#socialdistancing project #511. Comprehensive fire kit with multiple methods in an ESEE PSK pouch. I made a larger coal catch for bow/hand drill out of an old piece of copper tubing. Lighter, ferro rod, pocket bellows, ESEE firesteel for bearing block and flint and steel, char cloth tin with charred makeup pads. The tin kit was a gift and made by @east_woodland_survival It includes: Chaga, potassium permanganate and glycerin, cotton balls, char cloth, matches, flint and steel, piece of fat wood, should be one of my fresnel lens card in it too. Probably more stuff that I’m forgetting lol. I think some had a few rolled up pieces of paper birch bark. Copper coal catch was made from a scrap piece of copper tubing I had lying around...split down the middle and hand hammered. Shaped with a hacksaw, file, and hammer. Usually I use natural materials for hand/bow drill coal catches but with the MONTHS of rain we've had it seems like everything we pick up is WET and kills a hard won coal...this will help fix that.