To make a wind detector, take an empty nasal spray bottle and remove the spray tip and any tubes. You might have to enlarge the hole in the spray tip using a large pin or paper clip. Make sure the inside is completely dry and then fill it with powdered chalk, which can [...]
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Arrow shafts can vary in diameter, but the grippers on most quivers are the same. I have found that some of my quivers do not hold the shafts tightly enough, and the arrows slip out or rattle around. I'd rather not risk damage to any of the grippers by screwing, pop-riveting or dismantling [...]
I have a set of very old cast iron skillets. A well-seasoned cast iron skillet is as good as any expensive nonstick frying pan. At camp, as well as at home, this skillet can quickly become a family favorite. With proper care, it will last for several generations. The first rule of cast [...]