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Brass Sparker, bronze split ring, 4 Flints, Cotton wool, & brass capsule

Brass Sparker, bronze split ring, 4 Flints, Cotton wool, & brass capsule

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Brass Sparker, bronze split ring, 4 Flints, Cotton wool, & brass capsule

Brass Sparker Features:

Easy to carry as a backup when driving, walking, hiking, orienteering, scouts, bushcraft, hunting, sailing, survival kit...etc

Replaceable flint No screwdriver necessary for flint replacement

Specifications (Approximate measurements):

  • Length 75mm (Including ring)
  • Width 15mm (Max Including ring)
  • Lightweight 13g

Waterproof Capsule Features:

  • Easy to carry as a backup when driving, walking, hiking, orienteering, scouts, bushcraft, hunting, sailing, survival kit...etc
  • Four spare flints
  • Three spare O rings are included in addition to the one already in place
  • Cotton wool for tinder is included in the tube with the spare flints

Specifications (Approximate measurements):

  • Length 66mm (Including ring)
  • Width 14mm (Including ring)
  • Lightweight 28g (Including spare flints and cotton wool)

Brass Sparker

A brass sparker, also known as a fire starter, is a tool that can be used to start a fire in outdoor or emergency situations. Here are a few steps for using a brass sparker effectively:

  1. Gather your materials: To start a fire using a brass sparker, you will need some kind of dry kindling or tinder, such as dry leaves, twigs, or paper. It's also helpful to have larger pieces of firewood on hand once the fire is established.
  2. Prepare the kindling: Arrange your kindling in a small pile, making sure it is dry and free of moisture. If necessary, use a knife or other tool to shave off any wet or damp areas.
  3. Hold the sparker and strike: Hold the brass sparker firmly in one hand and the striker in the other. Place the striker against the sparker rod and quickly pull the striker down the rod. This should produce a shower of sparks.
  4. Direct the sparks: Aim the shower of sparks at the pile of kindling, trying to get the sparks to land on the driest, most combustible materials.
  5. Fan the flames: Once you have a few sparks landing on the kindling, gently blow on the pile to encourage the flames to spread. Gradually add more kindling as the fire grows.
  6. Add larger pieces of wood: Once the fire is established, add larger pieces of firewood as needed to keep the fire burning.

Remember to always follow safe fire-starting practices when using a brass sparker, including ensuring that the fire is in a safe location and fully extinguished when no longer needed.

Brass Sparker, bronze split ring, 4 Flints, Cotton wool, & brass capsule

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