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cubsqueal
05:30:43 Sun
Nov 17 2013

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LifeStraw Personal Water Filter


This device looks pretty impressive. I may be behind the curve--I've never seen it before.

http://eartheasy.com/green-home/water-filtration/lifestraw

  
azkid
19:02:50 Sun
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I have used it and has been used to filter urine the first time around to survive there were survival stories in the invasion of Iraq and Afcrackistan of it being used that was I will not incriminate myself on this one just due to it sounds pretty sick to most people butt I will tell you it does work and its perfect for that no Crap emergency situation.. Trust me been there done that and its a little difficult to get it started but it does work.. I am planning on getting a few its not a daily use item due to the amount of force you have to use to get it working but in a bind it will save you.

  
geowizard
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That's why I didn't join the Army. :devil:


Alaska has plenty of water!

I use a Sawyer Bottle:




Another option that I discovered is... because it rains so much... A rain gutter over the door running into a clean five gallon bucket works wonders! :smile:

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leonard
16:09:07 Tue
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Quote: geowizard at 00:23:05 Mon Nov 18 2013


I use a Sawyer Bottle:


- Geowizard


I like the looks of the Sawyer. During the recent floods here in Colorado we were in the middle of all the action. We didn't get flooded on our property but the road was washed out about 1/4 mile upstream from us. Along with the road it took our 12" water main line. That allowed the current to fill the open end of the water main with mud resulting in solid, black water in all of our household water lines. We were on bottled water for a week. The hole behind the people is where the water main used to be.



One of the larger systems look like a very good backup to commercial water. The stream is close enough to walk to and in case of the Zombie Apocolypse or EMP blast, I'd be all set for water. We have the food taken care of.
Leonard
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chickenminer
18:30:03 Tue
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Cub...
Thanks for posting that! Looks like a great item to throw in
the pack.



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