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Sticky: How to Make an Aluminum Can Stove (Soda Can or Beer Can Cooker)

Published March 16, 2011

Have You Thought About Making Laundry Soap?

Published December 4, 2010

Quick Tip: Dealing with longer amounts of cordage.

Published October 31, 2010

How To Make An Eye Splice

Published October 29, 2010

Bug Out Tactical Vest Pt1.wmv

Published October 29, 2010

Sticky: How to Make an Aluminum Can Stove (Soda Can or Beer Can Cooker)

March 16, 2011 No Comments

Would you like to make your own aluminum can stove? They are light weight, simple and practical little stoves fueled by denatured alcohol. I enjoyed making this DIY project and hope you do too. For this project you will need: 3 Aluminum cans (2 if they are tall) a marker a box cutter or scissors […]

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Have You Thought About Making Laundry Soap?

December 4, 2010 1 Comment

How to make your own laundry soap, for saving money and prepping.

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Quick Tip: Dealing with longer amounts of cordage.

October 31, 2010 2 Comments

This a handy tip for keeping your cordage/line/string under control and twist/knot free. He suggests that this tip is handy for longer lenghts (75-100+ ‘) and I agree. Jon

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How To Make An Eye Splice

October 29, 2010 16 Comments

This video highlights a sleek loop that you can use for snares and tent hooks/pegs along with other applications. Paul does a good job of explaining how to make this version of a simple eye splice in your natural fibered cord. If you need some to practice with I highly suggest juke twine its an […]

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Bug Out Tactical Vest Pt1.wmv

October 29, 2010 2 Comments

It’s always nice to see how people set up their bug out bags. Hope you enjoy this video.

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Great Find for Dutch Oven Cooking

October 26, 2010 9 Comments

Dutch oven liners are a great way to save water for clean-up especially if water is unavailable or rationed. This reviewer loved what she found at Wal-mart. If your local market doesn’t have parchment paper liners you can also try the plastic ones designed for the oven or Crockpot. You can even make your own […]

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Urban Woodsman Video How to Tie a Jug Knot

October 20, 2010 No Comments

This knot is so versatile, you can use it for lots of projects.   Check out my first Video: If you’d like to learn more knots I highly suggest, “The Ashley Book of Knots”:

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Finding Food and Water

October 15, 2010 No Comments

Product DescriptionDiscover all the skills needed for survival in the wild. Finding Food and Water shows you where to look, what to avoid and how to stay alive in all kinds of extreme environments… More >> Finding Food and Water

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Machete Fire

October 15, 2010 25 Comments

The machete touches on every aspect of wilderness survival and bushcraft here in Brazil. I often use this technique in rainy season to make primary tinder as well as kindling from Candeia wood. Candeia is filled with a very offensive smelling oil that reminds me of a wet dog or stinky cheese. It burns extremely […]

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Spare Magazine for Your Pistol

October 15, 2010 3 Comments

A quick tip for an inexpensive, effective way to concealed carry your spare magazine.

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Sticky: How to Make an Aluminum Can Stove (Soda Can or Beer Can Cooker)

Would you like to make your own aluminum can stove? They are light weight, simple and practical little stoves...

Have You Thought About Making Laundry Soap?

How to make your own laundry soap, for saving money and prepping.

Quick Tip: Dealing with longer amounts of cordage.

This a handy tip for keeping your cordage/line/string under control and twist/knot free. He suggests that this tip is...