bayite 1/2 x 6 Inch Survival Drilled Flint Fire Starter Ferrocerium Rod Kit with Striker Paracord Landyard Large
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- 9ft Paracord included. bayite design new striker included
- Don't use bad quality Knife as striker. Otherwise it will not produce enough sparks due to insufficient hardness of blade.
- You can also use the back of a blade from an box cutter. That's the most efficient scraper that can be found easily.
- Diameter of the rod is approx 1/2"(12.7mm)
- Length of the rod: 6"(15.3cm)
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|Item Dimensions||1 x 1.5 x 6.6 inches|
|Shipping Weight||0.35 pounds|
Ferrocerium Rod Length:6"(15.3cm)
Diameter of the hole: 4mm
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The key thing that helped him is someone showed him to hold the knife you are using to spark this ferrorod still/stationary and pull the ferrorod back so the sparks can be shed closer to the tinder.
I'd still recommend striking it off the back of a knife over the included striker. It's nice that there's a striker attached that you can't lose, in case you don't have a knife handy, but the spine of a knife is much easier to control IMO, as long as it doesn't have a thick protective coating that dulls the edges too much. You need a sharp 90 degree angle to effectively create big sparks. Of course you can always file down the finish on the knife's spine a bit, or, as many people seem to like to do with the BK2, strip the black coating completely and either polish the blade or put their own unique forced patina on it.
At 15 dollars or less, I'd speculate that this might be the best ferro rod option going on amazon, unless you don't want the paracord, which I find useful not only in making sure I don't lose the striker, should I for some reason not have a knife, but it also gives you a little something extra to hold onto.
All in all, great product!