17 Different ways of making fire

17 Different ways of making fire
17 Different Ways of Making Fire A selection of natural and artificial ignition sources, tinders and accelerants to help with your next fire Anybody who has attended one of our bushcraft, survival or campcraft courses will know that when we teach the skills of firecraft and firelightingRead more...

The Six-Bundle Fire Lay

The Six-Bundle Fire Lay

This fire lay requires six bundles of dry, straight dead wood and a good ignition source. It relies on good airflow at the beginning, and the fire lay ‘collapsing’ in on itself in the later stages to ensure a good bed of coals and ash to cook over.

It is also a good option for making a ‘One Match Fire’. Continue reading

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REVIEW: Flint and Steel Firelighting Kit 4.2.2

REVIEW: Flint and Steel Firelighting Kit 4.2.2

Traditional firelighting techniques should be familiar to anybody interested in the development of our species and forms part of our cultural heritage. A small kit containing a piece of carbon steel, a flint or other rock and some flammable material would be familiar to any self-reliant traveler from the past few thousand years, and this kit from Russian-based Flint and Steel promises something “suitable for anyone interested in camping, hiking or any other outdoor pursuit.” Continue reading

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