The Fire Thread

Discussion in 'Survival and Wilderness Skills' started by 91bravo, Sep 8, 2016.

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    Did learn that some of my trusted butane lighters do not work at altitudes above 9k feet. Not sure why but i have two that worked great before ascension and then fine when descended. The venerable bic worked every time. I had my exotac and of course the flint died when i used it the first time. I think ill be carrying more flints for a backup. Maybe fluid too just in case.
     
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    ^^^^That’s why a bic, another bic, a 6” ferro, and another smaller ferro is my fire kit (plus knowledge of how to use a bow drill)
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    Can never beat skill and preparedness vs technology and convenience.
     

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    If you have 4 minutes of your life to spare...
    Watch some backyard bushcraft coffee making captured on video [​IMG]


     
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    Great post, as always. Thanks!
     
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