcraft Pot over a fire
You can cook a lot in this 4 quart pot

When it comes to choosing cookware materials, aluminum, stainless steel, and titanium are all reliable options. I tend to go with stainless steel since it is durable, affordable, and distributes heat well. A stainless steel pot is a good choice and works well for most people.

Aluminum and titanium are lighter in weight but are not as durable. They also tend to have hot spots and are more likely to burn your food over a campfire.

Obviously, if you camp with your family, you will need a larger one or a few of these.

BEST BUSHCRAFT POT
The Pathfinder School 64 oz Bush Pot

The Pathfinder School 64 oz Bush Pot

Stainless Steel

Lid with Handle

Folding Handles

Price: $

BEST SMALL POT
Pathfinder 30oz Geopress Nesting Cup

Pathfinder 30oz Geopress Nesting Cup

Stainless Steel

Nests with Grayl

Folding Handles

Price: $

BEST LARGE POT
The Pathfinder School 120 oz Bush Pot

The Pathfinder School 120 oz Bush Pot

Stainless Steel

Folding Handles

Lid with Handle

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Stove

In cases where you are on a bushcraft trip, and fire is not allowed, you can bring a small backpacking stove. I like the lightweight backpacking-style stoves that use the small isobutane fuel containers.

These are lightweight and easy to use. You can quickly boil water and make a quick meal on the go without worrying about starting a fire and then extinguishing it when you strike camp.

Jason using the Outdoor Element Stove and the Grayl Stove
My Outdoor Element stove and my Grayl stove

This is especially useful if you are hiking to your bushcraft campsite and must stop to boil water or make a meal. I also included my favorite small backpacking wood stove and utensil set.

BEST BUSHCRAFT STOVE
Grayl Titanium Pathfinder Stove

Grayl Titanium Pathfinder Stove

Lightweight (1oz)

Compact

Easy to Use

Price: $

BEST STOVE FUEL
GasOne Isobutane Stove Fuel

GasOne Isobutane Stove Fuel

Compact

Four Season Blend

Lightweight

Price: $

BEST WOOD STOVE
Outdoor Element Titanium Stove

Outdoor Element Titanium Stove

Lightweight

Collapses Flat

Burns Wood/Biomass

Price: $$

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BEST UTENSILS
Outdoor Element Omni-Tensil

Outdoor Element Omni-Tensil

Lightweight

Roll Pouch/Cloth

Toothbrush

Price: $

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Best Bushcraft Food

As I discussed in the bushcraft skills article: hunting, trapping, fishing, and even foraging may not be allowed in certain areas. This is especially true in national forests or parks where picking plants is often illegal. In this case, you must get creative and pack your own food.

One way to do this is to buy prepackaged rice meals like Rice-a-Roni or something similar. You can add beef jerky to these as they cook for added protein. They don’t take up much room and are easy to make. Just make sure they don’t need ingredients other than water.

Trail mix is also a great option. Mix some nuts, dried fruit, and even M&Ms in a zip-lock bag.

MREs are also a good option. See our full guide on the best MREs to buy for tips on the best ones to get.

Dehydrated meals are the lightest and most compact food you can carry since all the water has been removed. Full meals are great since you don’t need to mix and cook with multiple containers and carry a bunch of ingredients.

The best pre-packaged freeze dried meals I have found are from Mountain House. They have dehydrated meals that just need hot water. They cook in the pouch they come in, so they are super convenient and clean up is very easy. They are also the best tasting meals I have found.

Jason eating a mountain house meal.
These are the most convenient and best tasting camping meals

They are also one of my favorite emergency food kits since I can buy a bucket full of them for camping or emergencies.

Jason showing the mountain house meals that he uses camping
All I need is some hot water to cook these
BEST BUSHCRAFT FOOD
Mountain House Classic Meal Kit

Mountain House Camping Meals

Cooks in the Pouch

Lightweight

Just add Water

30 Year Shelf Life


Best Bushcraft Clothes

Most people I talk to out in the woods have clothes they like to wear. After all, most of us have been wearing clothes all our life! We should know what we like.

