posted on May, 31 2008 @ 11:03 PM
First, Bravo on the improvisation/back-engineering. The first thing I thought of was the fact that in SE Asia, where the bow was once thought to have
originated, some hunters use a primitive form of archery where they shoot small stones instead of arrows; using a bow for a slingshot instead of a
slingshot for a bow.
Second, keep your eyes out for stacks of pipe. In the arid southwest US, farmers often stack irrigation pipe on the ground while they plow.
Frequently, rabbits will "loaf" around these pipes, and hide in them for shelter. You pop a bag over one end, and pick up the other, and the rabbit
runs down into your sack. Just watch out for skunks, rattlers, and armadillos.
Again, well done. This may sound odd, but if I were going to be stuck in a prisoner-of-war camp, I'd want you to be there, too.
all the best.