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    Default How To Use Various Tinders

    A description on how to use some common fire tinders that we carry in our kits.

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    Nice, very well done.

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    Nicely done, Thanks.
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    I like the duct tape seal. Nicely done video. Everything was very clear as to what you were using and how you were doing it. Looking forward to more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmc View Post
    I like the duct tape seal. Nicely done video. Everything was very clear as to what you were using and how you were doing it. Looking forward to more.
    I know, I'm kinda late to the game but I just saw this and really liked it. Great job Crash.
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    The use of powder from ammo is a great idea. I have never thought of it before. I am more of a shotgun kinda guy, but a plastic shot shell would still be easy to cut through with a knife. I think I would use it as a last resort because ammo has a greater use for food and protection. It is nice to still have options because, hey, hypothermia might be a bigger issue than anything else at the moment.

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