Survival tools have been made for centuries. Knives, paracord bracelets, and instant dinners all fall under this category. Sometimes, though we ignore what is plainly in front of us. In this case, the humble spoon.
The "ultimateness" of an object is not necessarily determined by the object itself, but, rather, by the user who wields the object. It is the same in this case. This survival tool, pounded from the dead remains of an old spoon, is a very useful object, but its usefulness depends on the imagination of the user. It can do many things which will be listed later in the Instructable.
Enjoy this instructable, and have fun making your survival tool from an old spoon!
Note: I want everyone to know that I don't believe this is the "make-all-end-all" tool. In fact, I use the word "ultimate" as a synonym for "awesome." I know that there are many good, interesting, and useful survival tools to enjoy here on Instructables, and I hope you also enjoy mine as an individual, unique survival tool!
I am a maker. As founder of MakerBlog, I enjoy sharing ingenious creations with others! I also enjoy the random and unique!