Survival Fire Kit

Sensible Prepper Presents: “The Survival Fire Kit”. Fire is one of the most important Survival tools and having multiple ways to start a fire can be key to Survival.

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  1. kingmonster 2004
    kingmonster 2004 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    i made a jet torch that can be lit with a simple evryday match. it burns hot enough to melt aluminum in 10 minutes or less.

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  2. connor paul stephen taylor
    connor paul stephen taylor 27 June, 2016, 02:43


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  3. connor paul stephen taylor
    connor paul stephen taylor 27 June, 2016, 02:43


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  4. Bryant Houeng
    Bryant Houeng 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    You need a fire piston with some charcloth

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  5. Scout Sniper
    Scout Sniper 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    Get the military spark lite kit. They have ones where the striker is metal or brass. Heavy duty and never fails

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  6. Brian Ly
    Brian Ly 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    Won't the lighter fluid in the numiyh light evaporate

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  7. dragonmartijn
    dragonmartijn 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    (trick birthday or 9 hour or tea) candles, concave mirror, fire piston, firelighters, fatwood, fire paracord,… Plastic bag to collect tinder.

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  8. Laighton Mitchell
    Laighton Mitchell 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    What fire steel is that? I need a good one.

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  9. Frank Heinrich
    Frank Heinrich 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    an opinel carbone

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  10. Dan
    Dan 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    I always carry a piece of heavy duty aluminum foil in my kit so I always have a dry place to start my fire. It also makes a nice platform to get my fire started so I can dump a well burning ember in wherever I intend to have my fire.

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  11. Frank Heinrich
    Frank Heinrich 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    pocket bellow

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  12. Tall Cedars
    Tall Cedars 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    It may have been mentioned in previous comments but a road flare is another good way to get instant fire without a lot of effort in an emergency. All the best.

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  13. Richard Spies
    Richard Spies 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    Add wet fire

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  14. Ted Lesch
    Ted Lesch 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    You are my favorite youtube survivalist/prepper on youtube!

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  15. Scott Macl
    Scott Macl 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    duck tape

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  16. Jules MacFarlane
    Jules MacFarlane 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    I have little fuel cubes by Wet Fire that burn at about 1400 degrees and last about ten minutes each and you can also cut shavings off of them instead of using the whole cube at once. Plus they're all weather compatible.

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  17. dmbadcat
    dmbadcat 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    I keep watching because blooper reel

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  18. roy l
    roy l 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    i would add a string into the kit for making a bow drill fire starter kit plus how can i get one of those ferro rod to add to my kit

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  19. captain awesome
    captain awesome 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    i would put a candle or 2

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  20. Bruce Dobson
    Bruce Dobson 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    One thing I've seen is keeping a tube of Chap Stic handy. It can be rubbed onto sticks to help them catch the flame more readily. A bit can be swiped off and worked into cotton balls. With all the other uses for Chap Stic (or the like), one of my favorites is for lip and skin care.

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  21. Misha Griffith
    Misha Griffith 27 June, 2016, 02:43

    Fresnel lenses were created in the 19th century for lighthouses. The lenses were then adapted for spotlights and theatrical lighting instruments. The word "fresnel" is the name of the inventor, Louis Fresnel, and it is pronounced fre-nel or fray-nel, but the s is always silent. You might want to add some silicate pouches in the bag to keep things dry.

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