I get the most questions on the pants and hats that are the best for bushcraft, hiking, and just being outside.

We have a full guide on the best bushcraft pants and the best bushcraft hats that you can review.

Clothes are a personal decision, and everyone likes different styles and materials. The weather also dictates what is the best most of the time.

These guides contain something for everyone for different weather conditions.

Also check out our 1620 Workwear Review for some great outdoor clothing options.

BEST BUSHCRAFT HAT
Tilley T3 Wanderer Hat

Tilley T3 Wanderer Hat

Great Design

Water Resistant

Wind Cords

Price: $

BEST BALL CAP
Wazoo Cache Cap

Wazoo Cache Cap

Six Hidden Pockets

Signaling design inside

UPF 50 Fabric

Price: $

BEST BUSHCRAFT PANTS
1620 Workwear Double Knee Utility Pant

1620 Workwear Double Knee Pants

NYCO Fabric

Super Durable

Water Repellant

Price: $$$


Best Bushcraft Fire Starting Kit

When the weather is dry, starting a fire is a simple task. However, in wet conditions, lacking the proper equipment and expertise can lead to some serious trouble.

We mentioned that firecraft is an essential bushcraft skill, having a proper fire kit goes hand in hand.

The Blackbeard fire starting kit
A fire starting kit is an essential piece of bushcraft gear

Our guide to the best bushcraft fire-starting kit contains gear for the beginner and experienced bushcrafter. We put together what we felt was the best value to keep in your kit and also included some pre-built kits.

BEST FIRE KIT
Blackbeard Pirate's Plunder Fire Starting Kit

Black Beard Pirate’s Plunder Fire Starting Kit

Ferro Rod

Arc Lighter

Tinder

Price: $$$

BEST FERRO ROD KIT
Light My Fire Ferro Rod Kit

Light My Fire Ferro Rod Kit

3/8″ Diameter

Striker

Whistle

Price: $

BEST TINDER
Blackbeard Fire Plugs

Blackbeard Fire Plugs

Waterproof

Easy to Use

5 min Burn Time

Price: $


Best Bushcraft Compass

To go along with learning how to navigate in the woods, you need a good compass.

We put together a comprehensive guide on the best bushcraft and survival compasses. This guide describes what to look for and how to pick a good compass.

Getting a compass is just the first step. Learning how to use it takes some time and is best learned in the woods with someone with experience.

BEST COMPASS
Suunto MC-2 Compass

Suunto MC-2 Compass

Sighting Mirror

Lifetime Warranty

Easy to Use

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Sleep Systems

After you have your shelter, you have something to sleep under. Next, you need something to sleep on and in.

We have a guide to the best bushcraft wool blankets to help you choose what to sleep under. Wool is great since it holds up well and is very warm.

Unless you are in a hammock, you need something to sleep on. You can always just use heavy trash bags stuffed with leaves as a mattress.

I prefer to carry a waterproof survival blanket like the Arcturus Survival blanket. This blanket has a reflective back that can be used in multiple ways. It is a great insulator against cold ground and can be used to reflect the heat from a fire or even to signal for help.

There are other options like sleeping bags and bivys. Ampex Gear makes great lightweight sleeping bags that are compact and warm as well. See our full Ampex Gear review for all of the options.

Jason's bushcraft sleep system - a camp pad and sleeping bag in a bushcraft tent
My Ampex Gear sleeping bag and camp pad

I also particularly like the Klymit Versa Packable blanket. This blanket collapses down into a bag but expands out into a full-size blanket. It works great in my hammock and works well in mild weather above freezing.

I received the Klymit blanket in a Battlbox subscription box. See my complete Battlbox Review for the other bushcraft and survival gear I received. It is a great way to get new gear that you wouldn’t normally know about.

