Demonstrating my methods and practices of building a self sufficient fire in wet weather word to yo mother outdoor skills for wilderness survival bushcraft hiking and camping. How to build a fire using only what you can find in nature survival life is the best source for prepper survival gear tips and off the grid living. Making a fire involves starting with the material that is easiest to ignite such as dried bark strips and building up to longer lasting woods such as maple or pine pieces find out how to build . Starting tending to a fire second only to finding suitable water the ability to make fire is one of the absolute most important and useful skills anyone can develop in the case of an emergencynot only will it give you life saving warmth in the cold of night but you can use it to purify water cook food ward off predators cauterize wounds and even signal for help. Primitive fire making techniques flint and steel this is the easiest of all bushcraft fire starting methods all that is required is a flint and a piece of carbon steel such as your survival knifeflint and carbon steel should be a part of every wilderness survival kit as it will allow for easy primitive fire starting in virtually any conditions
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