Fire Volume #1 – Learn Primitive Fire Making
This is the most comprehensive instructional video on fire making available.
How this video is different and designed to teach you fire making:
This video features a unique step-by-step approach which demonstrates each of these techniques in 3 stages so that you can reproduce the results. The Flint & Steel, Bow Drill and Hand Drill fire making methods are each taught in 3 stages.
The 3 stages are:
- First at home using modern tools (to help you quickly succeed and gain confidence)
- Second using only a knife and whatever you can find (this is likely the type of situation you would be in if you ever really needed to make fire without matches)…..
- Finally, the truly primitive way, using no modern tools or materials of any kind.
TOPICS COVERED in Fire Volume #1
- ONE MATCH FIRES: We all know someone who has used a gallon of gasoline to try and start a fire only to have it fail to remain burning after the gasoline burned away. YOU WILL NEVER HAVE THIS PROBLEM AGAIN. Regardless of weather conditions, after learning the how to construct a “One Match Fire” using tricks like making “fuzz sticks” as the framework and having the wind actually blow the fire into flames for you.
- FLINT & STEEL: This is the traditional way that pioneers and mountain men made fire in the 17th and 18th centuries. Learn to make char cloth, find alternatives to flint, and even how to make fire by simply striking two stones together!
- BOW DRILL: This is the “rub two sticks together” method used since prehistoric times. First learn to make fire with a set cut from lumberyard wood. Soon, you’ll be making fire in the woods with sets made using no modern tools but your pocket knife. Then, with some practice, you’ll be making fire using nothing but what nature provides. Imagine being lost anywhere in the world, yet still able to start fire for cooking and comfort!
- HAND DRILL: Although more difficult to master than the Bow Drill, this technique was preferred by ancient people due to its simplicity. Learn to gather the materials anywhere, even in a city. We reveal tips and tricks that help anyone master creating fire with this ancient technique!