Fire by Spark

Fire by Spark

Covered are, Empty Lighter, Ferrocerium Rod, Flint & Steel, Magnesium Fire Starter, and Two Rocks.

 

Empty Lighter

69penetrator69 brings us Les Stroud shows us how to make fire with an empty BIC lighter. They have many great videos on many other topics.

Ferrocerium Rod

bushcraftbartons shows the PROPER WAY OF USING A FIRESTEEL! (FERROCIUM ROD) They have many great videos on many other topics.

 

Flint & Steel

 
From AlfieAesthetics Some may consider starting fire with flint-and-steel to be an advanced skill, used only by the wise old sages and mountain men but that's not true, it's incredibly easy; even my nan could do it. They have many great videos on many other topics.

Magnesium and Ferrocerium) Fire Starter

From EverydayTacticalVids If you have been out in the woods and are cold, you know how vital getting a fire can be. Here's a look at a Coleman fire starter. It's got its pluses and minuses, but at the end of the day, it works and is a good tool. They have many great videos on many other topics.

Rocks

IHatchetJack Shows smashing iron pyrites/marcasite together produces a very low temperature spark that is barely visible in daylight. This spark will turn to ember if landed on extremely dry wood punk powder, or similar material. Can not think of a more primitive fire method than He has shown here. No cutting tool required. They have many great videos on many other topics.

Flint & Steel

Simon's Discoveries Flint and steel 101. A step by step guide to learning and improving your traditional flint & steel technique. They have many great videos on many other topics.

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