Webtex Steel-of-Fire Army Fire-starter

Webtex Steel-of-Fire Army Fire-starter

Product Ref: 02465.   Military Style - New
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Further Information
Further Information
  • Army model
  • Reliable and easy to use
  • Lasts for approx 12000 strikes
  • Totally weatherproof
  • Amazing heat producing qualities
The Web-tex Steel-of-Fire offers amazing firestarting qualities even under cold, wet and windy conditions. This makes it an essential survival tool, whether you are on exercise, hunting, fishing or camping.
Take a small amount of dry grass, birch bark, resinous firewood or any other inflammable material, place into a small pile. Holding the small handle between finger and thumb, place the end of the Steel-of-Fire into or next to the inflammable material. Use the rear side of the special attached blade, or the back edge of a knife, and slowly, whilst applying downwards pressure, slide it over the steel to produce hot sparks. Aim the sparks down into the inflammable material. Once the fire has become established, build it up slowly by gradually adding thin pieces of material, building up to thicker ones until your fire reaches the desired size.
This model is larger and more long-lasting than the cadet model (approx 12000 strikes compared to the 3000 of the cadet model).
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