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Very nicely done. I used to do something like this with my Dad more than 50 years ago...
Yup. Been drinking raw eggs in protein shakes for decades. When I Was a body builder I drank a dozen raw eggs a day. Never any problems.
I carry condoms in my survival pack's med gear. The can be used as finger stalls in the case of an injured digit.
I am interested to know what the droplet size would be for a fuel injected engine. The size in a stock FI engine is +/-5 microns. This can be further reduced by adding acetone to the fuel in a ratio of 40ml/70L. This weakens the surface tension in the fuel and will provide more mileage. This was used to great benefit in WWI in the South Pacific by American fighter pilots.
This is a nice little kit for carry around purposes. I think that one of the greatest things that happens when someone posts their idea of a survival kit, whether it be big or small, extended use or day pack, is the very interesting fact that for those who examine it in venues such as this, as you can see in the comments, are ideas. It gets people thinking, then coming up with either improvements or their own version and we all benefit. Well done Mike!
Great tip Ray. I use a key fob made from a 1/2 inch metal punch 6 inches long. Drill a hole across the strike surface of the punch about 3/8 inch down from the top. Clasped in the fist the business end of the punch stick out the bottom of the fist 1 to 1 1/2 inches. The keys can be used as a spiky flail. In addition to this I drill 11/32 holes in one facet of the punch shank on either side of where my second finger will be. In these holes I sweat hardened semi sharpened pieces of 1/4 inch rod. These pieces will have to be tailored to the individual fist and should stick out between the fingers about 3/8 inch.
Nice model. It looks more like a Kama that a Sythe.
Computerized water injection systems are still in use today, mostly on diesel engines. Edelbrock made a similar electronic system in the 80s called Vara-jection. With one of these installed one could advance the timing on a non-computer controlled engine to get more power. The water (or alcohol) cooled the intake charge enough to prevent detonation. The downfall of these is that if you forgot to fill the water reservoir or the electronic control module died you would have to back off the timing right away or risk a holed piston.
I depends if you are English or American. What the Americans call "Cider" in England is apple juice to an Englishman. Cider in England is alcoholic, otherwise it's just apple juice.
I have cut propane tanks before and for a loooong time they small of propane. What do you do to get rid of the remaining oil field products that are ingrained into the metal of the tank? I Made a 100 LB tank into a boiler for pig food but couldn't use it because of that very problem...
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