Category: Fire

How To Build a Self-Feeding Fire

Wilderness Survival Skills - How To Build a Self-Feeding Fire

How To Build a Self-Feeding Fire  Build a Self-Feeding Fire and stay warm all night long with out waking up to feed the fire! In the video below Paul demonstrates a technique for building a fire structure that will burn …

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What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment

What Else Can You Char: Beyond Char Cloth Experiment - When it comes to charring materials into tinder, cotton, wool and puck wood work extremely well But that’s a very limited amount of materials. Sometimes it may not be viable to rip apart our t-shirts and sometimes we can’t find punk wood. So what else can you turn into char?

What Else Can You Char? Beyond Char Cloth Experiment Knowing how to make char cloth is a great skill to know. In a survival situation you may not want to tear apart your clothes because it may be just too …

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How To And Why To Make A Dakota Fire Hole

How To And Why To Make A Dakota Fire Hole - To start they burn hotter and use less fuel than regular fires and cook your food very fast. They give off little to no smoke so as not to give your position away.

How To And Why To Make A Dakota Fire Hole Dakota fire holes are easy to make and have a high survival value. They produce little to no smoke, so having this type of fire to cook on will not give your …

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How To Make A Pine Knot Torch For Emergency Light

How To Make A Pine Knot Torch For Emergency Light - Whether navigating the woods in a survival situation or simply needing an emergency light when resources are limited, knowing how to make a torch with just a few common supplies is a valuable skill.

How To Make A Pine Knot Torch For Emergency Light Whether navigating the woods in a survival situation or simply needing an emergency light when resources are limited, knowing how to make a torch with just a few common supplies is …

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How To Have A Fire Pit: No Smoke, Odor or Ashes And Plenty Of Style

How To Have A Fire Pit: No Smoke, Odor or Ashes And Plenty Of Style - Enjoy the evenings around a wonderful odorless, ash free fire pit with minimal installation.

How To Have A Fire Pit: No Smoke, Odor or Ashes And Plenty Of Style  I have to say this fire pit tutorial is just wonderful.. No smoke, odor or ashes is great in my books. Fall is just beginning, so …

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How To Start A Fire In The Rain

How To Start A Fire In The Rain - On a bone-dry day or when there’s plenty of dry paper or fire-starter, anyone can make a fire. If the weather deteriorates to a persistent rain, they might get smoke. If you were stranded in an emergency situation and its wet or raining the knowledge on this article may just save your life!

How To Start A Fire In The Rain The ability to create fire is a skill that should be practiced in all weather conditions. After all, the times when you most need fire are also the times when fire is …

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DIY Heavy-Duty Rocket Stove

DIY Heavy-Duty Rocket Stove - Rocket stoves keep the fuel in oxygen and high heat at all times, this is why they are so efficient. They hardly produce any smoke and smell so in an emergency situation this may be a great advantage.

DIY Heavy-Duty Rocket Stove Rocket stoves are fanatic, they enable you to cook food, heat up water with hardly any fuel, 4 large sticks is enough to boil a pan full of water. Rocket stoves keep the fuel in oxygen …

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How To Make Pine Cone Fire Starters

How To Make Pine Cone Fire Starters - This DIY project is creative and practically free. These dipped pinecones are so easy that this can be a really fun project with your kids, too!

How To Make Pine Cone Fire Starters There are a lot of fire starters out there, but these are cool and can have them as a decoration in the house if nothing else, until you need them. This DIY project is creative …

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Sturdy DIY Brick Fire Pit Step By Step Tutorial

Sturdy DIY Brick Fire Pit Step By Step Tutorial - Having a sturdy fire pit on your property is not only awesome for BBQ's and summer nights having a drink around it. Think about if the power goes out, this fire pit can be transformed into an awesome cooking vessel that can be burning all day and night.

Sturdy DIY Brick Fire Pit Step By Step Tutorial Having a sturdy fire pit on your property is not only awesome for BBQ’s and summer nights having a drink around it. Think about if the power goes out, this fire …

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How and Why You Need To Make The Uber Match

How and Why You Need To Make The Uber Match - These Uber matches are great for a Car Safety & Survival Kit, camping and survival. The Uber Match is simple to make, highly water and wind resistant.

How and Why You Need To Make The Uber Match Spend 10 minutes making a few of these Uber badass matches and never worry about starting a fire again! These serve as a source of ignition and a fire starter/kindle …

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