Primitive SkillsMaking A Feather Stick For Fire Starting

Making A Feather Stick For Fire Starting

Making A Feather Stick For Fire Starting When You Have No Tinder Or Your Kindling Is Wet

In this video you will see the bushcraft skill or making a feather stick. This is good to know in case you have no kindling or fire starters or if what you have to use has gotten wet. The feather stick will allow you to create a fire starter by letting you use the inside dry wood of a stick.

Making A Feather Stick For Fire Starting

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This way you can still get a fire going even if the stick got wet. The video by Natural Bushcraft makes it look pretty easy to make a feather stick. You will need a good stick and a knife or an axe or pretty much anything that has a sharp edge to it. Once you have your feather stick made you will need some kind of fire stick or other spark making tool to create the spark that lights the feathers of the feather stick.

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