Looking for that perfect gift for your Warrior or Sheepdog Survivalist? Look no farther. We list the 10 best survival gifts any survival ready Warrior should have.

#1: TACT 9-in-1 Multi Tool Disaster Preparedness Survival Shovel

For any survival gear bag, one of the most critical tools would be a compact shovel. Our military issues a good shovel or entrenching tool for our warriors to use during those times whey are in the field. For citizen warriors, the TACT 9-in-1 Multi Tool Disaster Preparedness Survival Shovel would be perfect for your Survival Warrior. Great product from a great supplier of survival gear, Survival Frog. MSRP: $39.97

TACT 9-in-1 Multi Tool Survival Shovel Comes With:

  • 1 – Disaster Preparedness Survival Shovel (With Hacking Blade and Bottle Opener)
  • 1 – Saw Attachment
  • 1 – Axe Attachment (Can Also Be Used as a Hammer and Stake Puller)
  • 1 – Pickaxe Attachment (And Nail Puller)
  • 1 – Durable Polyester Carrying Pouch
  • 1 – Designer box (not a real toolbox)

#2: TACT Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag by Survival Frog

For those times you are stranded in a blizzard in your vehicle, the TACT Bivvy® Emergency Sleeping Bag by Survival Frog would be a welcome sight indeed. This survival bag is super lightweight weighing in at 3.8 ounces. This sleeping bag has a bright orange cover which can aid rescuer searchers to spot your location. This durable emergency sleeping bag is built tough which is tear-resistant, windproof, water proof, which is made possible by the taped seams. It will retain 90% of your body heat or if used as a liner in your camping bag, will increase its ability to keep you warmer by 20%.

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This reusable emergency sleeping bag is stored in a tiny stuff sack making it perfect for you bug-out bag, glove box or survival backpack. This bag is 7 feet long and three feet wide making enough room for you Sasquatch types. I have two of these and love their capabilities. Great product from Survivor Frog. MSRP: $19.97

#3: LifeShield Bug-out Pack By Survival Frog

An essential component to any survivor and their gear is a quality backpack or bug-out bag. The LifeShield Bug-out Pack sold by Survival Frog is perfect for carrying all of the survival items needed to survive a short time crisis. The LifeShield is very rugged, super spacious, easy to carry and built for convenience. The buckles and zippers are heavy duty and will not let you down when you need them most. This is a great backpack or survival bug-out bag. MSRP: $99.97

#4: Anti-Hunger and Dehydration Survival Kit (Food & Water Kit)

Two of the vital items needed to survive are clean drinking water and food. The Anti-Hunger and Dehydration Survival Kit is perfect to solve two basic needs at one time. I own the LifeStraw and have used it to drink out of a questionable small stream. The water I drank was pure and tasted great. The LifeStraw is a must item.

The three day emergency food is tasty and provides 4,800 calories to keep you energy up while bugging out or stuck in a cold and dark place. The thing I like about this item is there are two bags of pure water at hand when no other water source is handy. Remember the LifeStraw does not filter seawater. MSRP: $39.97

#5: Constant Contact Survival Kit (Light & Communication Kit)

In those times when we could lose total power with a blackout spanning across the State, a good pocket radio would keep you in the know. Keep up to date on the evacuation routes or alerts of roaming bands of dirt-bags. Emergency broadcasts will be easily heard on this credit card size radio. It is compact and will fit nicely in your bug-out bag.

If you experience a need to Evac your home you can do so with the ultra-bright LED Tact Mini Flashlight. A good flashlight which shines for hours is a must have item. To back up this light a 12 hour ultra-bright glow stick will give enough light to navigate through the darken streets or rural landscape. If you are forced to make camp, the waterproof matches and emergency candle will make a quick way to keep warm. The Constant Contact Survival Kit can be found on Survival Frogs’ website. MSRP: $29.97

#6: TOPS C.U.T. 4.0

Next to shelter, food and water, the survivor needs a high quality, functional fixed blade knife. The TOPS C.U.T. 4.0 is such a knife. I personally own this knife and prize it above all others. If I was caused to bug-out, the C.U.T. 4.0 would be on my belt. I have owned and tested this knife for over a year. It has not failed me in any way. The C.U.T. 4.0 is light, strong, well designed and with its 4.25 inch blade is perfect for all uses from cleaning game, camp use and if needed self-defense. I love this knife. MSRP: $175

