Survival Kits : Survival Kit Fire Starters

Fire starters are important parts of survival kits for the sake of providing warmth and heat for cooking. Add fire starters to survival kits with tips from an experienced outdoorsman in this free video on wilderness survival. Expert: kevin Barrett Bio: Kevin Barrett is an experienced outdoors man who has been honing his survival skills for many years. Filmmaker: Nili Nathan

11 Comments on "Survival Kits : Survival Kit Fire Starters"

  1. I’d like ti see you try to start a fire with that little lighter. Sure it’s possible, but try it in wind, rain snow or cold. I’d shoose a zippo, windproof matches and flint and steel.

  2. i enjoy this guys videos but if he dosnt tone down the “OK” OK OK OK. im gonna go fking crazy, ….other than the ok ok ok he should keep up the good work

  3. kinzuaBrian | April 21, 2010 at 8:04 pm |

    ok ok ok ok ok ok

  4. hyperdrive504 | April 21, 2010 at 8:04 pm |

    if i was guna use ma knife id use the spine not the cutting edge

  5. I wouldn’t use my ONLY one knife to start fire with flint because that’s gonna ruin the blade very quickly. I’d bring 2 or just use the flint with a medal piece.

  6. CreamPie9uy | April 21, 2010 at 8:50 pm |

    If you take a file to the back edge of your knife and make a nice 90 degree edge on it (but not so sharp it can cut you) it strikes the ferrocium rod really well creating a good shower of sparks without dulling the working edge. I prefer the army type ferrocium rod. You can still carefully scrape off a small pile of shavings and then scrape harder to ignite them. It’s easier to shave a small pile and it burns and catches better than the magnesium block’s shavings too.

  7. I can’t believe people still use their primary knife for those magnesium blocks.

  8. DarthPiggles | April 21, 2010 at 9:06 pm |

    ok ok ok ok thats what you say

  9. could u send me start my fire fire stick and a magnesium rod

  10. Your Going To Dull Your Knife Dude!!!!

  11. first!!

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