One of the most important pieces of survival gear to have is rope, and it is definitely something you should have in your Bug Out Bag for wilderness survival.This video series shows the build of a Simple Rope Making Machine at home using materials that you can get at your local hardware store.There is no such thing as prepping for survival without having rope and cordage in your stash.You can use them for fishing lines, bowstrings, trap triggers, snares, lashings, and many other things.And do you know what items would be the first to become unavailable in a crisis? There are a few, and cordage and rope will be among them.
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- How to build a Simple,Effective Metal Melting Furnace using Old Steel Container and Ceiling Fan parts. No welding required
This video series shows the build of a homemade cheap metal melting furnace.No welds were required to make this furnace.An old steel container was used for the body of the furnace.Masking tapes was used to provide a visual guide for cutting the furnace with an angle grinder.The container was 13 inch from the bottom.High temperature castable refractory and ceramic insulation were used in order to reduce propane fuel use and to allow for the possibility of melting copper alloys. Most of the materials, besides the ceramic insulation and castable refractory, were salvaged for this build.
- How to build a Homemade Emergency Water Well Pump that requires no electricity .Get water out of a well anytime, anywhere[the_ad id="6432"] This video shows the build of a Well bucket or bailer bucket is used for getting water out of a well. IIf you use water from a well, this is a good tool to have on hand for emergency situations where your electric pump stops working. This water well pump will allow you to extract water manually, without the assistance of electricity. Putting together this pump is easy. You can do it for under $40 worth of materials. Electricity fails, and hand pumps break, but a bailer bucket always draws water.Knowing how to build a bailer bucket/pump can help sustain you and your family in an emergency crisis