Instructables: exploring - outside - survival - emergency - popular Fri, 19 Dec 2014 22:00:27 PST BLOX v1.01 My Bug Out Bag / Gray Man version
My Bug Out Bag / Gray Man version - More DIY How To Projects]]> Rebbeh Hey everybody. I just wanted to share with you my bug out bag/survival pack, and its continued evolution. This 'ible is not meant to insult or degrade anyone on what they think is best, or if I think that mine is the best bag out there. No. It is simply meant as a teaching tool, and possibly you can...
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Sun, 28 Sep 2014 17:44:57 PDT
How to Build a Proper Bug Out Bag
How to Build a Proper Bug Out Bag - More DIY How To Projects]]> jwgottabass Bug Out Bags are a dime a dozen; unfortunately, most of them are poorly designed. Primarily because they often aren’t designed by the user, but rather by the store. Even the ones made by the user aren’t designed, but rather thrown together with items they unconsciously associate with wilderness surv...
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Wed, 24 Sep 2014 02:41:25 PDT
$9 Emergency Phone Charger 10 minutes
$9 Emergency Phone Charger 10 minutes - More DIY How To Projects]]> More Cowbell Power off? Grid down? Hurricane? Tornado? Camping? Apocalypse? Cross eyed lumber jack down the street?I want to show you how to make a quick, simple and cheap DIY phone charger with basic tools and skills - anyone can do this. Shelf stable, clean - with no lead acid battery mess!I used $9 in pa...
By: More Cowbell

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Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:23:32 PDT
Super Easy First Aid/Survival Kit
Super Easy First Aid/Survival Kit - More DIY How To Projects]]> TannerH My son and I made pill bottle first aid kits last year in his Cub Scout troop. While I really liked the fact that his pack leaders were teaching the kids how to be prepared for small emergencies, I decided to take the original design and upgrade it a bit. This is my take on how you can design a ver...
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Thu, 4 Sep 2014 10:07:46 PDT
U.K Bug out Bag - 1.0
U.K Bug out Bag - 1.0 - More DIY How To Projects]]> spartan.hargreaves No I am not some nut job who stands in the town on a weekend proclaiming the end is coming... But with a society dependent on energy & open to terrorism, in a world of nuclear, chemical, biological & mother nature the possibility of disaster is high, again i am not saying the end of the world, ma...
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Thu, 28 Aug 2014 15:11:24 PDT
Emergency fishing line
Emergency fishing line - More DIY How To Projects]]> andrea biffi With this DIY tool you can easily make very long fishing lines in emergency circumstances. Not only that, you can make a strong plastic wire to wrap wood branches together and build structures, you can easily replace you shoe laces, hang up food to trees during the night, build an hammock, or net to...
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Mon, 4 Aug 2014 11:40:52 PDT
Power a Flashlight With Fewer Batteries in an Emergency
Power a Flashlight With Fewer Batteries in an Emergency - More DIY How To Projects]]> The Best Hobbies Blog Don't let the zombie apocalypse or a power outage leave you in the dark. It's easier than you might think to keep your flashlight and other battery-operated devices running even without the proper number of batteries. When you've finished with this instructable feel free to check out my website and ...
By: The Best Hobbies Blog

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Tue, 22 Jul 2014 14:42:37 PDT
A Comprehensive Altoids Personal Survival/Everyday Carry Tin BudgetBugout Version 1.0  Everyday I carry the following on me at a MINIMUM: 2 knives, 2 firestarters, 2 flashlights, 2 multi tools, 2 paracord accessories and - of course - this Altoids survival kit [which I am in the process of duplicating into an Altoids Smalls Tin].  I also have 2 bugout bags [BOB] and ...
By: BudgetBugout

