I never thought of that method of holding the tender above the Flint and striking the Flint with the Steel. I’ll give that a try next time
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- Thu Apr 23, 2020 6:05 am
- Forum: Fire Methods
- Topic: My first attempt to start a fire with steel and flint
- Replies: 7
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A recent trip with smoky Radley to the Arbuckle Mountains, I found a good quality of the inner bark of the cottonwood tree. It worked quite well but I admit I didn’t try it with a Ferro rod. I can usually find good and fine dry cedar park and I have been successful with that with a ferro rod. Smokie...
- Fri Mar 13, 2020 1:48 pm
- Forum: Bags, Packs, Satchels
- Topic: Oklahoma blanket pack outing
- Replies: 4
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with the proper "burrito" wrap or the diamond bedroll wrap, I would go about 35 in calm weather, with clean fresh long johns and sock. Our goal was to use the fire in front and our emergency blankets in a half shelter to reflect the fire's heat down to us. I would have been confident to about 25 deg...
- Wed Jun 12, 2019 12:14 pm
- Forum: General Chatter
- Topic: Just going to leave this right here - Interesting read
- Replies: 2
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Interesting part about crimes going unpunished. I know some will dis agree with this but it seems like we have an administration that is just completely flaunting it’s disregard for any laws we have. It seems like there are figures in the government who are just doing what they want and do not seem ...