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151 North Main Street, Heber City,, UT, USA, 84032
http://www.nitro-pak.com/index.php?cPath=240

U.S. Military Trioxane Solid fuel tablets. Trioxane has been a favorit of backpackers and campers for folding stoves and starting campfires for many years. Trioxane hase an indefinite storage life when left unopened. Can be used with most pocket size stov ...

P.O.Box. 43309, Oakland, CA, USA, 94624
http://www.adventuremedicalkits.com/products/KIT_e_ess_onebi

Tinder-Quik™ is waterproof and burns for 2-3 minutes giving you plenty of time to light a fire. Spark-Lite™ is a water-proof official military firestarter, useable one-handed and tested for over 1,000 sparks.

Armed Forces Merchandise Outlet, Inc.401 S. Sherman St., Suite 215, Richardson,, TX, USA, 75081
http://www.afmo.com/section_list.asp?scid=185

Nato Issue Hand-dipped and varnished matches Lights even when wet and will continue to burn in the strongest winds or rain Burn time: 12 seconds Each match gives dependable fire-starting capabilities Includes 25 matches

165 Wilson Ridge Rd, Boone,, NC, USA, 28607
http://www.usmilitarysurplus.com/surpluscatalog/default.php?

All-weather fire starter. Functional, lightweight, compact. Non-toxic, odorless and smokeless. Flint bar generates spark twice as hot as standard match. Excellent when used with optional Wet Fire tinder.

http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/fire/cokeandchocolate

The can....The key to this is the bottom of the coke can (by the way, any pop can will do), which is ideal for reflecting and concentrating the sun's light and energy. Here is a photo of a coke can bottom. Note that it has a slightly dull finish. In its p ...

28 W First St South, Fulton,, NY, USA, 13069
http://www.campingsurvival.com/stfofistalfi.html

Designed by Survival, Inc., the patented Strike Force is an exceptional all-weather fire starting system. The system combines in one compact, durable package a special alloy flint bar, hardened steel striker, and revolutionary Wet Fire tinder.Scraping the ...

235 N. Airline Hwy, Gonzales,, LA, USA, 70737
http://www.survivalunlimited.com/fire.htm

Make a fire with air pressure. Push the Stik into the cylinder and the rapid pressue heats up the air and causes the tinder at the end of the Stik to burn. Then you blow on the ember and place it onto leaves or other burnable material. Works based on same ...

http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/fire/water/index.html

Photo and demo by Ron BicevskisThe basic idea is to take a piece of plastic wrap (Saran or otherwise) and form it into a "pocket", i.e. bring the four corners together. The pocket is then filled with water.The corners are then grouped together and twisted ...

28 W First St South, Fulton,, NY, USA, 13069
http://www.campingsurvival.com/gasigandma.html

Everyone who goes outside should have a fire starter. Why not carry the one packed by those most at risk of facing extreme conditions?Designed for all-weather use, this fire-starting system performs superbly in the most extreme marine, arctic, desert, and ...

PO Box 3552, Courtenay, BC, BC, Canada, V9N 6Z8
http://www.modernoutpost.com/gear/details/ps_firesteel.html

The reliable way to start a fire or light your stove in all weather conditions.The sparks produced are 3,000 degrees! Use it thousands of times. An essential tool for any outdoor trekker.Modern Outpost carries all three sizes of Firesteel Flint, so you ca ...

http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/fire/tinder/tinderfungu

To carry a coal, set the piece of Tinder Fungus or False Tinder Fungus smouldering. Then wrap it in something to keep the air off it while you carry it. It needs to breath a little though, or the coal will go out. Experiment with ways of carrying it. I ha ...

28 W First St South, Fulton,, NY, USA, 13069
http://www.campingsurvival.com/zippolighters.html

Zippo Lighter Matte Orange This basic matte finish lighter is windproof, water-resistant and has a hands free flame making it a natural choice for starting fires. Refillable with lighter fluid.

http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/fire/tinder/tinderfungu

Five thousand, three hundred years ago Ötzi, also known as the Ice Man, died at 10,500 feet in the Ötztal Alps, which divides Italy and Austria. The 1991 discovery of this mummified neolithic time capsule yielded a treasure trove of artifacts to anthropologists and challenged current theory regarding that transitory period between Stone Age and Iron Age. Among Ötzi’s possessions were various species of shelf fungi (other known as conks and polypores—named as such for the tiny pores on the underside of these wood-inhabiting fungi) commonly found in the surrounding lowlands. Why did he carry such fungi? Was he aware of their inherent medicinal value? In such a barren, wood-less tundra, would a trek through this inhospitable landscape necessitate the importation of fire-starting materials or cooking fuel? My intentions with this article are three-fold: to address potential ancient uses of polypores; to share my experiences incorporating Kingdom Fungi into my primitive skills practitioning; and unite the disciplines of mycology and primitive technology in order to assist mycophiles and "abo’s" in recognizing a primal link between mushrooms and humanity.   Being both a lover of mushrooms and stone-age skills practitioner for a couple years now, it was inevitable that these two passions would merge. As I wander the temperate rainforests here in the Olympic Peninsula of Washington, my foraging eye is constantly searching for useful natural items, be it straight branches for friction fire (as thimbleberry and big-leaf maple often provide); stones for flint-knapping; or lichens, insects and mushrooms for the table. ...

