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Saturday, December 27, 2014

Top 25 Methods For Starting Fires Without Matches

SHTF Preparedness. Top 25 Methods For Starting Fires Without Matches: (prepper's survival guide,wilderness survival,how to survive in the wilds,how to survive a disaster, Starting Fire Book ) was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Fire is one of the most essential tools that humans have, but what do we do when we find ourselves in a situation where we don’t have matches or a lighter? This book details numerous ways to start a fire without the use of matches and various other fire-building skills that can be crucial if you’re caught out in the wilderness. Whether you’re working on survival skills, or simply wanting to ensure that your next camping trip won’t be cold and dark, this book holds simple techniques that will help you stay nice and cozy warm.

The 25 methods can be dangerous and most should only be used in an absolute survival situation, however preparing yourself with knowledge is one of the best preparations that you can make.

It has been fun and interesting to research and write this book for you, and I hope that you’ve found it helpful. May your nights in nature be warm and safe.

Some methods covered

– Constructing Your Fire Pit and Fuel Assembly

– Common Ways of Starting Fires without Matches

• The Magnifying Glass

• 9-Volt & Steel Wool

• Flint and Steel

• The Spent Lighter

• The Flashlight

• Char Cloth

– Traditional Techniques for Starting Fires

• The Hand Drill

• The Bow Drill

• The Two-Person Friction Drill

• The Pump Drill

• The Fire Plow or Plough

• Unusual and Surprising Ways of Starting a Fire without Matches

• Making a Fire with an Aluminum Can and a Bar of Chocolate (Sunlight)

• Condoms… No, Seriously. (Sunlight)

• Ice (Sunlight)

• Cellphone and Steel Wool (Electricity)

• A Car Battery and Jumper Cables

• A Gum Wrapper and a Battery (Electricity)

– Miscellaneous Fire-Starting Methods and Tricks

• Fire Piston (Air Pressure)

• High-Powered Flashlights

• Flares

• Using Petroleum Jelly and a Cotton Ball

• Starting a Fire When Your Wood Is Wet and It's Not Raining

• Starting a Fire When Your Wood Is Wet and You’re in a Downpour

• “Permanent” Matches

• Two Alternate Ways of Assembling Your Fuel

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