• How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 16. Nov
  • 98

How An Off Grider Makes A Tiny House From Free Wooden Pallets.

When SHTF, money is low, or you’re just looking to be really frugal and re-purpose materials Pallets are a pretty cool solution for building things. We thought this video of a tiny home that used pallets might be good inspiration for your own…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Recommendations
  • 11. Jul
  • 17

Dramatically Slash The Cost And Time Needed To Build Your Very Own Home.

This super-smart technique empowers you to move into your new home  lightening fast – with cash to spare.
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Recommendations
  • 10. Jul
  • 10

How To Build A Submarine And Other Boats

With all sorts of craft in all sorts of sizes, there’s bound to be one for you.
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Recommendations
  • 10. Jul
  • 16

Discover How To Turn Out Perfect Woodworking Projects – Automatically!

It’s like a 3D printer for wood.
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival
  • 10. May
  • 93

How To Set Up A Shipping Container Survival Home

How To Set Up a Shipping Container Survival Home Your home is the hub of your family life. It’s where you can gain a respite from anything that’s going on. You can relax, spend time with the people you love and be secure from harm and…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 2. Aug
  • 42

How To Set Up A “Must Have” Survival Water Storage System

Water storage is absolutely essential for crisis survival. Truth be told most water storage containers aren’t designed for real life survival situations. Setting up your water storage system is simple if you use a unique survival tool known as the…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 22. Dec
  • 36

Building A Tiled Roof Hut From Scratch

This tiled roof hut was built completely from scratch using only primitive tools, and natural materials. This is what real survival skills are all about. Sure it takes some work, but the pay off is well worth it. It’s interesting to note that…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 22. Dec
  • 197

How To Build A Primitive Wattle And Daub Survival Hut From Scratch

  In the following video you will see how one person built this wattle and daub hut starting from scratch . It was built from naturally occurring materials and primitive tools. This hut is 2m wide and 2m long, the side walls are 1m high and the…
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  • BushcraftHow to Build Stuff -…
  • 7. Dec
  • 135

Bushcraft Survival Technique: How To Make A Primitive Bone Fish Hook That Actually Works

Love him,or hate him Ray Mears is one popular bushcrafter. He has many instructional videos that are outstanding. In the following video Mears teaches how to make a very good fish hook out of primitive materials. He makes this fish hook with nothing…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival
  • 26. Jun
  • 62

How To Build A Primitive Thatched Dome Hut From Scratch

Knowing how to build a thatched dome hut from scratch is a valuable survival skill to have. It could be a real life saver. Hopefully you’ll never be in a situation where you’ll need one. Nonetheless you can add it to your survival tool…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 22. Jun
  • 73

How To Get Free Hot Water From An Off Grid Compost Wheelie Bin

It’s true, you can get free hot water by using this compost wheelie bin setup. This is a nice method of obtaining free hot water. Of course it’s not boiling hot, however you’ll be pleased with exactly how warm the water does get…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 4. Jun
  • 422

How To Make A Lock From A Dinner Fork

Here is a clever way to lock a door using a dinner fork. This dinner fork lock is easy to make, and is cheap as well. This lock could come in handy if you need to add some extra security if your staying at a cheap motel, or using a public restroom…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…SurvivalSurvival Gear
  • 22. Apr
  • 50

How To Build A Drum Smoker That Will Crank Out Some Amazing Barbecue

It’s getting close to that time of year when we start thinking about bringing out the old BBQ. We recently discovered a way that will allow you to convert a 55 gallon steel drum into and amazing smoker that makes some amazing mouth watering…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 2. Feb
  • 35

How To Build A Self Feeding Survival Fire That Manages Itself

Knowing how to build a self feeding fire is one of the great survival tips for the wilderness you can learn. If you are in a survival situation more than likely you are going to be pretty exhausted by the end of the day. Wouldn’t it be nice to…
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  • BushcraftHow to Build Stuff -…
  • 26. Jan
  • 57

How To Make A Bushcraft Chair That’s So Good Ikea Would Be Jealous!