235 N. Airline Hwy, Gonzales,, LA, USA, 70737
http://www.survivalunlimited.com/survivaltools.htm

The perfect accompaniment to any fire starter, Wet Fire can help you get a blaze going even in a downpour. In fact, the cubes actually burn longer when wet!Wet Fire starting tinder was born from the need for a universal lighting material that was safe, od ...

PO Box 417, Camden,, NY, USA, 13316
http://www.kalyx.com/store/prodpage5.cfm/CategoryID/17000.0/

The fire starter uses magnesium a flame source of 5400F. One fire starter should provide sufficient shavings to start hundreds of fires.

151 North Main Street, Heber City,, UT, USA, 84032
http://www.nitro-pak.com/index.php?cPath=240

 Starts fires even on wet wood! Ideal for starting BBQ charcoal, campfires, fireplaces, etc. Provides dozens of starts per tube. Easy to use and creates no flare-ups. Odorless and tasteless.

PO Box 3552, Courtenay, BC, BC, Canada, V9N 6Z8
http://www.modernoutpost.com/gear/details/tc_surv_knives_sl3

The only pocket knife you need for a well-equipped weekend escape. In the SL3, you have all the essentials covered... a razor sharp knife, pealess whistle, and Firesteel Magnesium-Alloy firestarter. An exceptional set of tools that every outdoor enthusias ...

384 Wallis #2, Eugene,, OR, USA, 97402
http://www.geoduck.com/epicenter/order.cgi?page=camping_hiki

Used by survival experts throughout the world as THE way to start a fire! Magnesium in solid form is rather harmless, but when shaved into very small pieces, the shavings can be ignited by a flint spark into a super hot (5400 degree) fire. That's hot enou ...

http://wildwoodsurvival.com/survival/fire/ice/abb/overview.h

I have many levels to "Fire from Ice". This page depicts just one level. The photos on this page give hints of how Fire From Ice may be accomplished. Fire from Ice was a real unique journey to understanding Mother Nature in all seasons.   ...

165 Wilson Ridge Rd, Boone,, NC, USA, 28607
http://www.usmilitarysurplus.com/surpluscatalog/default.php?

Windproof and Waterproof

165 Wilson Ridge Rd, Boone,, NC, USA, 28607
http://www.usmilitarysurplus.com/surpluscatalog/default.php?

Compressed Fuel Bars, 3 Bars per Box.

635 E. First Street, Suite 203,, Tustin,, CA, USA, 92780
http://www.raytechcatalog.com/index/lighting-heating-candles

120 Hour CandleThe Nuwick® 120 hour candle can be used for lighting, heating, or cooking. Features: –...

151 North Main Street, Heber City,, UT, USA, 84032
http://www.nitro-pak.com/index.php?cPath=28

Our Waterproof & Windproof Safety Matches are among the best we have found. These dependable matches are made light every time – rain or shine. Special waterproof coating on matches and inner box. Ideal for emergency preparedness, survival kits, camping, hunting, cabins, etc. These matches - can't light accidentally. Outer box striking surface is also waterproof. A must in every survival and emeregncy kit! You can't have too many of these matches. Get a few extra for life's uncertainties.Cheap insurance. RECOMMENDED FOR OUTDOOR USE ONLY.

235 N. Airline Hwy, Gonzales,, 70737
http://www.survivalunlimited.com/survivaltools.htm

All Weather Matches

400 Corporate Dr PO Box 680, Mahwah,, NJ, USA, 07430
http://www.campmor.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/CategoryDis

Swedish FireSteel®'s 3000°C (5500°F) spark makes fire building easy in any weather, at any altitude. Lasts from 3,000 strikes. Works equally well when wet. Approved by the International Survival Instructors Association. Lights campfires, stoves, gas barbecues. Bright spark can be used as an emergency signal. Color: Red. Wt. 1.8oz.

384 Wallis #2, Eugene,, OR, USA, 97402
http://www.geoduck.com/epicenter/order.cgi?page=camping_hiki

Waterproof, nickel plated brass with striking surface and an O-ring at one end. Holds about 20 matches (not included) Lanyard ring Screw top closure

Homeland Preparedness P.O. Box 997, Mars Hill,, NC, USA, 28754
http://www.homelandpreparedness.com/cgi-bin/shop/sc_searchz.

Don't get caught with wet matches! 50 matches per box. Unique blend of non-toxic chemicals formulated to light in wet conditions. Match box striking surface is treated with moisure resistant coating.

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