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English flint – Great for primitive/traditional fire lighting.
These pyrite stones have been used throughout history as a means to create fire. Simply strike a piece of flint onto the pyrite to create sparks. Traditionally a tinder would have been used to ‘catch’ the spark, such as a strip of amadou or tinder fungus.
Antler tips are great for craft projects. Many people will mount a blank firesteel into the drilled out antler tip for that unique caveman look.
Sizes: 50 – 70mm (approx)
Great with a FIRESTEEL or FIRE PISTON. This material will catch a spark and gently smoulder giving you plenty of time to prepare your tinder bundle before placing the ember into the centre of it and blowing it into a flame. This material has been used throughout history to help create fires. Char cloth can also be used to start a fire with FLINT and STEEL.
CONTENTS: 800mm charred cotton rope (6mm diameter)
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