Since the dawn of creation, humans have continuously striven to utilize their environment to better themselves and to make life more livable. Armed with a passion, and a few other tangible products, in this Info Barrel article, I will teach you exactly how to make a slingshot. While technology has rendered the slingshot obsolete, as far as our reliance on it for survival, that doesn't mean that we can't make one for fun and enjoyment, or, perhaps, even to hunt, if we so like the challenge. Take head, however, to the warnings I have placed at the tail end of this Info Barrel article. While it may seem like fun to pelt your little brother with a stone, as he runs at a distance, your manufactured slingshot should not be used as a weapon, to harm another human, in any way, shape or form.
The bow and arrow is a traditional weapon that has been used for centuries. It is easy to make and even easier to use. Many cultures have chosen it as the preferred weapon for defense and for hunting. Even today young hunters often first learn their craft on a bow and arrow before moving on to more sophisticated weaponry. The bow and arrow is made from primitive materials, so there is no need for technology or manufactured pieces. It is possible to create a bow and arrow in the wilderness, so it can be viewed as a simple survival tool.
Bunk beds are a great way to save space. They are fun for kids and help you keep a small space organized, even when two children are sharing the area for sleeping and playing. If you are trying to create space in a room for only one child, you can make a loft bed. A loft bed is made the same as a bunk bed, but the bottom bed is left out of the design. This means your child can sleep on an elevated platform and still have floor space beneath the bed. If you need sleeping space for two children, the bottom bunk is necessary. This still saves space because one of the beds is elevated, using up the same area a single bed would.
A pole barn is a great way to increase the storage on your property. It is also appropriate to house farm animals in a pole barn. The structure is simple and even an inexperienced builder can create the building. You can make your pole barn more elaborate with a little creativity, but building a basic pole barn requires only wood and basic tools. The better the quality of the materials, the sturdier your pole barn will be and the longer it will last.