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Locating And Using Rocks to Start A Fire


A demonstration of where what and how to look for and use rocks that will spark when struck with a piece of high carbon steel such as a carbon steel knife. To catch the spark I'm using Chaga or True Tinder Fungus. Chaga grows on Birch trees and after drying works like charred cloth for starting fires and as a "coal extender". Hope you enjoy and find the video informative.

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Far North Bushcraft And Survival

Far North Bushcraft And Survival

Far North Bushcraft And Survival will teach you about many long forgotten tricks and tips of the old time woodsmen. Not only will you learn about bushcraft / woodcraft but you will learn many things that will help you to survive in a less than ideal "survival" situations as well.

You can find all his videos on his YouTube channel.

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