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Sat, 9 Mar 2013 16:29:20 PST
Split Stick Deadfall Trap
Split Stick Deadfall Trap - More DIY How To Projects]]> M3G When lost in the wilderness, food is the fuel that keeps you going, and meat is one of the best fuels you can get. However, getting said meat isn't always easy. That's where the split stick deadfall comes in. In my opinion this is the easiest deadfall trap to set up and deploy. Unlike a Figure 4 dea...
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Thu, 8 May 2014 07:15:03 PDT
Altoids Survival Kit 2.1 BudgetBugout Hey everybody!  Sit back, relax and watch as I share with you a back up kit that I keep on me at all times when I'm in the great outdoors!  If you were placed in a survival situation are you prepared? 
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Thu, 19 Dec 2013 15:06:08 PST
Survival Pen
Survival Pen - More DIY How To Projects]]> CSI worker this is my survival pen (idea IS NOT mine design IS mine). so easy ya'll laugh. now the moment you been waiting for...... here are the instructions!!!! and i give all my credit to..... PYR0721 also THIS IS NOT MADE TO TAKE TO SCHOOL But if you to use a WHITE BIC PEN Pieces gather up a bic pen (to...
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Mon, 30 Sep 2013 14:53:27 PDT
Drink Your Own Pee - [survival guide]
Drink Your Own Pee - [survival guide] - More DIY How To Projects]]> joeyisadog okay this will show you a "dirt" cheap method of generating your own water for survival purposes. clean water sources are scarce and we must learn these methods of survival for katrina-like emergency situations. dig a hole dig a hole about the size of a steering wheel and about 10 inches deep ...
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Wed, 31 Oct 2007 15:21:26 PDT
Extract Clean, Drinkable Water From Plants
Extract Clean, Drinkable Water From Plants - More DIY How To Projects]]> M3G Water is the most important thing if you are stuck in the wilderness. Sure, food is important too, but you can live for a while without it; you can't survive more than a few days without water. Unfortunately, in many environments there is either a lack of water, or the water is unsafe to drink. Fort...
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Sun, 23 Jun 2013 10:05:31 PDT
What's the LEAST Survival Gear You could carry? The Essential EDC Pocket
What's the LEAST Survival Gear You could carry? The Essential EDC Pocket - More DIY How To Projects]]> Survivor Jack As a Survival Strategist, the worst problem is getting my own family to listen and take what I say seriously about Survival Kits and Preparedness.  Even my wife was slow to embrace what I had suddenly realized as I watched the recovery efforts after the 2010 Haiti Earthquake.   The "Average Person" ...
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Tue, 29 Nov 2011 11:21:42 PST
The Supply Cache
The Supply Cache - More DIY How To Projects]]> UrbanNinjaOokami What do you do in a survival situation when you had to bug out of home, and your supplies have run thin? You don't want to risk looting or robbing someone else's supplies, or run any risk for that matter unless it is neccesary. With a premade supply cache you eliminate that risk. Firstly, for those ...
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Wed, 12 Oct 2011 20:45:22 PDT
Candle Powered Pottery Heater
Candle Powered Pottery Heater - More DIY How To Projects]]> jeremym27 The instructables site is great at finding solutions to everyday problems.  I've found that the best solutions are that those that can be built with items that you already have around the house and don't take all weekend to make.  My goal is to make this instructable fit both of those criteria. Wit...
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Mon, 5 Nov 2012 18:46:20 PST
EDC vehicle bag
EDC vehicle bag - More DIY How To Projects]]> Lorddrake This is my bag that I keep in my vehicle so I have it with me whenever I go away from the house.  I use this bag in addition to my EDC items that I carry in my pockets. Things I never leave home without .. small 7 LED flash light, pocket multitool, cellphone, razor knife I take this bag with me wh...
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Sun, 4 Nov 2012 17:22:17 PST
Emergency Fishhooks
Emergency Fishhooks - More DIY How To Projects]]> TheREAL_Xman Fishhooks and fishing line are a common part of any survival kit. Having these allows you to catch fish and to have food for dinner. But what if you're stranded and you don't have any fishhooks? Well, I show here how you can make your own fishhook, all out of things you could find in a survival situ...
By: TheREAL_Xman

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Thu, 5 Apr 2012 07:31:37 PDT
DIY MREs.....a tutorial...
DIY MREs.....a tutorial... - More DIY How To Projects]]> HTWTUSA I'm gonna be showing you a way to store meals at a fraction of the cost of commercial or even surplus MRE cost.... Your average MRE will run you between 5 and 8 bucks....My MREs cost under 3 dollars each, and are customized to my taste.... Shopping List... ***Step 1...gather your fixins....anyth...

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