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    flint and steel

    I have recently fascinated by the ancient craft of flint and steel fire craft, and have started to collect a sizable amount of of flint and steel kits (which is my way) and love drawing the spark from the steel and stone. I also love passing on this skill to my two sons.

    Here are some of the kits I have bought

    probably one of the most unusual one, and the most modern ones Blackthorne-USA titanium striker


    a couple of OliveMead strikers, I added the flints, and as flint doesn't occur in Australia very often I have to buy it












    AKA-Dean
    "I will never make excuses for who I am. It is the way I was born. I am a HUNTER. a BONE COLLECTOR."
    Wave Man, the term "wave man" is the English translation of 'Ronin' (Japanese word) and literately translates to "wandering person" and in a modern context a WaveMan is one who is socially adrift or a SalaryMan who is between employers.

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    and me getting some embers

    AKA-Dean
    "I will never make excuses for who I am. It is the way I was born. I am a HUNTER. a BONE COLLECTOR."
    Wave Man, the term "wave man" is the English translation of 'Ronin' (Japanese word) and literately translates to "wandering person" and in a modern context a WaveMan is one who is socially adrift or a SalaryMan who is between employers.

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