This step by step tutorial of how to build an emergency friction fire starter lighter project is a modern twist on a primitive skill method for making fire.
Everyone knows that if you are ever lost in the middle of nowhere in Winter, the keys to survival are finding shelter, starting a fire, finding food and water. Being able to start a fire is important both for warmth and cooking food that you were able catch.
If you have ever taken a survival course you know that friction is the primary method that is taught for starting a fire in an emergency.
Unfortunately, many of the typical friction type fire starting methods involve parts that are not easy to carry around in one’s pocket. This is where the emergency friction fire starter lighter project comes in, it shows how easy it is to make your own pocket sized fire starter.
With just a few odd materials that you might just have lying around the house, you can have your emergency fire starter.
● Comes with a complete list of all material and tools needed to complete the project
● Includes an easy to follow step by step instruction guide
● Comes with several full color images that depict the steps in the project
● The project is presented in an easy to read and follow manner
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