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Tinder secret codes web cam saxe video comFlint and Steel What Causes the SparksIron Burning Upon contact with the air a shower of tiny iron particles spontaneously catch on fire.Starting a fire with flint and steel the steel is also known as a firesteel brings to mind the image of selfsufficient mountain men in the wilderness.A rite of passage that ties you to wilderness travelers through the millennia the ability to use flint and steal is one of the basic survival skills everyone should master.But how does flint and steel work More specifically what causes the sparks when you strike a piece of flint with steel The answer may surprise youThe following information will help you understand what it takes to make fire using flint and steel or flint and FireSteel. It will change the way you look at flint and steel as a fire making tool and perhaps even make you a better flint and steel fire maker.Survival Topics believes that if you know the fundamental reasons why survival gear and survival techniques work then you are in a f

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Feecam 7 Methods of Primitive Fire StartingI have used all of the following methods successfully. Each one CAN produce fire but is not guaranteed to. My personal favorites are the fire piston and the flint and steel. I have noted a few ibles about making both. Certainly you could also purchase both. They are small and easy to pack and have a high success rate. But I suppose you never know when all youll have is a few sticks and a shoestring so its good to know how to use em.Please note that I did not have images available for the techniques listed here so I let Google fix that for me. I noted no copyright notices on the sites where the images were located.Add TipHand DrillUsing a hand drill is one of the simplest friction methods but high speed can be difficult to maintain because only the hands

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