I have a revolution brewing secretly against a global totalitarian government. There had been a revolution before, about 40 years ago, which ultimately failed - now known as "the Uprising". The father of one of my characters, Carl, fought in the Uprising. Carl knows the son of one of the men his father fought with in the Uprising in Europe. He contacts this friend via radio, hoping that he would know the location of a leftover secret arms cache. It's too risky to try to ship arms across the ocean, but he does know the location of another of Carl's father's former comrades - a remote village in West Virginia. Carl goes to this village and meets with the man his father knew. This man tells him that in the final days of the Uprising, they buried a metal box in a deep level of a nearby coal mine. That level of the mine has since been closed off. As no government official would have ever had reason to venture that far into a coal mine, the box is still there, undisturbed. The box is unearthed, and it contains several items that the fighters in the Uprising thought may be useful in the future should another uprising occur. My purpose in having the story go like this was so that they could obtain instructions on how to build a Sten submachine gun. The Sten was widely used in WW2 because its ultra-simple design could be built covertly from basic easy-to-make metal parts, which made it a perfect weapon for insurgents. As such, it would also be the perfect weapon for the insurgents in my story. So that's one thing that's in the box - Sten building instructions. Thing is, now I have this box... and I like the box, I don't think it would quite feel right if it were just the instructions in there by themselves. I think a box of assorted stuff is a good way to go. But what is actually IN the box, aside from the instructions? What would you put in a "revolution starter kit"?