DIY Wooden Jar (7 pics)

Posted in       14 Jun 2012       11799       6 GALLERY VIEW



The making of these crude jars takes time and effort, but who knows, maybe they can save some desperate survivalist with no other water tank within his reach.

 


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Wild Bill 9 year s ago
I think they left out a couple of details between step 4 and step 5
       
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Mr Lee 9 year s ago
he did not use any tampons?
       
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Zaki 9 year s ago
For that delicious burnt in flavour. Mmmmmm.
       
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gigantes 9 year s ago
well this may be a reach, but i assume the idea would be to wash them out thoroughly afterwards... preferably in a fast stream.

i'm not sure how long these would last in the wild, however. maybe if they were cured in the sun and then coated with beeswax.
       
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ChrisR 9 year s ago
I thought we developed modern tools so we shouldn't have to do this anymore?
       
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gigantes 9 year s ago
really? so a modern man placed in the wild can automatically presume that modern power tools will fly in to his hand because he thinks he's something special?
       
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