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Video instructions and help with filling out and completing Can Form 5495 Surviving

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Can you spare a zipper if so that you can make yourself an improvised fishhook just break off the zip and bust open the loop pull out the loose end to a 90 degree angle and then use a rough stone to grind stay exposed tip down into a sharp point and there you go and easy to make improvised fishhook alternatively you can turn the ring tabs of any discarded soda cans into fish hooks to spend bullet casings can be repurposed into makeshift arrowheads just grab a large rock and pounce the casing flat remove the uncrushable rim by bending the metal back and forth until it breaks off and once that's all done and dusted grab a coarse stone and begin grinding down and sculpting that metal into your desired hour head shape and after a lil bit of elbow grease you'll have a sharp and strong metal Arrowhead if your boots are dripping wet and you need to dry them out then you'll probably place them next to your campfire well that's good but we can do better gather up a few large dried non porous rocks and place them on the edge of your campfire wait until those rocks are piping hot and and carefully place them inside your boot this way your boots will dry out much quicker and much more thoroughly as they're drawing from both the outside and the inside if you've left the house then chances are you've brought along your house keys well the jagged teeth of these keys can be used as a small impromptu saw to saw the small notches required for primitive traps and various other tools if you're struggling to find tenders or natural fire-starting materials then have a look down at your socks cotton and...

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