BEST SURVIVAL BLANKET
Arcturus Heavy Duty Survival Blanket

Arcturus Heavy Duty Survival Blanket

Waterproof

Thermal Barrier

Lightweight

Price: $

BEST LIGHTWEIGHT BLANKET
Klymit Versa Packable Blanket

Klymit Versa Packable Blanket

Lightweight (21oz)

Includes Bag

Compact

Price: $$

BEST WOOL BLANKET
Pendleton Yakima Camp Blanket

Pendleton Yakima Camp Blanket

High Quality

Generous Size

Made in the USA

Price: $$

BEST SLEEPING BAG
Ampex Gear Sleeping Bag

Ampex Gear Sleeping Bags

Compact

Lightweight

4 Options

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Packs

There are hundreds of packs and backpacks out on the market today. I prefer a top-loading bucket-style pack but have used the full front-load zipper types as well. Like clothing, this is mostly a personal decision, and you just have to try what works best for you and your budget.

We have a full guide to the best bushcraft backpacks that have both traditional bushcraft packs as well as modern backpacks.

My favorite is the Osprey Kestrel 38. It is a top-loading bucket-style pack with a lower zipper a divider and a side zipper. So, it is the best of both worlds. It is not the biggest pack but has plenty of room for a week-long bushcraft trip.

The author walking in the woods with the Osprey Kestrel 38 Backpack
Me with my Osprey Kestrel 38
BEST MODERN BACKPACK
Osprey Kestrel 38 Men's Backpack

Osprey Kestrel 38 Men’s Backpack

38 Liter capacity

Built in Rain Cover

Bedroll/Tent Straps

Price: $$

BEST HAVERSACK
Pathfinder Waxed Canvas Haversack

Pathfinder Waxed Canvas Haversack

12″ x 15″

47″ Shoulder Strap

Inside Pocket

Price: $


Best Bushcraft First Aid Kit

A first aid kit should be at the top of your priority list. Most don’t talk about them much since they are not exciting and don’t get used to much. But if you need one, you really need one.

Most injuries in the woods are from falls. It never fails; you step in a hole or on a loose rock with a heavy pack on and twist your ankle.

We also use sharp tools in the woods, which can eventually lead to a cut. Having the proper first aid kit could save your life, especially if you are deep in the woods.

Make sure the kit you choose has trauma items like quick clot and a tourniquet. A few Band-Aids and some ointment really don’t qualify as a first-aid kit.

Don’t buy a cheap off-brand first aid kit. They are loaded with inferior and useless items. I only recommend My Medic or Mountain Man Medical gear. Do not purchase tourniquets from Amazon, as most are made in China and have a high fail rate.

For more on the kits that MyMedic offers, see our full MyMedic Review. You will also find an exclusive discount for our readers!

My favorite kits are the Mountain Man Medical Tracker and Basecamp kits. The Tracker is a small kit that has just what I need for trauma and severe bleeding, while the Basecamp is more comprehensive. I keep the Basecamp kit at camp and the Tracker kit stays will me at all times when I am out in the woods. See our guide on the best first aid kits for camping for more on these kits.

For a complete guide on first aid kits, see our How to Choose the Best First Aid Kit Guide.

BEST COMPACT KIT
Mountain Man Medical Tracker Kit

Mountain Man Medical Tracker Kit

SWAT-T Tourniquet

Quick Clot Gauze

Includes Pouch

Price: $

BEST CAMP KIT
Mountain Man Medical Basecamp Kit

Mountain Man Medical Basecamp Kit

Comprehensive

2 Tourniquets

Outdoor items

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Water Purification

Just because water looks clean doesn’t mean it is safe to drink. You should always purify water before you drink it.

One way is to boil it. You need a metal container as we discussed and a fire. This is a time-consuming process since you have to wait on the fire and wait on the water to boil.

This can be an issue if you are on the move or need water in a hurry.

A solution to use a commercially available water filter. The best I have found are Sawyer and Grayl water filters.

The Sawyer mini water filter is a compact filter that is great if you are on a budget or don’t have a lot of space. It is only a filter, though, so you need a container. The mini comes with a bag that you can collect water in and then squeeze through the filter into a water bottle or pot.

