Do It Yourself, Fire-Starting Material

The Bud Spencer: Cigarette Filter Napalm

This is a simple yet effective method to create an excellent fuel which is very much similar to napalm. It ignites fast and burns quite long. You will see that we have listed varying ingredients, as a few of them can be substituted – if you cannot find one, then use another. We always like… Continue reading The Bud Spencer: Cigarette Filter Napalm

Do It Yourself, Fire-Starting Material

Self-Igniting Fuel

This method is a self-igniting fuel which is very volatile when the two parts are combined. At first it may not seem like it’s doing anything, but don’t be fooled at this! Difficulty Level: 1 out of 5 You Will Need: - Potassium Permanganate – found at pharmacies. - Glycerine – convenience stores or pharmacies.… Continue reading Self-Igniting Fuel

Do It Yourself, Fire-Starting Material

Make Your Own Waterproof Matches

The good old waterproof match - the use is in the name. Soon, we will be posting a tutorial on how to make strike anywhere matches, and we will also apply the waterproofing to them. We will present two different methods of waterproofing matches: the wax method and the nail polish method. Both wax and… Continue reading Make Your Own Waterproof Matches

The Crossbow, Weapons

The Crossbow: Silent Killer

  When you need a primary ranged weapon for defence or offence, hunting etc, most Westerners would jump for a rifle or a sidearm, however this is a grave mistake. Why? The gun is in fact not a silent weapon, even if it is surpressed or silenced. The silencer or surpressor only serves to lessen… Continue reading The Crossbow: Silent Killer