Category Archive: Fire

Massive Survival & Preparedness Printable PDF Collection

Massive Survival & Preparedness Printable PDF Collection Let’s say you weren’t paying attention to great sites like SHTFPreparedness.com, owned little or no books on preparedness and survival and let’s face it, wanted to learn some new skills quickly because you were caught entirely with your pants down when SHTF. I have been asked a number of …

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DIY Brick Fire Pit on a Budget

DIY Brick Fire Pit on a Budget Having a sturdy fire pit on your property is a great way to enjoy a fire during a BBQ’s, a family get together or just having drinks around it during a social gathering. Love it. Think about if the power goes out, this fire pit can be transformed into an awesome …

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How to Make a Concrete Fire Pit Bowl

How to Make a Concrete Fire Pit Bowl I found a great article showing you how to make a concrete fire bowl and I had to share it with you all. There is nothing better than sitting around a fire on the warmer evenings, heck, even the cold evenings… SO I went hunting for a …

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15 Unique Ways to Start a Fire

15 Unique Ways to Start a Fire Imagine you’re lost in an abandoned city after the end of the world as we know it. The sun is going down and the air is getting cold, but your one and only lighter is out of fuel, and you don’t have any other fire starting tools. What …

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Fire Shelters Should We All Have One?

Fire Shelters Should We All Have One? Having a fire shelter in your home may just add an extra layer of safety and protection. This is a very interesting article,These are not cheap, I found on on amazon check it out here at 495 dollars but then I got to thinking 500 bucks is nothing …

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16 Ways to Start a Fire Without Matches

16 Ways to Start a Fire Without Matches Let’s face it, fire is important. If for some reason the physical laws of our world quit providing fire, we would be in trouble. That is what it would feel like if you had to create a fire in a survival situation and did’t have the tools or …

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How To Make A One Log Rocket Stove

How To Make A One Log Rocket Stove This one log rocket stove is a hybrid of a Swedish candle and will rock your camping world. I made one to cook some bacon and once the bacon was done, we had a Swedish candle to look at for 30 mins. Once I made one for …

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How to Make Fire With a Lemon – Fact or Fiction?

How to Make Fire With a Lemon – Fact or Fiction? When SHTF, sometimes we need to get creative. While you may not have all of these items on hand, I just wanted to show you what you can do with items you may be able to scavenge and a little ingenuity (MacGyver anyone?). Ok, …

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How To Build a Self Feeding Fire That Lasts 14+ Hours

How To Build a Self Feeding Fire That Lasts 14+ Hours I love this idea. This video by Rob Hansler shows some great pointers on how to make a self feeding fire with materials you can find around you in the wilderness including how to get it started and ensuring that it keeps burning strong. …

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How To Build A Finnish Gap Fire For All Night Warmth

How To Build A Finnish Gap Fire For All Night Warmth Preparing a Finnish gap fire is fair easy to do if you have a supply of wood available. Pine is typically your best option to to get a quick, long lasting fire going, but Birch can also be used for this task as well. The set …

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