Category Archives: Fire Starting Methods

Fatwood Firesteel

The FFS (Fatwood FireSteel) A firesteel (ferrocium rod) is really a popular and very functional piece of important gear when it comes to bushcraft/survival or just spending some quality time in the forest. Nowadays there are different sizes and some … Continue reading

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The Friendly Swede Survival Kits

 Survival kits or I would rather say emergency kits. The word survival in this day is just too common and has different meanings for different people. So let me present some cool and affordable products that could be a help … Continue reading

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Making Char cloth

Char cloth (also called charpaper) is a swatch of fabric made from vegetable fiber (such as linen, cotton or jute) that has been converted via pyrolysis into a slow-burning fuel of very low ignition temperature. It is capable of being ignited by a single spark that can in turn be used to … Continue reading

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Fire Starting Methods

Starting a fire to provide for your needs must be the greatest thing ever when it comes to bushcraft. Who does not like to get a fire going? Fire gives you so much joy, a sense of comfort and belonging. … Continue reading

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