TOPS C.U.T. 4.0 Specs

  • Overall Length: 8.50 inches
  • Blade Length: 4.25 inches
  • Cutting Edge: 4.00 inches
  • Blade Thickness: 0.190 inches
  • Blade Steel: 1095 RC 56-58
  • Blade Finish: Black Traction Coating
  • Handle Material: Tan Canvas Micarta
  • Handle Style: Dragonfly Tread
  • Knife Weight: 6.3 ounces
  • Weight w/ Sheath: 9.0 ounces
  • Sheath Material: Black Kydex
  • Sheath Clip Beta Loop
  • Designer: Joshua Swanagon

#7: Solo Bivvy Tent

In survival one must have essential conditions and items to stay healthy and alive. One is water, one is food, one is warmth, one is a sense of safety and another is shelter. If you have all of these items or conditions you will survive.

A good tent is primary to survival. Exposed to the elements you may survive maybe three days without shelter. You can build your shelters out of what items you can find around you. But for a mobile person you must have a one or two man tent, or for best results a Solo Bivvy Tent. You can pitch this tent and stay fairly warm and dry with an emergency sleeping bag. You can keep your supplies safe and dry. When it is time to move on, you take your tents down, pack it away and head out. Packed away this tent weighs 2.9 pounds. The tent comes with 14 heavy duty stakes to hold the tent to the ground. A six foot man fits easily including his gear. Two internal storage pockets and hanging clip are provided. The any season Solo Bivvy Tent is sold by Survival Frog and should be considered for your survival needs. MSRP: $99.97

Solo Bivvy Tent Specs:

  • Dimensions (Fully Built): 38″ x 28″ x 90″ in.
  • Dimensions (Packed): 18″ x 4.5″ x 4″ in.
  • Weight: 2.9 lbs.
  • Color: Orange or Green

#8: Heavy Duty All-Purpose Tarp 8′ x 10′

I personally keep a good quality tarp in my survival gear. I figure it is one simple item which can be used for many uses. I have backpacked into remove areas with no tent. Depending on time and available resources, I will set up a low open sided tent or just crawl into my sleeping bag and roll up in the tarp. You can use them for catching rain water, dragging heavy items such as gathered wood, injured people, large game taken and covering you gear while away. You can place all food stuffs in the tarp and hoist into the air to keep animals from them. There are many other ways to use the tarp in survival or camping scenarios. This tarp has strong corner grommets. Storage is simple and can be carried attached to you backpack. This is a must have item. MSRP: $20.97

#9: UST Heritage Lensatic Compass

Knowing where you are going and where you have been and where you are at the time is vital. With a TOPO map and compass you can navigate around dangerous areas avoiding undesirable elements. You can set your course to return to home or to your bunker up in the hills. This UST Heritage Lensatic Compass has large letters and numbers to make it easy to read. The adjustable magnifying lens let you read even the fines details of the map. It is compact, self-contained in its brass case. Another must have as it does not take batteries like you GPS device. A good backup for those who depend on a GPS. MSRP: $19.97

UST Heritage Lensatic Compass Specs:

  • 4.7 ounces
  • Length Open: 5 inches
  • Length Closed: 3 inches

#10: Gerber Center Drive Multi-Tool

Gerber is a world accepted producer of top quality knives, tools and in this case ultimate multi-tool. With just the Gerber Center Drive Multi-Tool I can perform many of the tasks one would encounter in a survival scenario. I can make fishing gear, snares, traps, shelter and with a piece of flint…fire. The Center Drive is the Ultimate multi-tool and a must have for any hunter, camper, survivalist, prepper and even those small jobs at the office.

Gerber Center Drive Multi-Tool Specs:

  • Closed Length: 4.7 inches
  • Open Length: 6.6 inches
  • Weight: 9.5 ounces
  • One-thumb opening system
  • Spring-loaded needlenose pliers w/ X-Channel rail system
  • Rotatable carbide wire cutters & strippers
  • Full-size 3.25″ 420HC fine edge blade
  • Magnetic 3.2″ Center-Axis bit driver
  • Pry bar w/ nail puller & bottle opener
  • Serrated blade
  • Awl, file
  • Magnetic flathead and phillips bits
  • Lanyard hole
  • Fabric sheath included
  • Limited lifetime warranty
  • Made in USA
  • Black-nylon-sheath made in China (good quality)

$95.95 at Knife Center

These Best Survival Gifts Can Be Found At:

Survival Frog

Knife Center

TOPS Knives