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Turn a Washing Machine Drum Into a Fire Pit

As the weather starts to turn, it's time to emerge from your home-based hibernation and experience the outdoors again. Nothing beats cracking a beer outside with just the heat from a fire on a cool night. Of course, buying a fire pit will easily run you $100+ depending on its shape, size, and quality. Instead, may ... continue reading
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The Great Outdoors Sale SHOP

Real men don't spend their entire summer in air-conditioned comfort. The warm weather and abundant sunshine make this time of year the perfect to go exploring the great outdoors, and right now is the time to gear up to do so. From now until 7/28/14 you'll save 16% on all the outdoor gear we've rounded up in this curated collection. So ditch the couch for a weekend, lace up your boot and get outside. ... check it out
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Build Your Own Cellphone

Are you sick of everyone having the same iPhone or Android device that you have? Want something truly unique but don't know where to turn? Well, here you go. David Mellis has released these blueprints for a DIY phone that can make and take calls and text messages, store names and numbers, and display the time. The ... continue reading
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DIY Moonshine Still Kit

You might not be Popcorn Sutton, but with this DIY Moonshine Still Kit, you can take your underground booze operation to the next level. The kit includes the machine cut parts, copper rivets and all the required piping and fittings for you to assemble your own still. The 1 gallon still does require a little work and ... continue reading
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DIY: Speakers

Anything involving wires usually scares off about half the DIY population. As guys, it’s something that should be embraced rather than feared. We’re not saying you need to get knee-deep in computer parts, but some basic work would be good for you. When it results in a new set of unique speakers too, well that’s ... continue reading
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DIY Table Lamp by Dino Sanchez

There are different levels when it comes to DIY projects. There's the kind that take a few minutes and result in little more than a tiny sense of accomplishment, and then there are the kind that take a weekend or more and leave you with something kick-ass that you can be totally proud of. This DIY Table Lamp by Dino ... continue reading
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DIY: Pallets

Few things are more satisfying than building something with your own two hands. Of course, that satisfaction can quickly turn to Hulk-like rage when said thing doesn’t work or flat out sucks. So instead of tackling a huge project, find a few pallets, crack open a beer and craft something unique and simple for ... continue reading
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How To Build A DIY Toolbox Boombox

There are some DIY projects that we get about halfway through and say, "Screw it; someone on Etsy's gotta have this." This doesn't stop us from pulling out the circular saw and sheets of sandpaper from time-to-time to work on something new.  If you're ready for a new project (and don't mind destroying your toolbox ... continue reading
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DIY Furniture

DIY projects are a lot like cooking your meals at home—you're saving money, gaining a bit of satisfaction and often cursing and throwing things by the end of the night. We all know our way around a table saw, but when it comes to DIY projects, far too often it's the creative spark that leaves us with a coffee table ... continue reading
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DIY Gear: Create Your Own Awesome

Believe it or not, Do-It-Yourself isn't just the realm of Bob Vila and that dude Ty on all those Discovery shows. You can, in fact, do it yourself. With a helpful bit of inspiration and an almost complete lack of instruction (exactly how we like it), you can combine found items and a bit of know-how into some seriously ... continue reading
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DIY Gear: Create Your Own Awesome

Believe it or not, Do-It-Yourself isn't just the realm of Bob Vila and that dude Ty on all those Discovery shows. You can, in fact, do it yourself. With a helpful bit of inspiration and an almost complete lack of instruction (exactly how we like it), you can combine found items and a bit of know-how into some seriously ... continue reading