KentcraftPrepper 1: Sorry mate, but you need to put a bit more eagerness in your videos, as you
were making me depressed to the point where I had to skip your video, this
is just some constructive critisium sorry mate
zacheisjd: Good job, just I would have put the handle on it first just in case it
cracks the dowel.
gerry immer: Did you do anything with the tapered inside compression chamber?
jacob bowder: double o rings is a nice touch, I think I will try it
Thomas Malone: He is hungover! Love the shirt, and thanks for the vid!
warrior7772: Interesting in a way, but oh so boring and monotone.
SuperSkinnymoose: I hadn't seen this before. Good video man. Nice lack of BS and very clear
SHTF Survivalist: Thanks. I appreciate it.
SHTF Survivalist: I really can't remember. I made that video so long ago. I literally have to
make, or do everything in these videos one time before I make the video to
make sure it works for the viewers. It is a lot of work making these
videos. I have almost thrown in the towel a few times, but because of all
the positive feedback I get from my subscribers I keep making them.
SHTF Survivalist: They sure do. I really want a welder, so many things I could do with it.
Thanks for checking out the video man.
junkman6261: cool channel!
Jeff LaVoice: Here in Alaska Chaga (fungus that grows on Birch) can be used instead of
char cloth :)
SHTF Survivalist: Made the video at 3 am I was, so tired.
TheConcretesurfer101: The best demonstration of how to make one without hours of tweeking. Thank
you...You Rock dude.
hutch876: Well then I appreciate your dedication to the cause. I greatly enjoy you
Silver Prepper: Great idea and video. Thanks, I sub'd. Check out my new channel if you like.
Sean Anderson: Hey I watched your aluminum can melting video , did you ever do those other
things you mentioned at the end of the video? the propane powered one and
the oil powered one ?
SHTF Survivalist: Thanks. The drill press sure comes in handy for a lot of my projects.
2000xlt: nice job bro,,was that the first strike on camera?
Michael Mays Sr: I have made a few homemade fire pistons and the process I used was very
similar to yours. I did not use the double rings, but I can see the use
there. The only modification I could suggest I did not see you implement
was to slightly flare the opening of the tube. This reduces wear and tear
on your rings and does not sacrifice compression.
fatpius: def gonna try this!
SHTF Survivalist: Yeah that's a good idea.
SHTF Survivalist: You're welcome.
Mauricio Juarez: very interested in the project but you are so boring, i could watch it, i
stop at 1:23 sorry man, don't hurt to smile or to change your tone or voice
once in a while it wont make you look gay or weak.
eqlzr2: I admit not knowing anything about this. I've watched several fire piston
construction vids in the last 30 mins or so. I wonder if Vaseline ends up
damaging the rubber ring or washer material that's on the end of the
piston. If so, I wonder if silicone or lithium grease would work better.
Thanks for the vid.
Gta 5: cool shirt
ploponmybigredcouch: After watching several videos of "DIY" fire pistons where you pretty much
need a small machine shop to fabricate it, I was very happy to stumble
across this one. With the super simple and easy to understand instructions
here, I think almost anyone who wanted to give it a shot could make one.
You've definitely got a new subscriber!
SHTF Survivalist: Thanks.
Derrick Bullard: ALWAYS grease up the wood !!
SHTF Survivalist: Thank you. I try to make them as simple as possible.
Michael Mays Sr: Thanks, I have a few every now and again..
DaveMcKansas: Adding to the compliments. You have the most uncomplicated way of
demonstrating things. I built one of those and it didn't work. Pretty sure
now that I know why. Good job, man. All of your tutorials are good.
MercyRoad: Thanks for making it easy to understand, great job.
Ghostkamo: Hey, I'm wishing I had a drill press and a band saw right now. I'm big on
improvising but, the right tools make life just a little smoother. Enjoyed
the vid bro. I never made a fire piston and this was helpful.
GreenHatPIrate: How does it work ?
hutch876: Smile my friend...
Johnny Appleseed: I've never made one of these, never even used one. Interesting. Subbed ya,
good video !
Sikorsky67: Thanks for the instructional video!
ricky branscum: Hey brother! good to see a new video!!! Maybe with school starting I will
have more time on my hands to try some more preper ideas . Please keep the
videos comming I enjoy your teaching! Thanks for all your info.
2000xlt: Keep it up man, I did enjoy the video and will re watch it soon to clarify
some point i need to pay attention to again. thanks again
junkman6261: Dude, your shirt rocks!
aNutProduction: U r gonna save someone's life one day
Will Rishton: Hey SHTF, love you tutorials and I was wondering if you might be able to
figure something out for me... You see, I go camping on a regular basis and
when I do, I always have a good source of water nearby. What I was
wondering was if you could assist me in your videos on how to make a
gravity powered water pump. Thanks!
Mario Flavin: Got all the Gear in my shed gonna make one Bro Cheers
Ghostkamo: Nice job. Nice drill press too.
bluesguru8: o ring measurements?
SHTF Survivalist: Thanks for taking the time to watch them I appreciate the support.
starseer000: I really was interested in learning how to do this, but with me having no
prior experience and your low. low volume, I couldn't follow you. I'll
check more of your vids though. Maybe I'll get lucky and learn something
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