Fire Starting ToolsFire Starting ToolsFrom Barre Army Navy StoreFrom Barre Army Navy Store
Camp Fire BasicsFirst things first:● Get an ignition source. We carry several different items that are great forstarting a...
Starting the fireStarting the fireThe Next Step:● Clear a circular area about 4 feet (1.2 m) in diameter. Build a ring of ...
Bear Grylls Fire StarterBear Grylls Fire StarterCompact fire starter with a ferrocerium rod andmetal striker. Waterproof c...
Lighter Powered Pocket TorchLighter Powered Pocket TorchThe Pocket Torch is the perfect camping accessory.Easy to use and ...
SOL Fire Lite KitSOL Fire Lite KitKit contains a 5,000 spark Fire Lite Striker, 20pieces of Tinder-Quik Waterproof Tinder ...
Polystriker FirestarterPolystriker FirestarterThe ultra-durable and extraordinarily light-weight PolyStriker series is mad...
Coghlans Fire PasteCoghlans Fire PasteIntense fire starting heat from this fuel-in-a-tube paste.Good for priming gas stove...
Coghlans Flint StrikerCoghlans Flint StrikerThis magnesium fire-starting tool lasts forthousands of strikes! Pushing the s...
WE OFFER A FULL ARRAY OFFIRE STARTING GEAR!! CLICKTHE LINK BELOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/categories.aspx?Keyword=fire...
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  1. 1. Fire Starting ToolsFire Starting ToolsFrom Barre Army Navy StoreFrom Barre Army Navy Store
  2. 2. Camp Fire BasicsFirst things first:● Get an ignition source. We carry several different items that are great forstarting a fire.● Gather tinder. Tinder catches the initial spark from the ignition source andtransfers it to the kindling. If the kindling is damp or wet, the tinder must burnlong enough to dry out the kindling.● Gather kindling. Kindling needs a large surface to volume ratio (about 1/8" to1/2" diameter) and more bulk than tinder so it can ignite easily, producesustained concentrated heat and flame, and light the main fuel source.● Gather logs or other bulky fuel sources. Good fuels for sustained burninginclude dry wood that is 1" to 5" (2.5 cm to 12.5 cm) in diameter, twisted drygrasses, peat, dried animal dung and coal. Gather more fuel than you thinkyoull need, especially if youre going to sleep by the fire.
  3. 3. Starting the fireStarting the fireThe Next Step:● Clear a circular area about 4 feet (1.2 m) in diameter. Build a ring of rocks ordig a fire pit thats several inches deep using a shovel or hand trowel.Constructing a ring of stones will insulate the fire. Building a fire wall withlogs or rocks will reflect the fires heat, especially if youll only be on one sideof the fire (because otherwise the heat sent off in the other direction iswasted).● Pile kindling loosely in your fire ring or fire pit. You want your kindling closeenough to ignite but spaced enough for good air circulation. Place yourtinder on the pile of kindling. Light the fire with your ignition source andgradually add more kindling. Slowly blow air on the igniting fire to build heatand intensity.● Add firewood starting with the smallest sized pieces and working your wayup toward large pieces. The arrangement you choose will determine thefires longevity, how fast it burns, and how long your wood lasts.
  4. 4. Bear Grylls Fire StarterBear Grylls Fire StarterCompact fire starter with a ferrocerium rod andmetal striker. Waterproof compartment for tinder,lanyard w/emergency whistle, Priorities of Survivalpocket guide. Limited lifetime warranty. Overalllength: 4.8" Weight: 2.6 oz.CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/bear-grylls-fire-starter-p14863.asp
  5. 5. Lighter Powered Pocket TorchLighter Powered Pocket TorchThe Pocket Torch is the perfect camping accessory.Easy to use and can be refilled using a disposablelighter. The Pocket Torch makes lighting camp stoveseasy with a windproof pinpoint flame. Safety lockswitch. Wt: 1.8 oz.Flame temperature: 2500øF. Duration: 20 minuteswith full cartridge.CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/lighter-powered-pocket-torch-p1
  6. 6. SOL Fire Lite KitSOL Fire Lite KitKit contains a 5,000 spark Fire Lite Striker, 20pieces of Tinder-Quik Waterproof Tinder & firestarter instructions in a waterproof & resealableDry Flex Bag. Weight: .6 oz, Size: 3.5" x 4"CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/sol-fire-lite-kit-p14865.
  7. 7. Polystriker FirestarterPolystriker FirestarterThe ultra-durable and extraordinarily light-weight PolyStriker series is made fromrecyclable ABS. It fills the minimalist nichewithout sacrificing design or usability. Theyfeature an innovative tungsten-carbide strikerbuilt into an easy-to-use striking handle. Thestriking tool securely snaps into the handlewhen not in use. Available in two sizes.CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/polystriker-firestarter-p14866.a
  8. 8. Coghlans Fire PasteCoghlans Fire PasteIntense fire starting heat from this fuel-in-a-tube paste.Good for priming gas stoves or starting damp wood. Notaffected by cold; even burns on icy or wet surfaces.Approved for sale in California.CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/coghlans-fire-paste-p14867.asp
  9. 9. Coghlans Flint StrikerCoghlans Flint StrikerThis magnesium fire-starting tool lasts forthousands of strikes! Pushing the striker provideddown the rod emits sparks to light combustibles.Fireproof in solid form, the tool works just as wellwhen wet. For use in any weather and at anyaltitude. Includes a handle, striker, fire-starter rodand cord.CLICK THE LINK TO BUY NOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/coghlans-flint-striker-p14868.a
  10. 10. WE OFFER A FULL ARRAY OFFIRE STARTING GEAR!! CLICKTHE LINK BELOW!!!http://shop.vtarmynavy.com/categories.aspx?Keyword=fire starter
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