Open a Can without Can Opener

Discussion in 'Preparedness & Survival' started by rufus, Nov 19, 2013.

  1. rufus

    rufus
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    [video=youtube;oH2NahLjx-Y]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oH2NahLjx-Y[/video]

    Looks way too easy...
     
  2. chase

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    I wonder how long they are rubbing it for? Looks doable.
     
  3. kenboy

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    forget the can, go Ule Gibbons and eat the cat......
     
  4. oregunbob541

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    After I saw that move The Pianist, I make sure to carry a P38 with me wherever I go.
     
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  5. Fast Eddie

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    lol those guys are hilarious!
     
  6. Sgt Nambu

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    Old joke from when Yule Gibbons was around, "What is the loudest sound in the woods? Yule Gibbons passing a pinecone!"
     
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  7. CamoDeafie

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    my big concern...if that's a grinding/whetstone...obviously it's making metal dust/shavings..how safe is it really to eat the stuff from it?? I mean...I can picture this happening...*eating stew; slices tongue open from a shard of metal from doing just that* ow. that said; doesn't a bayonet do the same job? ;) stab the can, then use bayonet as a lever to pry the lid off...or keep stabbing it...unless you happen to have a sharpened bayonet..this works for blade bayonets mind you; not the chinese pig-sticker/tent stakes...
     
  8. Certaindeaf

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    Sounds like they are doing "it" (rubbing cans) backwards. lol
     

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