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USMC Pilot Survival Kit Sealed in a Waterproof Canvas Bag MIL-B-131H
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Brand: Military mil-1175
Item: MIL-1175

New sealed original military survival kits used by Marine pilots and ground troops during the 1990s is filled with the highest quality survival tools available.

All items are double-sealed in waterproof plastic and canvas for long term storage. Survival items include: Finger ring saw, snare wire, candle, plastic bags, OD survival blanket, extensive emergency fishing kit in a sealed tin, Camillus survival knife, signal mirror, extreme cold whistle, Smoke Chaser compass, magnesium fire starter, water drinking bag with belt loop, and weatherproof matches.

This is a very limited and very critical item for every serious outdoorsman! Non-Returnable

Finger ring saw, NSN 5110-00-570-6896
Snare wire, NSN 9525-00-596-3498
Candle, NSN 9925-00-202-4417
Plastic bag, NSN 8105-00-837-7755
Survival blanket, NSN 7210-00-935-6666
Emergency fishing kit, NSN 4220-00-244-0764
Pocket knife, NSN 5110-00-162-2205
Signal mirror, NSN 6350-00-105-1252
Extreme cold whistle, NSN 8465-01-278-6982
Smoke Chaser compass, NSN 6605-00-553-8795
Magnesium fire starter, NSN 4240-01-160-5618
Plastic bag, NSN 8105-00-837-7755
Drinking water bag, NSN 8466-00-634-4499
Matches, NSN 9920-01-191-3434


All Military surplus products are used, the condition of the products varies, and the quantities may be limited. Unfortunately, we can not accept backorders or returns on any surplus products. Surplus condition scale:
Grade I – Used in like new to excellent condition. Grade II – Used in good condition, may show minor use.
Grade III – Used in fair condition, will show normal wear and tear from daily use.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 Rating USMC Pilot Survival Kit - 5/14/2009
Reviewer: Randy
Folks, This is a Excellent USMC/USA Pilot Survival Kit that was packed back in 1991. I opened one up and was amazed at the excellent items inside. Same kits that we carried in Desert Storm. keep finding this items in this quality.
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4.0 Rating Marine SK(circa 1992) - 2/20/2009
Reviewer: SuperDave
I noticed these for awhile in the catalog. I finally decided to take a chance, and ordered 2 kits. Upon receiving, of course I had to open 1 kit, both A and B side. The kits are about 17-18 years old, new condition, but show signs of long term storage on outer wrapping. Contents of the kit I opened were pristine, with 1 exception. The Fishing kit(emergency)had signs of minor rust on certain items within said fishing kit. Still, all items readily usable. Probably due to high humidity conditions when the fishing kits were packed. Also, the excellent wire saw with it's spare blade, were enclosed in the fishing kit. All items are packed in plastic bags, within the outer heavy duty canvas/foil vapor barrier packaging. The contract Brunton compass, GI pocket knife, magnesium fire-starter, 2X3" GI signal mirror and 3 pint water carrier are worth some bucks.
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4.0 Rating Good Kit for starters - 3/24/2009
Reviewer: Gunny Felker
I teach survival & e&r at the U.S. Army LRSLC Course and this is a kit I always recommend. You are gonna have to open it up, because like any kit, you have to build it based on the terrain you are operating in. This kit has some not-so-great items that you are going to want to ditch: The finger saw is crap, as most wire saws are. They break easily. Buy a good chainsaw and keep it in your kit instead ($20). The water carrier is ok, but can be replaced by 2 yard trash bags (same size & wt) which can be used for thousands of other tasks. Strip out the fishing kit and only include items needed, ie. if you are a boats guy, don't put the tiny perch hooks in, only the open water large hooks for saltwater fishing. If you are in the mountains or woods, get rid of the big stuff. I was able to build a nice mountains survival kit that will fit into the fishing kit box. All of the other equipment is nice, but unless you are a civilian keeping it in your car or boat, most of the gear like a knife, mirror, fire starter, and compass you will hopefully have in your pocket. Good Luck! -Gunny
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USMC Pilot Survival Kit Sealed in a Waterproof Canvas Bag MIL-B-131H
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