Fire is your best friend in a survival situation. Can you start one with bare hands? Here are some methods to practice before SHTF.
Just because you can make a fire it doesn’t mean you can start one in wet conditions, and then is when you need a fire the most.
Forget about “baby-sitting” your campfire with these five techniques to start a self feeding fire that can last up to 18 hours!
Starting a fire with a lemon? Yes, it’s possible! Here are 6 amazing emergency fire starter kits you can do it yourself before SHTF.
Winter time is arguably the hardest in terms of outdoor survival. If you can’t start a fire in the snow, you’ll end up dead.
Being able to start a fire in case of an emergency could save your skin from cold and your stomach from hunger. Let’s see how to DIY the fire starters!
There are so many other ways to start a fire than with matches, so practice making fires using alternate methods before a major crisis strikes.
To see how good is Insta-Fire for off-grid survival, we compared it with another firestarter, building camp fires with dry wood and wet wood.
To this end, when it comes to preparing for the worst there is really no such thing as too many ways to start a fire.