laxwork: @GearBuyersGuide clever , I never thought about it. Is more easy an
helicopter to see u in the forest if u r wearing green and u have problem
w2aiq: you're supposed to shave that stuff into a little pile, it catches much
easier that way
RemovalsSurrey: wow bad lighter get a flint and steel
nuclearcowboy7: He has no patience he just throwing sparks around randomly.
WheatThins1: watch the demo videos for this stuff the wet fire you have to shave it slow
into a pile then it lights no problem and for the blast match put the end
on ground and firmly press down your just randomly hitting it wasting the
natofyelsew: i got a pack of the new wetfires and they are about half the size of yours.
BananasForTheFu ckingWin: i like wet fire more than fast fire but there pretty much the same but wet
fire can be on fire on a wet surface and it stays light, u can do it with
fast fire too but it doesn't stay light long but u wouldn't need light for
that long anyways. :-D
GearBuyersGuide: O really.. dang I didn't realize this free video was soo awful that you had
to go to all the trouble of calling me names Tell you what, you show me
your awesome gear review videos and maybe I'll comment on them.. Oh wait
you don't MAKE videos.. you only COMMENT on other peoples work..
GearBuyersGuide: A Benchmade 155 we have done videos of it .. great knife
GearBuyersGuide: We actually tried this theory a few weeks back while practicing fire
making.. (didn't film it) I agree that putting the striker where you want
sparks and moving the flint rod is the way to go, but it's backwards to how
most people learn so it's awkward at first
GearBuyersGuide: Good question.. I go back and forth.. I do like the blast match, but the
standard kind has less to break .. I guess I'd pick standard two part flint
& steel if I could only pick one, but I like the compact one piece of the
blastmatch so it would be a difficult decision
buttchug69er: no offence but the blast match is crap! flint steel is way more worth the
time and money
GearBuyersGuide: I agree, now that I've had them for a while your way does work better
GearBuyersGuide: @Yanxfan2330 why?
GearBuyersGuide: thanks for the feedback, thats why I left that part in
GearBuyersGuide: yup, we learned that too...after this video, LOL
Paul Tardino: For someone making a video on firestarting tools, you seem to fumble around
a lot and not really know what you are doing. just saying.
FrankyZ: with the wetfire, youhave to scrape it off a little bit?
StinkLizard: You're an idiot. The crap you are showing sucks, and you shouldn't try and
make comments while demoing anything.
GearBuyersGuide: @bestSVMS yup, sort of shaving some off seems the best way to get it lit
LeonRFpoa: lol I have tried to use a firesteel for the longest time and never once got
it to do crap, then yesterday I managed to start my hobo stove like second
try. Was a real gasp and clap moment, it's not just a myth!
alexpoz09: the wet fire tabs kinda helps is you smash it up in the packahe then pour
it out and strike the fine power and notoncemoreagain doesent have a right
to talk good vid 5/5
natofyelsew: @buttchug69er not really. when you have praticed with them its easier, but
as he said he was doing this on the fly. but yeah. i personally think that
misch metal firesteels work better
laxwork: all you in the forest why r u wearing green color clothes? is more safe if
u lost there?
Nighthawk961: The Blastmatch works a little better if you hold the trigger down firmly
and press down hard with the Blastmatch. It doesn't work as well if you do
lots of quick strikes.
oejl93: nice video. :D i dont want to complain, i am not pro on making fire whit
fire steel but i have read that you should not move the fire steel rod, you
should move the striker. and the reasen i say this is that i want your
opinion, what do you think work best?
natofyelsew: i bet the OCD are strangeling their computer moniters trying to straighten
out your mess on that rock.
oejl93: and you should not complain. no one forced you to watch this video. and if
i do not remeber wrong youtube has a be nice policy. it says so in the
youtube using ruls. if you are so much better, make a video, i want to se
how good you are:)
GearBuyersGuide: @PaulTardino OMG what should be done about this ??? Has the Ministry of
Videos been informed comrade?
Todd Beal: It is great that you showed failed attempts. It is good to know that these
products are not failsafe and need a bit of practice
joeharris1996: it looks like the problem is the firesteel isent that 1 just scaled down
version of the blast match?
Nighthawk961: Also what works for me is to start a piece of dryer lint on fire with the
Blastmatch and then light the Wetfire.
krazYFaic: what do you think is better? the blastmatch or the standard flint and
GearBuyersGuide: @laxwork yes
2muchwatching: id just put soak tissue in rubbing alcohol and put it in a bag :D but this
is good to (if you dont have a lighter,)
MrLol9669: what is it with Americans and ''baggies'' ? i'm pretty sure they're just
bags everywhere else in the world.
Cairo M-N: itdidnt light because you neeed to break it up to get the air oxigen in it
whateverfast22: what knife is that? i like it
buttchug69er: @natofyelsew fair enough we all have our own opions =]
GearBuyersGuide: the smaller one is a scaled down blast match, made by the same people (UST)
natofyelsew: @mercedesgo1 not really. when you have praticed with them its easier, but
as he said he was doing this on the fly.
Isaac Gartenberg: you should have a contest giveaway
GearBuyersGuide: @MrLol9669 I grew up when there was the first plastic bags ever made,
called the baggie, since then everything else is a copy