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  • Crafted by a Master blacksmith in the Green Mountains of Vermont.  FireSteels just like these have been used for centuries
$38.99
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FSK-MMFS

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 Product Description

FireSteel have been used for centuries as a sure way to start fires.  These FireSteels are custom made by hand in the Green Mountains of Vermont by a North Woods master blacksmith.  These are the REAL DEAL: hand-forged and hammered into shape with the skill and attention to detail of our Master Blacksmith. 

The flint that is shipped with these FireSteels is a beautiful grade of Jasper that I personally prospect for in The Great North Woods of Northern New Hampshire.  This jasper is the same used by Paleo Indians some eight to ten thousand years ago for making arrowheads, spear points, and other sharp tools.

If you like starting fires using traditional FireSteel, or want to learn how, the Mountain Man FireSteel and Flint makes an excellent addition to your gear.

Each Mountain Man FireSteel is unique. Approximate size: 3 inches long x 1-1/2 inches wide x 1/8 inch thick.

Find out why gear dealers the world over choose to sell FireSteel.com FireSteel.  Get your FireSteels from THE name in FireSteel: FireSteel.com!

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  1. FireSteel.com Sells FireSteels!

    Posted by Thank you on Nov 10th 2011

    I didn't know that ferrocerium rods have been known as "fire steels" since the 1800's. Thank you Ron for removing my ignorance on this matter. The books and articles you showed me where this is discussed with the inventor of ferrocerium fire making products - a certain Baron -whats-his-face in Germany in the 1880's are very interesting!

    Note From Ron: You're welcome - if you would like more literature and information on this subject, let me know - I've archived thousands of pages from everything from antique books, articles, and advertisements to modern tomes. FireSteels of both types have been known as such all along - which makes perfect sense if you think about it, both functioning along the same lines, people would naturally associate them together - and always have!


  2. when will you get them in?

    Posted by Happy on Oct 28th 2011

    All of your products have been known as firesteels for over a hundred years, even these made of iron and steel. Thank you for showing me the book printed in the 1800's where this was discussed in detail.


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