The Ultimate Survival Tool!
All Weather Firestarters are:
- Great for Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, RV’s, boats, campers, anglers, hunters and military.
- The perfect gift for anyone who enjoys the great outdoors.
- Lightweight and compact so you can take it anywhere.
- Able to work even in the worst weather including rain!
- Most of all a valuable addition to your emergency survival kit!
To produce the MAXIMUM amount of sparks
- Place your fingers half way up on the blade.
- Place your striker at an 85-degree angle in relation to the flint.
- Be sure to dig-into the flint with force.
- Both sides of blade can be used on flint and magnesium.
- Remember, the more pressure you apply, the more sparks you will produce.
- Hold the firestarter so that the tip is pressing on the ground.
- Place it near dry grass, leaves, moss, clothes, dryer lint, paper, etc…
- Place the blade on the flint at a 85-degree angle and scrape downward.
- If you are lighting tinder, scrape off a small pile of magnesium.
- Next, ignite the magnesium with the flint.
- Place the tinder on the burning magnesium.
- The magnesium will dry out the tinder and start a fire!
- Turn on the gas, stand about two feet away, and then shoot the sparks into the grill. The sparks will ignite the propane.
- Now its time for the hamburgers and steaks!
- For presoaked charcoal, place your firestarter about one inch from the coals and scrape the flint onto the coals.
- If you are using lighter fluid, apply lighter fluid, let sit for 3-5 min to soak in, then shoot sparks onto coals. Ahhhhh, FIRE!
- Scrape the magnesium into a pile on some newspaper or the wrapping of a Duralog and ignite it with the flint.