How to Zero Rifle Sights

To Zero Rifle Sights is to Calibrate Them Calibrating a rifle's sights to be true and zeroed at 300 meters can be determined by calibrating them to 25 meters first. When a rifle...
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Making Your Own Concrete

Concrete has a ton of applications for us humans.  We use it for building structures like houses, bridges and roads. It can be shaped in molds to create blocks or formed...
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What is Cached Data?

In the ever-changing world of high-tech gadgets and gizmos, a whole load of jargon is thrown our way that many of us don’t necessarily understand. In this article we are tackling the tech terminology around  “cached...
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Handmade Slingshot With Hidden Knife

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kL9d9JF2V-I The Handmade Slingshot Learn about making your own handmade slingshot and how to shoot them. This example has a knife hidden inside. Slingshots are simple to make and incredibly effective in combat...
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How To Cook An Egg In A Potato

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzUXHE1Frr4 How To Cook An Egg In A Potato In this video North Survival shows you how to cook an egg inside a potato. Thinking outside the box and turning food into an oven is perfect...

The Raspberry Pi Computer

While the Raspberry Pi computer (RPI) is not a new thing, or even a unique thing, it does characterize a shift in computing as we move deeper into the information age...

The Basics of Making Eyeglasses

It is believed that eyeglasses first appeared in Italy in the late 1200's (not long after the invention of the magnifying glass) and took the world by storm. After centuries of individuals observing...

The Drop Spindle

Making yarn from fiber has been a tremendously important process in the history of civilization. Yarn can be used for everything from knitting and weaving to the manufacture of textiles and rope....
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The New Oregon Trail

Learn about how Oregon transitioned from frontier roadways to the modern highways we see today.

Building a Long Range Continuous Wave (CW) Transmitter

Here's a continuous wave (CW) transmitter for transmitting Morse code signals in the shortwave band. It is basically a variable frequency oscillator whose frequency can be varied from 5.2 MHz to...