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FireSteel Pup

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SKU:
04-FSR-PUP
Weight:
0.211 Ounces
  • Our FireSteel Pup rods are 3/16" diameter and either 2", 2.5" and 3" long.  (Calipers, Magnesium bar, moss and bits of bark not included.)
  • FireSteel Pup
$2.17 - $3.37

Description

The Pup FireSteel Series  by FireSteel.com are 3/16ths of an inch thick.

Available in your choice of rod lengths: 2-inches, 2-1/2 inches, and 3-inches long.   Simply select the length you want.

FireSteel pups are small enough to fit just about anywhere yet still give good sparks when needed.

FireSteel.com Pup FireSteels can easily be secreted in wallets, purses, and out of the way places so that you can kindle a blaze in any emergency.

Pup FireSteel Rod Specifications

  • Size: 3/16 inch diameter
  • Weight:
    • 2-inches long .211 ounce (5.99 grams)
    • 2.5-inches long .263 ounce (7.46 grams)
    • 3-inches long .315 ounce (8.93 grams)
  • 5500 F (3000 C) sparks that will start a fire in the toughest conditions.
  • Composition: FireSteel.com premium ferrocerium formula
  • Features:
    • Genuine FireSteel.com FireSteel.
    • Enough FireSteel to make hundreds fires.
    • Premium Firesteel.com Brand formula that gives the largest most robust sparks that takes your firesteel firemaking to a whole new level.
    • Easy to use and very safe (Common sense required when using any firemaking gear).
    • 5500 F (3000 C) sparks that will start a fire in the toughest conditions.

Related FireSteels

* Pup FireSteel and FireSteel Pup are trademarks of FireSteel.com

 

Get your FireSteel from THE name in FireSteel: FireSteel.com!

 

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Additional Information

Common Uses:
Paracord Bracelets, EDC tins, survival kits, keychains, wallets and purses
Rods per Pound of Weight:
2-inches: 75.7 rods. 2.5-inches: 60.8 rods, 3-inches: 50.8 rods
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50 Reviews

  • 5
    Great for Paracord Bracelet with Fire Kit

    Posted by Dave M. on Sep 1st 2013

    I purchase the firesteel pup to use in my paracord bracelet fire making kit. I do have to shorten them by about a half in or so and then weave them in with small piece of fatwood( aprox the same length and diameter) and 3 strands of jute twine and a whistle buckle. I have the ability to slide it out and reinsert it if i want. Great product.

  • 5
    Large enough ...

    Posted by Steve on Aug 31st 2013

    Small enough but large enough for your EDC. Inexpensive enough to have more than one. Buy one large rod that you may lose or lend when you need it or buy 5 or 6 and have backups. Drop in your pocket for that quick fix fire.

  • 5
    Quality product, cant go wrong

    Posted by Unknown Prepper on Aug 20th 2013

    Not my first ferro rod purchse with Ron, and wont be my last. Many of my previous ferro rods not included in my various kits have gone to friends. This rod goes into my car survival kit, next to my Ziploc bowl of Vaseline-soaked cotton balls. I expect to be able to start a fire with this rod in under 3 strikes - same as with my other ferro rods.

  • 5
    FireSteel Pup

    Posted by Michael Foster on May 20th 2013

    My son had a Magnesium - Ferro fire starting tool. In the process of moving the ferro rod was broken off (bad glue) and lost. My son, being 9, was devastated because it was his best fire starter. I had no idea where to look for a replacement. I found Firesteel.com and easily found the exact replacement (FireSteel Pup). Within 3 minutes of finding the website, I was entering my card and shipping info. My son was not so sure because the lost one "was the best sparking fire starter that he ever had". When we received the new rod, he was jumping with joy because of the perfect fit and how easy it was to produce sparks. Firesteel.com has already been saved into my favorites and from now on will be the first place I look. I am 100% satisfied with the ease of ordering, delivery of the product and quality of the merchandise received.

  • 5
    Perfect

    Posted by Unknown on Apr 8th 2013

    These are perfect for stuffing in a multi tool stealth or compact survival kit.

  • 5
    Best I've Found

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 1st 2013

    Was looking for a fire starting system to go into my Altoids survival cans for me and my friends. Got a scraper also and they take up little room to save space. And with them i can cut back on back ups because its really all you need with some tinder.

  • 4
    Good product

    Posted by Dave on Feb 4th 2013

    These work very well for their size and are perfect for the paracord survival bracelets I make!

  • 5
    Great

    Posted by Brian on Feb 1st 2013

    These are great for their size. They work really well. I put them in an old platic medicine container with the striker, magnesium rod, and some cotton balls. I store them in both my vehicles just in case.

  • 5
    Super fast shipping

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 3rd 2013

    I am making custom handles and giving the sets out as gifts. The size is right on as ordered and shipping was super fast. No complaints!

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