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Z.A.P.S. Survival Grenade

No, it's not a real grenade — instead, the Marine-designed, USA-made Z.A.P.S. Survival Grenade is a compact, waterproofed kit designed to keep you alive in any situation. Inside the 45-feet of paracord, you'll find a steel shackle, a load bearing spring clip, a compass, a wire saw, three wire snares, a fire starter, three pieces of tinder, 30 feet of fishing line, three fish hooks, six sinkers, two barrel swivels, a knife blade, a sheet of aluminum foil, a gallon Ziploc bag, three stormproof matches with striker, a large needle, 20 feet of black thread, six water purification tablets, a whistle, duct tape, and a laminated users guide. Extensive, to say the least.

  • Strike Cam Underwater Fishing Camera

    Fishing is unique among most outdoor endeavors in that you don't actually see the moment when the magic happens and the fish takes your bait. Unless you've got a huge budget and an underwater camera man. Or the Strike Cam Underwater Fishing Camera. The Strike Cam is designed to attach directly to your line, going down up to 30 feet in order to record every bite in smooth 480p video. No, it's not the highest resolution, but unlike the camera crew, it won't set you back thousands of dollars, either.

  • Soto Pocket Torch

    Anyone who's ever played around with a cheap, translucent, disposable lighter knows that you can crank the thing up to deliver ridiculously large flames by simply removing the metal cap and going to town on the adjustment dial. The Soto Pocket Torch takes this idea to a whole new level, transforming the cheap fire sources into a full-on, wind-resistant mini-blowtorch capable of reaching temperatures of up to 2,300ºF. Just drop the lighter in, attach the top, and go.