Boomproof Fire Craft

Fire. The ancient, life-sustaining skill!

Bombproof Fire Craft- Build a -Next Fire- Kit that Cheats Death - TheSurvivalSherpa.com

The articles below are not part of the series but are helpful fire craft resources none the less…

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  5. Great site…

    We manufacture the LIGHTNING STRIKE FIRE STARTER and our NAPALM TINDER. Give us a shout, we’d like to send you one for a test and evaluation. We may indeed change what you use as a survival fire starter.

    Thanks for all you do in the survival community!

    Respectfully,

    Darrell Holland
    LIGHTNINGSTRIKEFIRESTARTER.com

    541-439-5155

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  6. Mike

    Looks like cheating to me. For 60 bucks I’d sooner use a 3.00 Bic lighter.

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