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  1. General Discussion
    Not sure if there's already a post here that addresses this. Even if so, I may have done this a little differently. Got sick and tired of frying the batteries on my "inexpensive" Harbor Freight 18v drills. So I modified the charger base. From the factory, the charger supplies 1.14Amps to the...
  2. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Looking for a good corded drill for a deck project. After building the new chicken house it became clear my current cordless drill is on its last leg. My current drill is a Skil 2860 cordless. The battery is getting weak and will only last a couple of hours. The Skil 2860 was a good drill...
  3. DIY - Do It Yourself
    I came across this website! Drill your own well. Good info on this site especially for all the "off the grid" enthusiasts or places in remote areas. USE PVC as your drill! Why pay those expensive fees to hire someone else to do the work. This site is dedicated to technique and is not one of...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    i posted a video on my rocket stove the other day and it seemed like it was wellrecieved based on the number of people that thanked me. i thought that my well drilling video might be of interest to some. here is the 3 part series. i actuall y have drank from it and watered my veggie garden with...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hey all I have been developing my bow drill skills i have got some good initial results but i was wondering what woods the other Aussies around here would recommend as it has not really been documented for Australian bush cheers
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I really want to master firelighting by friction, but I'm a little unsure about the materials to use, since I live in the city, in Florida... Next time I go out in the woods, what kind of wood should I look for? Also, what is the best material for cordage? Any info may help me master a skill of...
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