Whether you have the best-laid plans to bug out to a secure location, one you have set up ahead of time, or you don’t have anywhere to go when you bug out, there is a good chance you’ll be camping at some point. But unlike a building that has walls, be it a house, cabin, or another type of structure, a campsite is open and exposed and is an easy target—unless you are prepared.
Many survival scenarios will require you to abandon your home or “bug out”. The next goal should be to get to an area you feel safe enough to stay in for an extended period. Now if that area already has a shelter for you, all the better. But what if you have to make your own? If you’re looking to build a long lasting structure, one of the best ways to do it is with survival cement.
Bow Drill Bonus Field Guide: Tinder Bundle
That’s the bow drill!
Prepper Advantage Field Guide: The Final Steps
In this step we’re going to filling the notch with fire dust.
This section is going to be short and sweet.
Your notch is carved out. You’re burned in.
Alright, everything is built.
In this step we’re going to cover a few finishing touches to our kit.
Alright, now it’s time to shape the spindle.