Bow Drill Fire Making Kit with DVD

June 12, 2015 · Posted in drill · Comments Off 
Bow Drill Fire Making Kit with DVD


Are you a Survivorman/woman? Could you start a fire without matches, a lighter or any other modern fire making tool? If your answer is no, then this is the kit for you. You’ve probably seen the guys from Dual Survival, Man VS. Wild, or even Survivorman make fire using tools like this. If your interested in learning these skills you’ve come to the right place. Most kits come with PAPER instructions, but this kit contains a 1hour 13 minute How to DVD that will teach you details about The Bow Drill , The Hand Drill, Flint & Steel, The Fire Piston, The Metal Match, The Fresnal Lens, Plus Words of Wisdom in a Spiritual sense. In the DVD you will also learn Proper Form, The Hand Drill made easy, & how to make a bow drill set using materials & tools found only in nature. This is a NEW and REVISED DVD with additional Information. The kit also comes with a complete bow drill set which includes. 1-special made ceramic hand hold. (that will last a lifetime). 1-wooden bow with 550 para cord. 1-soft wood fire board. 1-4ft length of jute for tinder. I DO NOT use lumber yard materials, the drill and fireboard materials were found in nature. The materials used in the bow drill set are the best choice for beginners. The bow drill set comes ready to make fire right out of the box. You will not find a better deal anywhere else for a kit like this one. Just try a google or yahoo search for “bow drill set or DVD” and compare my price with others. This would be a great skill to practice and learn during your next camping trip. Please contact me with any questions that you may have, I will be glad to answer you. Discounts available for multiple orders. Watch the video below for a demonstration of the bow drill in action. This is a clip from the DVD that is included in this kit. The item “Bow Drill Fire Making Kit with DVD” is in sale since Thursday, June 11, 2015. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Outdoor Sports\Camping & Hiking\Survival & Emergency Gear”. The seller is “thesouthernsurvivor” and is located in Myrtle, Mississippi. This item can be shipped to United States, to Canada, to United Kingdom, DK, RO, SK, BG, CZ, FI, HU, LV, LT, MT, EE, to Australia, GR, PT, CY, SI, to Japan, to China, SE, KR, ID, to Taiwan, ZA, TH, to Belgium, to France, to Hong Kong, to Ireland, to Netherlands, PL, to Spain, to Italy, to Germany, to Austria, RU, IL, to Mexico, to New Zealand, PH, SG, to Switzerland, NO, SA, UA, AE, QA, KW, BH, HR, MY, TR, BR, CL, CO, CR, DO, PA, TT, GT, SV, HN, JM.

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Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit

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Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit


