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Light My Fire Swedish FireSteel 2.0 Army


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#1 Ephie

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Posted 29 August 2016 - 09:53 AM

I had the opportunity this past week to use the Light My Fire Swedish FireSteel 2.0 Army multiple times and thought it worked very well.

I have not had the opportunity to use other fire starter systems so I have nothing to compare it to, but this one threw out a good amount of sparks and was able to light my tinder on numerous occasions.

https://www.amazon.c... firesteel army


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#2 Wolfhunter

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Posted 31 August 2016 - 12:20 AM

As a Swede I wholeheartedly approve of this!


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#3 jonathan jone

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Posted 11 September 2016 - 08:59 PM

When my father got his first Swiss Army knife, I was really curious because I was so small at the time.  I asked my dad if I could look at it and see it.  My dad said, "Yes."  So, I was feeling the knife and looking at it with my very own eyes.  I could not believe my eyes in that it was not just a knife, but it had other things like scissors and a loop attached to it.  I was so thrilled that they made these small things that people can carry with them for an emergency situation.  Here is some information regarding first aid:

 

https://www.acls.net...o-first-aid.htm

 

 



#4 jonathan jone

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Posted 10 October 2016 - 02:58 PM

I love carrying items that I will need for an emergency and when they come up.  One of the items that I love to carry is a small flashlight.  I work at night and it is very dark when I get out of work.  I always love to have a little flashlight so that it protects me and it helps other people to see me coming in the dark.  I had one small flashlight that was like a card before.  It was the thinnest flashlight that I have ever seen before.  

 

Here is some information on crash cart cards that fit inside a pocket so that a nurse or a doctor can have quick reference as to what is in them:

 

https://www.acls.net/buy_products.htm



#5 jonathan jone

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Posted 07 November 2016 - 08:45 PM

It is always good to have a small case for carrying items that are needed in emergencies.  I really believe that it is wise to have this type of security so that you know what is in your carrying case.  In some of the units, there is a list of the items that each supply cart has inside of it.  Here is one as an example:

 

https://www.acls.net...-crash-cart.htm






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