No need to bug out here either. We live in the kind of place that people Bug out to, not from.Luckily, I don't have to bug out.
I'm settled for the duration of my life in a good, solid American town.
If the jackals take down this old lion they'll do some bleeding and the street will be littered with jackal guts.
The work if you keep them warm. I keep one in my inner jacket pocket when hunting.disposable lighters do not work very well in really cold weather - wood matches work in cold but are useless in high winds - magnesium fire starter + Vaseline soaked cotton ball or paraffin soaked saw dust will work under all conditions - all current military survival kits that i know of have the magnesium starters - been years since i have seen one with a waterproof match case -
true , but only if you areThe work if you keep them warm. I keep one in my inner jacket pocket when hunting.
you can't keep them warm that way when you are cold + wet with hypothermia setting in which happens in many outdoor survival scenarios - the magnesium fire starters will - no GI issue survival kits i know of contain butane lighters -The work if you keep them warm. I keep one in my inner jacket pocket when hunting.
Probably not but a few years back I read an article by a guy who was caught up in the Kosovo War and was surrounded and trapped in his village for months. He said that the most valuable trade good wasn't gold or silver, food or water, not guns or ammo but a butane lighter. Apart from all the other fire starting stuff around here I have at least a dozen of those, the throw away and the refillable types.no GI issue survival kits i know of contain butane lighters -