Who Needs an Emergency Supplies Kit in their Vehicle, Boat, or RV and Why? It doesn’t require much of an Internet search to find examples of natural disasters around the globe that has left people homeless or stranded far from home and in most cases, helpless. Natural disasters strike with little or no warning as evidenced recently in Kathmandu, Nepal after an earthquake measuring 7.8 on the Richter Scale. Similar earthquake activity in Japan and Indonesia caused death and destruction on a scale that is difficult to comprehend. Natural disasters have been a presence throughout human existence but now we get to witness the aftermath to death and destruction on High-Def television coverage from the presumed safety of our living rooms, on tablets, or smart phones. Everyone watching disaster coverage on T. Probably have the same thought, “poor people, THAT could never happen here”. Depending on geography, many would be right, but only about being safe from THAT specific threat. Earthquakes affect wide swaths of human inhabited territory but there are many more threats to our safety. Wikipedia provides the following list of environmental disasters in addition to earthquakes as follows. As we were discussing in Kathmandu, Nepal, active faults are present in many of the United States that provide measurable seismic events. There is growing evidence that the process of Fracking used to extract oil and natural gas is also producing earthquakes in areas previously not seismically active. Perhaps not as common as earthquakes but the potential for disruption to orderly existence is present on a massive scale. Chile is a current example where people have become refugees as the direct result of the massive volumes of volcanic ash being deposited onto towns and cities. Eruptions come with little warning and those fleeing volcano activity do so hurriedly with little time to grab provisions or valuables. Once on the road it comes down to the supplies and gear in the vehicle you are fleeing. Limited to geographic regions that get snow since a blizzard is a type of winter storm that is severe, and is typified by heavy snow and strong winds. If trapped in such conditions, survival can indeed come down to what is inside the car with you. Capable of destroying anything it its path as well as trapping people inside structures. Escape routes can be cut off as well as the routes used by rescuers. Avalanches can be triggered by earthquakes as seen in Nepal, or by heavy rain falling on saturated ground especially after a recent wildfire may have burned away ground cover needed to maintain hill stability. Violent columns of air ranging in size from a dozen yards up to a couple miles in width where it meets the ground. Wind speeds can range between 110 mph-300 mph and have the ability to destroy anything in its path leaving survivors with no home and no possessions other than what they are carrying in their vehicles. Contents of this Vehicle Emergency Kit. Canvas Parachute Bag – Very sturdy, heavy duty cotton canvas bag which will provide a lot of space for clothing and other provisions as you see fit to pack. The bag expands to 24″ x 15″ x 13 and has a snap and zipper closures running the full length of the single compartment. Tarp measuring 5′ ft x 7′ft – Either for overhead shelter or modifying and turning a stranded vehicle into a shady refuge. In conjunction with paracord, a tent can quickly and easily be fashioned. Paracord – 50 feet x 1/8 inch, 80 pound safe working load. This may be used to rig the tent depicted in the photograph above with the tarp. Water pouches, (16-quantity) , 4.2 ounce 1/8 U. Water is the most critical survival commodity and as anyone that has stored water in a vehicle, it is difficult to store inside the hot confines of a trunk, boat, or RV. These packets are made from foil and is unaffected by hot storage environments like traditional plastic water bottles. The printed expiration date on the packages is 08/2019. Stainless Steel Cup w/fold-able Handle, 18 ounce – use this cup to heat liquids on the Swiss Gel Stove included in this kit. Use for to heat water for instant coffee on a cold winter night. Swiss Gel Fuel M1 Stove Kit – yes, that is a real flame in the picture! Includes fuel and reusable burner. This is a very simple, yet effective device for heating food in emergency situations. The fuel container is wrapped by a thin piece of metal that you remove from around the gel canister and fit inside the lip of that same gel canister. When properly fitted inside the gel canister lip, the combination creates a miniature burner that is perfect for use with the stainless steel cup. When ready to use the stove, after removing the twist-off lid, puncture the foil cover over the gel canister. A thumbnail easily will penetrate, and once a small slit is made, tear the remainder from around the rim. Then install the burner type lid and apply a flame to the gel which will quickly ignite. Upon completion of use, carefully remove the burner lid from atop the gel canister and re-apply the twist-on lid to the top of the gel canister. This starves the flame of oxygen and it extinguishes. Waterproof Matches – 50-count, wood sticks, striking bar on box side. Waterproof Matchbox – which has a compass on the lid, and a fire starter flint built into the side. Also has a shrill signal whistle built in. Texport Chow Kit – Knife, Fork, Spoon combo in a plastic carry pouch. Ozark Trail Pocket Knife – stainless steel serrated blade, pocket clip, black plastic handle. Survival Saw – 22 inch stainless steel wire blade, 105 lb breaking strain. It can also be used to make a bow saw by cutting a flexible sapling, then nothing it at both ends to hold the wire saw. Mirror/Signal Device – unbreakable, make from acrylic, weights 12.5g. Emergency Blanket – reflects 90% of body heat, wind and water proof, 56″ x 84″. Hooded Poncho – one size fits most, cotton drawstring, made from polyethylene. LED Flashlight – nine LED bulbs, compact size (3.5 inches). Sterno Emergency Candles (2) – each will burn for approximately 9 hours, unscented. Duct Tape Roll – 1.8 inch x 30 ft, basic strength. Coleman Biowipes – 30-wipes, resealable package, wipes measure 8″ inch by 10″inch. Rinse Free Shampoo – 4-ounces, biodegradable, no water or rinsing required. When stranded, nothing compares to the mental boost of being able to perform basic hygiene steps. Vaseline Moisturizer – 2 ounces, contains pure