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If you glued the two rods (and nuts) in front of the bottle to the top and bottom.....all you need to do it remove the nuts for those rods.If you apply enough force onto the nuts they will break free of the bonds that hold them.So, yes it is possible to only have to remove 25 nuts and 2 rods....you would just have to apply enough force to break the glue bonds.
Another method would involve that last bit about breaking the bottle.Except that you could use one of those one-way value kerosene siphons (that has never had kerosene put through it) and if you could manage to make a hole in the bottle at the top that is large enough to accept the tube of the siphon you could manually pump out the contents into another container.
I would be worried about using an angle ginder purely because of shrapnel and/or the blade damaging the bottle or breaking it (due to vibration, heat generated, etc etc).The point I'm making here is that there is no need to mess with all 132 nuts as there are several ways to get the bottle out.Hell a quicker and even dirtier way to do it would be to place the whole thing in a bucket, break the glass so it all pours out, and then put into another bottle.
Step 5: 4. Survival Torch> I think I would modify the design to hold the can in something like a rubber cup -- otherwise you end up burning your fingers and/or hand because the can will heat upvery quickly.
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Step 5: 4. Survival Torch> I think I would modify the design to hold the can in something like a rubber cup --otherwise you end up burning your fingers and/or hand because the can will heat up very quickly.
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