Bare Wilderness Survival Facts

Survival glue for attaching feathers to arrows

Survival glue

When you are out in the wilderness, glue can come in handy for attaching feathers to arrows or setting arrowheads. Simple but strong glue can be made from pine sap and deer dung. The two ingredience are heated using a tin or a hot rock. Heat up the pine sap and mix in crushed deer dung. Stir the mixture until you have a thick paste.

While hot the mixture is used just like you would normally use glue. Use a stick to apply the glue as it is very hot and will stain your hands black. Not only that but it has deer dung in it. That should give you enough of a clue not to use your fingers to apply it.

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