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FireSteel Bunker 5.0 with Scraper and Lanyard

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SKU:
K6-BUN-5
Weight:
4.310 Ounces
  • We've drilled the lanyard hole, added a lanyard made from 7-strand 550-parachute cord, as well as world famous FireSteel.com Super Scraper.
  • FireSteel Bunker 5.0 with Scraper and Lanyard
  • The Bunker FireSteel is a beast at 5-inches long by .5" in diameter
  • Scrape the FireSteel with your Super Scraper to make a shower of sparks
  • A FireSteel with scraper and lanyard makes a good FireSteel Kit
  • The Bunker FireSteel is a big, hefty size.  Plenty of FireSteel for lighting untold thousands of fires.
  • All FireSteel.com Bunker model rods are a hefty .5" in diameter.  The Bunker Series Rods in these kits are available in 2,3,4,5 & 6 inch lengths.
  • Also available with an optional magnesium tinder rod to help start your fire even if your kindling is wet or damp!
$47.37

Description

The FireSteel Bunker Series by FireSteel.com are 1/2 of an inch thick.

This is a very big firesteel: the 1/2 x 5-inch Bunker 5.0 FireSteel by FireSteel.com with pre-drilled lanyard hole, plus the famous FireSteel.com Super Scraper and lanyard to go with it. 

Optional Magnesium Tinder Rod (3/8" x 3") add-on available!  Add one of our Magnesium Tinder Rods and you'll be assured of the ability to start a fire even in damp conditions!

A convenient package that keeps your scraper close by your FireSteel at all times

The Bunker FireSteel is a good addition to preparedness caches; its huge size guarantees the ability to start many thousands of fires.

Put a Bunker FireSteel kit in your bunker and never worry about starting a fire again!

Find out why FireSteel.com is rated #1 by thousands throughout the world!

Specifications

  • Size: 1/2 inch diameter by 5 inches long genuine FireSteel.com ferrocerium rod
  • Weight: 4.310 ounces (122.18 grams) or 4.592 ounces (130.18 grams) with optional MG Tinder rod.
  • Robust 5500 F (3000 C) sparks that will start a fire in the toughest conditions
  • Composition: FireSteel.com ferrocerium rod

Special Additions

  • Pre-drilled lanyard hole
  • FireSteel.com Super Scraper (also known as a "FireSteel Striker").
  • 26-inch long lanyard made of 550 paracord.  Color may vary.
  • Optional 3/8" x 3" Magnesium Tinder Rod add-on.

Features

  • Genuine FireSteel.com FireSteel.
  • Enough FireSteel to make many thousands of fires.
  • Huge robust sparks that you expect from a FireSteel.com FireSteel
  • Easy to use and very safe (Common sense required when using any firemaking gear).
  • Premium FireSteel.com 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
  • Add one of our Magnesium Tinder Rods and you have the means to start a fire even in damp conditions!

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

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59 Reviews

  • 5
    Great product and customer service

    Posted by Ron C. on Dec 20th 2014

    No way will I wear out my FireSteel Bunker 5.0 from overuse. My son and grandsons will enjoy its use long after I'm gone. When I first tested my new steel, it both sparked and lit my Vaseline-permeated cotton ball immediately.

  • 5
    The Bunker is amazing!

    Posted by john on Oct 17th 2014

    The bunker is huge and will last a life time, Because of its size it will work well with gloves on if its cold out side, versus a small rod, I have a lot of fire starting devices and this is my favorite now!

  • 5
    The Real Deal

    Posted by Niel on Sep 22nd 2014

    The Ferro Rod is amazing. Tried using one of my fixed blade knives and I get a good consistent shower of sparks using that.

  • 5
    Rookie starts fire

    Posted by Bill on Jun 2nd 2014

    Used as directed. A little Magnesium wood scrapings and big sparks from the Fire steel rod. It took me 5 minutes to get wood scrapings going from there in was all campfire.

  • 5
    Great product- I'm impressed!

    Posted by Unknown on Mar 17th 2014

    This large "Bunker" model fero rod strikes large showers of sparks easily and should outlast me. Got it with the striker and lanyard- and I like the striker, too. The long rod provides a good grip and allows for a long stroke with the striker. The sparks are large, and many of them burn with a sizzle after being struck. I used to use flint and a steel striker and char cloth. Now I'm spoiled. Plan to order some more FireSteel Rods.

  • 5
    Fantastic Product

    Posted by Smitha Words on Feb 20th 2014

    I bought two FireSteel Bunkers for me and the hubby's Zombie Preparedness Bags for his birthday, along with a dress shirt and tie for him. I received very polite thank-you's for the shirt and tie. For the FireSteel, I received a high five and kiss. haha. It's an excellent product and works flawlessly. Thanks, FireSteel.

  • 5
    Great Product!

    Posted by Eric on Feb 5th 2014

    I'm looking forward to using my firesteal every chance I get! I recommend getting the scrapper with it so as not to dull a knife with constant use.

  • 5
    "An Absolute Beast"

    Posted by Gary E Williams on Jan 30th 2014

    The Bunker Fire Steel 5"×1/2" of fire making steel with an excellent scraper. I have 4 Fire Steels 2 Armageddons, 1GobSpark and the Beastly Bunker all with Strikers. When I received the Armageddons I was sick and wasn't able to leave a review but because of their excellent performance I've ordered the GobSpark and Bunker. I keep one in all of my backpacks so I'm never without and the Bunker is always in my pocket or backpack, it is a massive and absolutely effective tool, because of FireSteel I'm never without the ability to strike a life saving fire. Thank you Ron and Firesteel.

  • 5
    First time user with "flint & steel" method

    Posted by Norman F. on Jan 14th 2014

    After I opened it, I tried the GobSpark a few times with the black layer coating still on it and the oil coating, too. It made a few sparks. After a few strokes, I got through the black layer and then I wiped the oil coating off of the striker. Then **Poof**. A shower of sparks and the tinder went up on the first stroke. I had never made a fire using a "flint & steel" method before. This GobSpark and a few instructions from FireSteel.com on how to use it makes it really easy.

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