oat extract. Toilet Paper – travel size, 150 sheets measuring 4.5″ x 4.7″. Germ-x Hand Sanitizer – kills 99% of germs, contains moisturizer with vitamin E. Gold Bond Body Powder – 1 ounce, triple action relief, it cools, relieves itch, absorbs sweat. Repel Sun & Bug, sun screen and insect repellent with 20% Deet – 0.5 ounces. Lip Balm – odorless, includes SPF 30 Sunscreen, 0.15 oz tube. Kleenex Travel Pack – 10-3 ply tissues measuring 8.6″ x 8.3″. Q-tips – travel pack in plastic case, 30 count. What you will need to add in order to personalize the kit to your needs. Medications – remember, emergencies occur when we least expect it and at all times of the day or night. What you have on your person or in your vehicle might be all that you have to survive even if only temporarily. Medications typically run pretty tight, meaning that the supply you have on-hand might be only sufficient to last the month we are currently in. Included with medication you stock, should be over-the-counter type items such as aspirin, anti-inflammatory medication, stomach medications, and any other specific items you would normally use. Consider including water purification tablets found at any sporting goods store in the camping supplies section in case clean water is in short supply. Clothing – Depending on where you live, this could mean life or death. For example, if you live in a very cold climate, becoming stranded on a highway during a blizzard might mean an overnight stay inside your vehicle. If you have only light duty clothing on as most of us do when heading across town on an errand, once the temperature drops at night, you may be in real trouble. I suggest a three pair of undergarments i. Socks, underwear, bra if applicable, because if you are indeed stranded for several days, having the ability to practice good hygiene will have a marked benefit to your mental well-being. Pack a pair of sweat pants which can be used to layer, putting them on over pants to insulate, or wearing multiple pair to keep warm. A heavy sweater or sweatshirt along with a heavy weatherproof jacket, a beanie cap or ear muffs will provide better protection against the cold. Gloves, both work type leather as well as wool ski type gloves will protect you in case you must dig out of a snow bank or install snow chains as well as if you needed to strike out on foot to affect rescue. Sleeping Bag – or a blanket to retain heat over the long haul. The space available for a sleeping bag is limited so it would have to be a goose down bag that can be compressed into a small package. These type usually have the best temperature rating compared with sleeping bags filled with synthetic materials and have unrivaled compression capabilities. Food – I do not place food inside the kits because there is so much variation on the types of emergency rations available. Just because they are available doesn’t mean you will eat them, even if circumstances are dire, so I leave food decisions up to the end-user. You could put together a combination of freeze-dried foods that only need reconstitution with water, or something like energy or protein bars such as Zone, or Power Bars. The presence of the Swiss Gel Stove and stainless steel cup gives you options to prepare hot food, the type that requires boiling water. If you regularly transport children or other adults, keep in mind their potential needs. Beef jerky is a popular addition because it has long shelf life and is packed with protein. Add snack items as well for the purpose of providing a mental boost during emergency situations that perhaps might have you experiencing anxiety. First Aid Supplies – I did not include a kit for the simple reason that there are so many variations that I have little faith in the smaller kits. I prefer to hand-build them to my own liking as I suggest you do as well. If you have little experience deciding what to stock in a custom first aid kit, Google the topic, “anatomy of a First Aid Kit” and the options will be abundant. Back-up Power Supply – one element in disasters that is universal is the loss of battery recharging capabilities. I cite the Hurricane that struck the Eastern United States, Sandy, when people were lined up for the opportunity to hastily charge their cell phones because the hurricane took out the grid electricity, everyone lost the ability to communicate with cell phones. This is so completely unacceptable and needless because there are a great many options for emergency power. Simply carrying a solar battery charging station, or better yet, a solar powered battery pack that holds over 10,000 mAh, enough to power an iPhone about 4-times over. Other devices are more simple but are no less effective at charging phones and require only fresh “AA” batteries to recharge your devices. I would also carry several packs of “AAA” batteries for the flashlight. Even if your immediate area is devastated, radio stations outside the disaster zone will still be on the air to provide you with valuable information. Machete or Survival Knife – dare I say for protection? Let us say for sake of discussion that you are indeed stranded on the side of the road during a blizzard or other problem. You have supplies, albeit not enough for the whole gaggle of stranded people, but some of your fellow strandees might get the idea that your stuff would fit nicely in their vehicle. A sharp machete is an effective tool for dissuading that line of thought as well as being useful for practical tasks related to survival. A can of pepper spray would be advisable as well. Entrenching Tool or Portable Shovel – my fellow veterans will immediately appreciate the usefulness of this tool. If stranded for any length of time you will want to dig a latrine, or perhaps in a blizzard, dig the snow out from around the exhaust pipe so you don’t asphyxiate from CO2. If you are in the desert and stuck in lose sand, this tool could mean the difference between a long stay in the desert (involuntarily), or making it home in time for dinner. Just as the machete is a multi-purpose tool that can be used for self defense, so is this tool! The item “Automobile Emergency Kit, Disaster survival supplies, bug out bag, survival kit” is in sale since Thursday, June 11, 2015. This item is in the category “Sporting Goods\Outdoor Sports\Camping & Hiking\Survival & Emergency Gear”. The seller is “hynns” and is located in Orange, California. This item can be shipped to United States.