[VIDEO] Pocket Survival Kit (PSK) – Fire Tools

Whether you’re on a snowy mountain or in a remote desert, the ability to start a fire is paramount. From keeping you warm to cooking food to disinfecting water, there’s no better thing than a roaring fire.

That’s why one of the first and foremost things to have within your Pocket Survival Kit (PSK) are tools to guarantee you can always have a fire going, regardless of what life throws in the way.

Cache Valley prepper is here to show you what you should pack to make sure you can always have that comfort and warmth on hand, even if the only thing you have helping is the sun.

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Cache Valley Prepper is the CEO of Survival Sensei, LLC, a freelance author, writer, survival instructor, consultant and the director of the Survival Brain Trust. A descendant of pioneers, Cache was raised in the tradition of self-reliance and grew up working archaeological digs in the desert Southwest, hiking the Swiss Alps and Scottish highlands and building the Boy Scout Program in Portugal. Cache was mentored in survival by a Delta Force Lt Col and a physician in the US Nuclear Program and in business by Stephen R. Covey. You can catch up with Cache teaching EMP survival at survival expos, teaching SERE to ex-pats and vagabonds in South America or getting in some dirt time with the primitive skills crowd in a wilderness near you. His Facebook page is here. Cache Valley Prepper is a pen name used to protect his identity. You can send Cache Valley Prepper a message at editor [at] survivopedia.com

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  • Trim a piece of inner tube off a small diameter one and stretch it between the lighter switch button and the body to keep the valve from opening. And wrap some duct tape around the body of it, it makes great tinder if you tear strips off it.
    You can also mix potassium perm. with plain old table sugar and rub it with a stick or spoon and create fire, not just glycerin.
    Nice video.