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[Video] How To Make Rope From Grass

Handmade Grass Rope

Here’s a relatively easy way to make rope of any length and strength from common grass growing anywhere. The process is straight-forward. Rip out the grass, divide it, knot one end, then twist the two halves.

If a family needed more rope for a survival project, this technique is simple enough that the children can help. Their contribution.

And, as always, Learn, Practice, and Share.

 

 

Source & Image: NightHawkInLight

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[Video] Using A Homemade Spear

“Wake Up! The Chickens Are Going Crazy …”

… is how Southern Prepper1’s wife woke him before dawn one morning. Grabbing a flashlight and his .22, he went outside and then into the chicken coop.

Confronted with a snarling, sharp-clawed opossum, and with panicked chickens wildly flapping about the small enclosure, he decided not to shoot … probably also saving his eardrums.

Instead, he went to workshop and grabbed his spear.

All About The Spear VIDEO On The NEXT PAGE

[Video] Ruger 10/22 Target Rifle Build Install

A Ruger 10/22 In A Target Mode

The Ruger 10/22 is one of the most popular and reliable rifles in the marketplace … and it has been for along time. Sootch00 has reviewed, rebuilt, and re-purposed the 10/22 in several videos over the years.

ruger 10/22

Ruger 10/22 Target Rifle Build Install

Today, he’s taking the Ruger and turning it into a “tack driver” on the range. His goal is to complete this project as inexpensively as possible. So, first things first:

Tools Needed For The Rifle Rebuild

  • Screw Drivers (two sizes)
  • Hex Wrench
  • 5/32 Punch
  • Non-Marring Hammer
  • Aero Shell MS33 (lithium) Barrel Grease
  • Bench Block (Optional)
  • Vise w/Protective pads (Optional)

Detailed Step-By-Step VIDEO & Parts List On Page 2

[Video] How To Clean Your Ceramic Sharpening Rod

Knife Sharpening Rod Clean In 2 Minutes

Do you use a ceramic rod to sharpen your knives? Have you had it for a while? Then it’s probably marked and covered by the steel removed from all those knives after many sharpenings.

knife sharpening rod

Ceramic Sharpening Rod

With the ceramic pores filled with metal grit, the rod is a less efficient sharpener. So it’s time to clean it.

VIDEO Of Quick Cleaning Tip On PAGE 2

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