Tag: steel

Tiny knife project. Made of a carbon steel sawblade and a scrap of Merbau wood.

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Stainless steel vs titanium water bottle

Other than the price vs weight are there any other pros and cons for the two materials. Also does anyone have any recommendations for their favorite liter or 1.5 liter water bottle. I am relatively new here so I am not sure if this has been discussed 27 times before. Thanks for any knowledge that […]

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How can I make a fire with steel wool and AA battery?

I only have 2 9v batteries and maybe 100s of AA batteries lol. I'm wondering is it possible to make a fire with the AA battery by simply tapping the steel wool. submitted by /u/LIVEc3 [link] [comments]

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The Three Things Everyone Needs for Quick, Viable Shelter

SHTFPreparedness may collect a share of sales or other compensation from the links on this page. Shelter can be a tricky thing. You know, some people enjoy building forts in the woods and hanging out in them when the weather is nice. This is a very different prospect than surviving a wilderness emergency when all […]

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A simple ‘redbull’ burner

Capillary Hoop Stove – universal Noticed folks watching the video trying to make a stove from steel, and figured I'd post something a bit simpler — and far more effective. (This guy's channel is pure gold when it comes to creating pepsi can stoves. He builds, modifies, and tests designs of different sizes and material.) […]

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What You Didn’t Know About Starting A Fire

I see a lot written about starting fires. That makes sense in one way, as fire is an important part of survival. There is no other single thing which can be used as part of providing us with our top three survival priorities. Without the ability to start and maintain a fire, it’s unlikely any […]

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To say it had been belting it down with rain all week and I managed to get it going with birch bark, flint+steel and damp branches I’m gonna say it’s a success

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I’m lucky; at my job I can work on my own projects on site. We need a new outdoor fireplace. So, once I build a new firepit, what firemaking/using techniques and skills should I practice? Cooking/boiling? Flint/steel/tinder/bow drill? What would you practice?

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Do you need another source of tinder or can you light birch bark with flint and steel?

If it's dry and you just tear the birch bark up fine enough it should be possible to get it going with a spark right? Forego the extra step of finding another source of tinder? submitted by /u/LordBalkoth69 [link] [comments]

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The Single Walled Steel Bottle for Survival

Some of the links below are affiliate links. This means that if you choose to make a purchase we may earn a small commission at no additional cost to you. While the white-hot debate, when it comes to water in survival, is about filters, there is a lot to be said about container as well. […]

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