w2aiq: you're supposed to shave that stuff into a little pile, it catches much easier that way
Cairo M-N: itdidnt light because you neeed to break it up to get the air oxigen in it
Gear Websites: @PaulTardino
OMG what should be done about this ???
Has the Ministry of Videos been informed comrade?
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.
Gear Websites: @Yanxfan2330
Isaac Gartenberg: you should have a contest giveaway
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
Gear Websites: @laxwork
laxwork: all you in the forest why r u wearing green color clothes?
is more safe if u lost there?
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!
buttchug69er: @natofyelsew fair enough we all have our own opions =]
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
natofyelsew: @mercedesgo1 not really. when you have praticed with them its easier, but as he said he was doing this on the fly.
natofyelsew: i got a pack of the new wetfires and they are about half the size of yours. why?
natofyelsew: i bet the OCD are strangeling their computer moniters trying to straighten out your mess on that rock.
GETMONEYFU CKBITCHES: 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
Gear Websites: @bestSVMS
yup, sort of shaving some off seems the best way to get it lit
FrankyZ: with the wetfire, youhave to scrape it off a little bit?
Gear Websites: @MrLol9669
I grew up when there was the first plastic bags ever made, called the baggie, since then everything else is a copy