FireSteel Ranger

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  • All our FireSteel Ranger rods are 1/4" diameter and are available in 2", 3" or 4" lengths.  (Calipers, Magnesium bar, moss and bits of bark not included.)
  • The Ranger is an excellent size FireSteel for introducing groups to making fires.  A good choice for scouting and other organizations where you would like to provide a FireSteel for each individual to use
  • Plenty of firesteel to light many dozens of fires, and a littler easier to hold onto than the smaller Pup and Miniature firesteels
  • The Ranger Family comes in 2.5", 3" & 4" all with a 1/4" diameter.  This is the same rod used in our famous GobSpark Rangers
  • Ranger 2.5" x 1/4"
  • Ranger 3" x 1/4"
  • Ranger 4" x 1/4"
$4.67 - $6.67


The FireSteel Ranger Series by are 1/4 inch thick.

Avalable lengths: 2", 2.5", 3", and 4" Ranger 2.0 or Ranger 2.5 FireSteel fit well in mini survival kits and the popular Altoid Tin survival kits that many people enjoy making.

The Ranger 3.0 or Ranger 4.0 FireSteel are good choices for survival and firemaking skills instructors, scout groups and anyone who needs a firesteel that is inexpensive yet easy to use by those who many not have experience starting a fire with a FireSteel.

The length of the 3" and 4" rods makes it easy to hold onto, and there is plenty of firesteel to practice making fires and bring home for use hiking, camping, and practicing survival and fire making skills.


  • Size: 1/4 inch diameter by 2, 2.5, 3 or 4 inches long
  • Weight: .376 ounces (10.66 grams), .468 ounces (13.28 grams), .561 ounces (15.98 grams), .745 ounces (21.12 grams), respectively
  • Robust 5500 F (3000 C) sparks that will start a fire in the toughest conditions
  • Composition: ferrocerium rod


  • Genuine FireSteel.
  • Enough FireSteel to make hundreds of fires.
  • Excellent sparks that you expect from a FireSteel
  • Easy to use and very safe (Common sense required when using any firemaking gear).
  • Premium firesteel formula that takes your firesteel firemaking to a whole new level
  • 5500 F (3000 C) sparks that will start a fire in the toughest conditions

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Weight Comparison:
Approximately 28.6 FireSteel Rods per Pound of Weight
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78 Reviews

  • 5
    Intense power

    Posted by Big C on Apr 23rd 2014

    I dont think you can find a better fire steel out there. something about this metal is superior.

  • 5
    It Works Great!

    Posted by JCarpy on Mar 31st 2014

    I bought 3 of the Ranger FireSteel Rods to attach to my Mora Knife sheaths using Ranger Bands. They are small and lightweight but put out lots of sparks. Glad I got them.

  • 5
    I recommend highly

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 22nd 2014

    Many options that work great, priced right and in U.S.A.

  • 5
    Excellent product

    Posted by Jim on Feb 25th 2014

    With good tinder and know how you can start a fire easily with these steels. I always have one in my kit while in the bush.

  • 5
    As allways topnotch performance!!!

    Posted by david wysocki on Feb 13th 2014

    from paper, rags, cotton balls, and even wood shavings these fire steels have no problem catching all of these items to fire up... even in a side ways snow storm!!!

  • 5
    It works

    Posted by coosabass on Jan 14th 2014

    Easy to use, made this part of my EDC

  • 5
    Pocket sized fire maker.

    Posted by Unknown on Jan 9th 2014

    Just like to keep one of these in my pocket or wallet. Never know when you're going to need a shower of sparks for a fire in a hurry.

  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Unknown on Dec 6th 2013

    The firesteels I buy from all are the best and most affordable.I use them with my paracord tying And i incorporate a firesteel and a knife with a neck lanyard. It's my own design.

  • 5

    Posted by AJ on Dec 6th 2013

    A simple must have!! Shipping was crazy FAST!! Why wouldnt you have some firesteel??

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