Traditional Styled '15th Century Burgundy' Fire Steel
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Traditional 15th Century Styled Fire Steel
Made in the UK by Beaver Bushcraft
Mini Fire Steel Striker
High Carbon Steel
Surprisingly easy to hold and use
High spark yielding
A 2,000 year old fire making technology
Measures: Approx 50mm x 32mm x 3.5mm (+/-)
Ideal for Bushcraft Enthusiast, Survivalists, Re-enactors,
And Budding Pioneers, Medieval, Cosplayers, Larps
Not Suitable for Children
This traditional styled mini Fire Steelhas been beautifully engineered at Beaver Bushcraft. Based on a traditional old 15th Century Burgundy Fire Steel. It is beautiful to hold and is a perfect addition to a Merchant style Tinderpouch.
Used with Amadou tinder fungus or Char Cloth, the sparks created from this top quality steel striker will easily form an ember that can be used to ignite a tinder bundle. It's an ideal size for keeping in a Tinderbox or popping into a Tinder Pouch. Although this Fire Steel can be used by beginners, we do advise some experience of using a Flint & Steel striker due to its’ smaller size.
An exceptional Fire Steel at any level of experience. Experienced users should get sparks on each and every strike. Please note that no Flint or Tinders are included with this product, however if you wish to add any of these items to your purchase then please use the drop down menus. Any other items seen in the photos are for display only.
Tinder Pouch Starter Kit (optional extra)
Why not add to your traditional styled Fire Steel with one of our Tinder Pouch Starter Kits that contains everything that you would need to start creating fires the way our ancestors did for over 2,000 years? This simple Tinder Pouch Starter Kit contains everything that you would require to turn your Fire Steel into a Traditional Tinder Pouch or add one of our new Tinder Box starter kits to start you off on your traditional fire lighting journey.
Beaver Bushcraft Natural Cotton Drawstring Pouch
Natural Norfolk Flints
Natural Amadou Tinder
100% Cotton Char Cloth
Jute Tinder Rope
How to look after and use your Traditional Fire Steel Instructions sheet