Magnesium Fire Starter

08/11/2013 - Comment

Campers’ Magnesium Emergency Fire Starter. Product Features Magnesium Fire Starter Ultra lightweight: 0.6 ounces Size: 2 3/4-Inch long Disclaimer: Many product descriptions on this website assume that zombies are real and that you need to be prepared to defend yourself. Expect to find references to zombies intermingled with actual product descriptions and features. This website

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Campers’ Magnesium Emergency Fire Starter.

Product Features

  • Magnesium Fire Starter
  • Ultra lightweight: 0.6 ounces
  • Size: 2 3/4-Inch long
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Comments

S. Karl says:

Works Perfect – Just follow the directions UPDATED(3-28-2011) – SEE UPDATE SECTION AT END:I tried this magnesium fire starting tool – SE(Emergency Fire Starter – SE – ) out as well as the alternative from (from Doan Machinery & Equipment – “Genuine Issue Magnesium Survival Fire Starter” ).Both tools work…

donpedro says:

Handy and good for the price I bought this along with the Swedish Firesteel to test them out. I like this product due to the fact that you can shave the magnesium off and use it to start the tender, however I found that the flint was difficult to use and did not put off much spark. It did spark, though. The swedish firesteel throws of a much bigger and hotter spark and was much easier to use, however if you do not have good tender it doesn’t matter much. I think that having both of them together is good and they are both…

Mikhail in AZ says:

Excellent value and works great! I received this today, and it works great. I would suggest using the back (non-serrated) edge of the steel to shave the magnesium and the serrated edge for striking the flint. The magnesium block and flint both have some kind of coating, so the first time you use it it’ll take a few extra tries. I’ve seen these selling for double or triple the price and people were happy to pay it, so this is an excellent deal!

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