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The rod is probably 2 inches long and is made of a very durable material. This item would work on a keychain.
Mar 9, 2013 by Rodney
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where was it made? May 22, 2014
Sweden.
May 22, 2014 by wojtek
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3/8 of an inch or just a touch over 9mm
Apr 4, 2014 by Alex C
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I am sorry we do not ship International with Amazon.
27 days ago by SportsmansGuide
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You can use the BACK of a knife blade if it has a 90 degree edge. If it's a true emergency, you can use the blade of the knife, but be warned, it will likely damage the blade edge.
Aug 6, 2014 by whiplash
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I used up about 100 strikes trying to figure it out.But who is counting?It's well made and it works!You could always complain if you only get 11,000 strikes...ha ha
Apr 2, 2014 by Fred
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Is this a 5 Cm flint? Jul 16, 2013
Ferrocerium alloy, yes. Modern day flint.
Jul 16, 2013 by Sgt D.
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While I am not the seller, I can say that it did arrive that way the last time I ordered one, which was a year or two ago. Good product.
Jan 15, 2013 by TJ
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I suppose you could, jeopardizing the hone of your knife. The spine of the blade would likely not be sharp enough, so the hone would be needed to emit spark. I would use the striker for striking and the knife for cutting. But that's me.
Aug 25, 2013 by G. J. Parks
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I got some extra scrutiny at the airport the last time I flew with it on my bag, but once they found the strange cylindrical piece of metal (lit up BRIGHT on the x-ray) they sent me on my way without confiscating it.
Apr 1, 2014 by Lee Manevitch
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