Light My Fire FireSteel 2.0 Army
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Light My Fire Spork Titanium
In Finland we have this thing called LuHa. In Sweden they made a Spork. We'd prefer the LuHa but you can have a Spork too, if you want. This comes a step closer to LuHa, as it's made of titanium. My god, they're learning!
Terävä Skrama, carbon steel
The Skrama is a versatile heavy duty bush knife - a tool that builds shelters, chops firewood and even carves feather sticks! If you're taking just one knife into the bush the Skrama is a viable option. This is naturally no axe, nor a precision tool for extremely meticulous work, but something in between and a solid and dependable companion above all.
DD 3x3 Tarp, DD Multicam
A bloody fantastic tarp, a bit like the British army Basha, but a tad better! Large enough for all kinds of setups, with a LOT of attachment loops. Works well on its own or over a hammock. Comes with a stuffsack, ropes and even pegs!
GPAD-15 gel fuel, 180 ml
This is quite a clever application for what is essentially just normal hand sanitizer in gooey gel form in a handy spout pouch: a very simple and reliable firestarter! A finger tip sized blob of this goo burns real hot and quite long, even a full minute, which makes it a great aid for getting a fire going if there is no dry kindling easily available.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko, carbon steel
No fancy bullshit, the Jääkäri is a proper no-nonsense puukko knife for real use, not for sitting on a shelf for decoration. Fine quality carbon steel, traditional Finnish puukko blade profile with a slight drop point and a practical grind guarantee a razor sharp knife straight out of the box, and it's easy to maintain too.
Terävä Jääkäripuukko, stainless steel
Stainless version of the Jääkäripuukko. No fancy bullshit, the Jääkäri is a proper no-nonsense puukko knife for real use, not for sitting on a shelf for decoration. Fine quality stainless steel, traditional Finnish puukko blade profile with a slight drop point and a practical grind guarantee a razor sharp knife straight out of the box, and this stainless steel version doesn´t need to be looked after too much either.
DD Frontline Hammock, DD Multicam
Frontline is the flagship hammock of DD Hammocks. With this it doesn't really matter where you go, the hammock has clever little features that make it suitable for just about any weather or climate. No wonder many soldiers of the British armed forces love these! Also available in solid green colour: DD Frontline Hammock.
Polish two-man tent, surplus
Old fashioned, two-man canvas tent in the form of a tipi style contraption, split to two parts. Surprisingly not-bad for a Polish army Cold War era product, this is a nice choice for the traditionalist - not only cheap and well made, it also doubles as a rain/camo cape or a one-man shelter!
MFH camping cooking set, Small
A simple straightforward set of stainless steel cookware with folding handles. These are meant for outdoor use, so they are small and pack compact. Two pots with lids, one pan and a flimsy plastic cup, all pack inside a nylon bag.
Probably the best magnesium firesteel there is! This is the army model with an extra thick magnesium rod, that means more sparks and a longer service life. Comes with a very well made scratcher which really gives good, strong spark showers and doubles up as an emergency whistle.
The best thing about a magnesium firesteel is how extremely reliable they are, no matter how wet or cold it is the magnesium rod will still strike sparks. Birch bark and other well prepared tinder is easy to light on fire with the strong and hot sparks from the Swedish Firesteel.
Rod diameter 10 mm, total weight 50 g.
Made by Light My Fire of Sweden. These are quality stuff, really damn well made.
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