Knowing how to make a bushcraft chair could come in real handy in the wilderness. It beats the heck out of sitting on the ground, or on some hard rock. In the following video you will see how to make your own bushcraft chair that’s really…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 21. Jan
  • 28

DIY Survival Water Purification System – Save About $100 With This Fast, And Easy Build

We all know that water is one of the most important things to have in an emergency. A hurricane, or flood, or some other natural disaster could jeopardize your water supply. Having a water filter would come in very handy in such an event. We ran…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 19. Jan
  • 55

How To Make Stone And Bone Survival Tools

Having a knife is a very important survival tool. You can make all sorts of things that could help keep you alive. It allows you to prepare fish for eating, making weapons, or in helping to build a shelter. The problem that can come up is that you…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 15. Jan
  • 34

How To Get Water From A Tree In The Wilderness.

If you are ever in the wilderness in need of water in an emergency situation you’re going to learn how to get water from a tree. We’re talking clean pure water that you can drink straight from the tree. We want to stress you should only…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 12. Jan
  • 34

How To Make A Burn Bowl – Outstanding Survival Skill

Knowing how to make a burn bowl is a very important skill to have. Most preppers, and survivalists would agree its easier to carry a pot with you. However you may be in a situation where you don’t have one such as a plane crash or…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 28. Dec
  • 131

How To Make Homemade MREs – Save Money By Making Them Yourself

Many times when we go camping, or hiking we would like to stay a little longer. However the main thing that usually forces us to leave is running out of food (assuming you’re not under a time constraint. If you did manage to pack enough food…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 27. Dec
  • 20

How To Make An SHTF Battery Out Of The Loose Change In Your Pocket.

Are you aware there energy hidden inside your pocket change? In this post you will learn how to turn pennies into make-shift batteries that can power small current devices like LED’s and calculators, etc. In the video that follows you will see…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 26. Dec
  • 60

How To Build A DIY Solar Heater With Recycled Cans

Constructing a solar panel heater out of aluminum cans is not as crazy as it sounds. These solar heaters have been referred to as green energy and recycling all rolled into one package. These unique heaters are very inexpensive, and quite efficient…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 23. Dec
  • 75

How To Make A DIY Poor Man’s Water Filter That Works Great

In a disaster, or survival situation having drinkable water is one of the most important things you have access to. In our daily lives many people are questioning whether our tap water is safe to drink. Water can become acidic as it flows through…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 11. Dec
  • 125

DIY Off-Grid Small Scale Solar Power System That Runs Just About Anything.

This DIY Solar System will run drills, hedge trimmers, string trimmers, blenders, can openers, soldering irons, heating pad, crock pot, computer, lights, fans the list is almost endless.  All of these things and more… from one 3 panel set.…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 29. Nov
  • 118

How To Make A Handy Wooden Clamp That’s Useful, And Simple To Make

This useful, and simple way to make wooden clamp will have you wondering “why didn’t I think of that?” You’ll find that this DIY wooden clamp can be used for many things. If you’ve been looking at drill press vises and…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 29. Nov
  • 344

How To Make A DIY Mini Lathe Out Of A Power Drill.

If you have a fledgling workshop, or small garden shed, or not a lot of money for specialized tools, you’ll love this DIY mini lathe. It will make a handy addition to your tool collection. You’ll find this a very simple but useful lathe…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival
  • 11. Nov
  • 442

How To A Make Solar Air Heater That Produces 140 Degree Temperature Even With Outdoor Air In The Mid 40’s…Awesome, And Easy To Make

Winter temperatures are here, and so are the higher heating bills. If you still want to stay warm, and toasty you’re going to love this solar air heater. This is a totally unique design that we’re sure you haven’t seen yet. This is…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 4. Nov
  • 28

How To Keep Your Home Warmer For Under $2 – This Simple Tip Really Works

Winter, and very cold temperatures are already here which means higher electric bills trying to keep our homes warm. There is an item in your home (actually a good number of them) that a majority of people wouldn’t think contributes to making…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 1. Nov
  • 398

How To Make Your Own Nut Cracker Machine – Shell A 5 Gallon Bucket Of Walnuts In Just 5 Minutes…Awesome Idea Here!

