Fire Starting Kit
This is the coolest Fire Starting Kit that you will probably ever see!
Why, you ask? Because, IT FITS IN YOUR WALLET and it is JAM-PACKED with useful tools for bushcraft, camping and survival!
Here's a quick overview of the fire starting tools that the new Hot Shot Fire Card Gen 2 offers...
- High Carbon Steel Knife
- Pocket Saw
- Micro Pry Bar (doubles as a flat head screwdriver)
- Ferro Rod
- Reusable & self-contained in a small, credit card size
Why Carry a Fire Kit?
Great question! I will list a few reasons why EVERYONE should carry a fire kit. And, better yet, why the Hot Shot Fire Card Gen 2 is a great option for you as well!
- We've all heard the saying: "It's better to have it and not need it, then to need it and not have it". Well, that is certainly true with a Fire Kit. Survival situations do not give you the courtesy of accepting your RSVP before they begin. They happen unexpectedly. And, if you find yourself in a short-term or long-term survival scenario where you need fire, a fire kit will be an absolute necessity.
- Fire Use #1: Warmth.
- Fire Use #2: Boiling water to make it safe to drink.
- Fire Use #3: Cooking food.
- Fire Use #4: Melting or heating up found items to improve your situation (a few examples: melting pine pitch for glue, heat-bending limbs to make other tools, etc).
- Fire Use #5: Hygiene.
...The uses for fire are endless. But, there are a few to get the conversation started.
- Our new Fire Starting Kit, that we're showing here, is literally, the size of a credit card. And, it goes without saying, but we did not skimp on anything with this kit. The fire starting tools in this kit are high-quality, durable for long-term use, and will perform without question.
Fire Starting Tools
Our new HOT SHOT Fire Starting Tools are incredibly useful, whether you find yourself in a survival scenario or you're lighting up the backyard fire pit!
From the top of the card, to the bottom, here are some uses for each tool in this new card:
Processing materials for your fire, processing fish or game, cutting cordage...
- Pry Bar:
Opening paint can lids, undoing stubborn knots in cordage, using as a flat head screwdriver...
- Ferro Rod:
Making fire, baby!! 🔥🔥🔥
Removing ticks, splinters, tying flies for fishing...
Cutting small saplings, carving notches for wood craft projects, creating fine dust for fire lays...
About The Author
Based in the Appalachian Mountains, Anthony is a commercial photographer and avid outdoorsman. Whether he's setting up a scene for a photograph or getting things ready to camp, Anthony feels most at home with mud on his boots and a warm campfire burning nearby. Learn more at AnthonyAwaken.com