Creek's "Anyone, Anywhere, Anycondition, Anytime" Fire Kit

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Creek's "Anyone, Anywhere, Anycondition, Anytime" Fire Kit

42.99

Anyone can start a fire Anywhere in Anycondition at Anytime using this kit.

Fire is the most important survival skill and I've pulled out all the punches with this meticulously assembled multi-condition, multi-option fire starting kit.  Each kit is hand assembled at my training facility in Central Indiana and includes some of my all time favorite tried and tested fire-starting tools.  Below is an inventory list:

  • QTY 1: Creek's Companion Kit: The entire kit is packed in my RED Companion Kit. It's a 7"x5"x3" clam shell MOLLE compatible case with tons on interior storage pockets and loops for all kinds of fire implements. It's made from water and abrasion resistant ballistic nylon fabric and is built like a little tank. It makes for a great packable fire kit container.
  • QTY 1: Char Cloth Tin: This is a 2 5/16" x 3 11/16" x 13/16" metal tin. 100% natural fabrics like cotton can be made into Char Cloth, which is an outstanding fire starting material. When you have a fire, it's important to plan for future fires. This tin allows you to make Char Cloth and plan for future fires. See my article here about how to make char cloth: CREEK SHOWS HOW TO MAKE CHAR CLOTH
  • QTY 1: Hand forged Mini Striker:  This mini-flint striker is hand forged by blacksmiths in Kentucky, USA and is the perfect lightweight addition to your char-cloth kit.  Use it and the enclosed Texas flint to throw a spark onto any charred material.
  • Qty 1:  6" Cotton Rope: The large chunk of rope included in your kit is made from 100% cotton and makes for a VERY unique char rope that I'm willing to bet none of you have used before! It’s actually furniture and upholstery piping that I purchased in bulk from Hobby Lobby. It’s available at most fabric stores and makes for the fattest, most awesome char material I’ve ever used.
  • QTY 8: Tinder Bullets: These are a compressed, cotton based, fuel impregnated fire tinder. They are also waterproof. Each of these will light with just a spark and will burn for a solid 2 minutes!
  • QTY 5: Tinder Tubes: These plastic waterproof viles are perfect for storing a variety of moisture sensitive fire tinders.  From PET Balls to punky wood, your creativity is the limit.  5 assorted sizes.
  • QTY 2: Fire Chucks:  These two fire chucks extend your options with Bow Drill and Hand Drill friction fires.  See the video below that shows how I use them.
  • QTY 15: UCO Survival Matches: These storm proof matches come in a sealed reusable plastic waterproof match case with 2 replaceable strikers. Each match will burn for 12 seconds. These are like matches on STEROIDS! They are also wind and waterproof!
  • QTY 1: Fire Scratcher: When you remove the rubber grip (simply slide it off), the scratcher can be extended to make an awesome fire bellows that you can use to blow air with pinpoint accuracy into the fire. The little metal hand on the end also makes a perfect tool for reaching into the fire and adjusting cookware, coals, or sticks.
  • QTY 1: Ferro Rod w/ Striker: This ferro rod good for 1500 strikes and produces sparks that burn up to 5,400 degrees Fahrenheit. This is without a doubt one of the best fire starting tools on the market. It is small, compact and effective. It will great sparks in virtually any weather condition on Planet Earth.
  • QTY 2: Fatwood Sticks: This all natural fire starter is one of the best I've used. These are harvested from stumps of pine (fatwood) from the highlands of Mexico. With their 80% pine resin content, these little guys are extremely easy to light and work even when wet. These burn long and hot and will light about any fire you can imagine. They ignite with spark or flame - must shave into shavings to ignite with sparks.
  • QTY 1: Pocket Wick: The Pocket Wick is a wax infused hemp string. When you take a piece of this stuff and process it with your fingers, you have an excellent fire tinder that can be lit with a single spark. It is also a great alternative to messy petroleum jelly cotton balls. You can wrap gear and tool handles with it, so you always have some on hand. It also makes a great wick for improvised lamps.
  • QTY 1: Rules of 3 Notebook: A great little notebook to record your fire starting tips and tricks to keep in your kit at all times.  The paper can also be used as tinder in a pinch.
  • QTY 1: Solar Fresnel Lens: The sun comes up every day and no fire kit would be complete without at least 1 solar fire starting tool. I've used these little fresnel magnifiers to start fires countless times. They are lightweight and easy to use. Use it on char cloth, deer poop, punky wood, tinder fungus or any other fire tinder that will smolder. These will not produce flame. You'll need to create an ember and blow it into flame using a tinder bundle (like your Pocket Wick).
  • QTY 1: Punky Dust: This hand-sourced and hand-ground punky wood is the finest you'll ever use! Use this to create a BIG FAT EMBER with the Fresnel Lens listed above.
  • QTY 2: Cotton Discs: These cotton pads are perfect for catching a spark or mixing with chap stick or petroleum jelly to create a long burning fire tinder.
  • QTY 1: Steel Wool: Steel wool is another one of those amazing fire tinders. It will smolder with just sparks and burns VERY hot. Use this to blow a tinder bundle into flame. This will ignite even after being dipped in water!

The only 2 items you'll want to add to this kit once you get it are:

  • A disposable lighter (or 2)
  • A small tube of Carmex Lip Balm or small container of Petroleum Jelly. These products can be mixed with tinder fibers to make the flame burn much longer - also known as a fire extender. Click here to read about how I make PET BALLS: Creek's PET BALL Recipe
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