How would you like to be able to shell a 5 gallon of bucket of walnuts in 5 minutes or less? With this DIY nut cracker machine you’ll be able to exactly that, and more. By hand the same job would take you over 8 hours. This DIY nut cracker…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 26. Oct
  • 150

How To Make A $120 Ultimate Bushcraft Axe For $7 – Awesome Axe That’s Just As Good As Those Swedish Axes

Survivalists, and bushcrafters are into axes. A good quality Swedish axe can cost upwards of $120. If you can afford it, go ahead and purchase one of them. Or, if you want to save some money you can learn how to make one of these beauties right…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 26. Oct
  • 39

How To Make A PVC Survival Cache

In case you are not familiar with a survival cache it any sort of container that holds your essential survival supplies in a secret location. What you put in your survival cache is your choice, however we’ll give you some ideas later on if…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 25. Oct
  • 32

How To Make A Simple 3 Block Concrete Survival Stove – This Is About As Fast, And Easy As It Gets.

If you are ever in a survival, or disaster situation and need to boil water or cook something in a hurry we’ve got you covered. This fast, and easy 3 concrete block rocket stove is just what you need. If you can’t find any concrete…
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  • BushcraftHow to Build Stuff -…
  • 22. Oct
  • 309

How To Make A Long Bow Survival Bow In 90 Minutes. Shoots Great Up To 25 Yards

If you want to make a long bow survival bow you’re going to love this version. The bow shoots great up to 25 yards, and will penetrate about 7 inches into your target. This makes it ideal for hunting elk, or deer in a survival situation. This…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Signs Of The Times…
  • 16. Oct
  • 2.1K

How To Make Your Noisy Garage Door Whisper Quiet

Here’s How To Make That Noisy Garage Door “Whisper” Quiet If you have one of those automatic aluminum garage doors that open automatically you know how noisy they can become over time. If you learn the tricks that are shown here…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 7. Oct
  • 209

How To Build A Wickiup – The Ultimate, Longer Term Survival Shelter

This precursor of the American Indian tepee is still the classic primitive shelter. It’s strong enough to ward off prevailing winds, it’s weatherproof, and can be constructed fairly fast. It is quite comfortable for use as a longer-term…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 21. Sep
  • 47

DIY Emergency Solar Power When You Need It. Inexpensive, And Easy Set Up

You never know when your power is going to go out, so it’s imperative that you are prepared. We think this DIY emergency solar power system is a great idea. It’s a simple build, and it’s inexpensive as well. This system may be…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Useful Skills
  • 19. Sep
  • 2.2K

How To Hook Up A Generator To Your Electrical Panel The Proper Way.

As a prepper, or survivalist you already understand the importance of having a generator. Should a disaster strike, or your power goes down having a generator will save you a lot of grief. Many people have generators, but have not taken the time to…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 18. Sep
  • 1.1K

How To Convert Your Generator To Natural Gas, Or Propane For $5

How To Convert Your Generator To Natural Gas, Or Propane. Many people are converting their gas powered generators over to natural gas, and propane power. It makes sense when you consider the high price of gas. In addition to price natural gas, and…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 14. Sep
  • 28

DIY Off Grid Solar Back Up Power That’s Cheap, And Easy To Make

This is a complete system to make an off  grid solar back up power system to supply you with power should the grid go down. It is one of the best “how to” videos for this kind of project that we have seen to date. All the instructions…
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  • How to Build Stuff -…Survival Gear
  • 13. Sep
  • 1.7K

How To Build A Solar Powered Water Heater That’s Simple, And Economical

This is a great DIY solar powered water heater. This simple design for a batch type water heater that makes use of a thermosiphon loop to transport water between a thermal collector, and a storage barrel. The Drawbacks To This: It’s most…
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