The Grayl Geopress is actually a water purifier, not just a filter. It contains an activated filter that will remove some chemicals and heavy metals from water. It also has a built-in container. All you have to do is fill the container and press the top of the bottle down into the container. In less than 10 seconds, you have clean drinking water.

See our guide to the best camping water filters for more on these filters.

the author using the Grayl Geopress water purifier
The Grayl Geopress is the fastest way to purify water

I like to carry my Grayl with the Pathfinder nesting cup that I can use to cook my dehydrated meals. It takes up little room since it nests with the Grayl. The Grayl is a little more expensive than the Sawyer, but the convenience is worth it.

The author's Grayl and Nesting Cup
The Grayl water purifier and Nesting Cup
BEST WATER FILTER
Grayl Geopress 24 Oz Water Purifier

Grayl Geopress 24 Oz Water Purifier

Purifier System

Easy to Use

Includes Bottle

Price: $$

BEST NESTING CUP
Pathfinder 30oz Geopress Nesting Cup

Pathfinder 30oz Geopress Nesting Cup

Stainless Steel

Nests with Grayl

Folding Handles

Price: $

BEST COMPACT FILTER
Sawyer Mini Water Filter

Sawyer Mini Water Filter

Includes Bag

Bottle Attachment

Compact

Price: $


Best Battery Charger

While not thought of as bushcraft gear, electronic devices are a big convivence these days.

I like to turn off my phone while in the woods. But, I like to check in with the family at least once a day, and there is often the chance to get a great picture while I am out.

There are also camp lights, headlamps, my GPS watch, and countless other devices that need to be charged. While I don’t really need them, it makes my time in the woods easier and more enjoyable.

If there ever was an emergency, either at home or in the woods, I can use my phone to find out or to get help coming if I need it. A dead phone isn’t much more than a paperweight.

Here are two the best field battery chargers that I have used. The Anker is affordable and the QuadraPro has folding solar panels so I can recharge it in the woods. It also charges my phone wirelessly so I don’t have to worry about a charger cable.

BEST FIELD CHARGER
Anker 313 Power Bank

Anker 313 Power Bank

10,000 mAh

Lightweight

Includes Bag for Cables

Price: $

BEST SOLAR CHARGER
QuadraPro Solar Power Bank

QuadraPro Solar Power Bank

8,000 mAh

Solar Charging

Wireless Phone Charging

Price: $$


Best Bushcraft Bandana

Bandanas are often forgotten about. They are great for many uses around camp, from filtering debris from the water before you boil it to marking a waypoint.

While any old 100% cotton bandana will do, I like these since they are multipurpose.

One has info on beneficial plants that you can forage. However, it is focused only on North America. The other is bright orange and has reminders of the priorities that you should focus on in a survival situation. I like that it is bright orange and makes a good signal flag or trail marker.

Since they are 100% cotton, they are great for making charcloth as well.

BEST BUSHCRAFT BANDANA
Wazoo Foraging Reference Bandana

Wazoo Foraging Reference Bandana

100% Cotton

Shows 12 Common Plants

Large 22″ x 22″

Price: $

BEST SURVIVAL BANDANA
Colter Co. Stayin' Alive Survival Bandana

Colter Co. Stayin’ Alive Survival Bandana

100% cotton

Reflective Material

Priority Reminders

Price: $


Final Thoughts

When I spend time in the woods and bushcraft, it is to relax and focus on the basics of living. Having the best bushcraft tools removes some frustration from using inferior tools. A broken knife or axe will certainly not make my time in the woods very relaxing.

The best bushcraft gear makes my time in the woods more comfortable. A good bushcraft pack and water filter give me more time to move around and see more of the woods.

This list of tools and gear is also great to consider for a survival kit, bug out bag, or get home bag. While bushcraft is not necessarily the same as survival, many of the same items will be just as useful in a survival situation.

Now that you have your list, check out our other guides for emergency preparedness and self defense as well!

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Jason has an engineering and problem solving background. He is an avid outdoorsman, survivalist, and competitive shooter. He enjoys researching the best and most practical solutions for the problem at hand, studying stoicism, and finding innovative ways to be prepared.