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    Fire Starters

    All right pyros, here is your chance to tell us what you use for a fire starter.

    Here is a short video on some of the methods we use:


    Let's hear it, I am sure there are some great tricks that all of you have that we can learn!

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    On pack trips we use wax paper in the mornings and it works incredibly well. it burns long and great to get a fire going when you have other things to be taking care of. . Otherwise I personally love pitch wood if your in an area that it is readibly available its the best natural fire starter available. In hunting camp we pack in sawdust cubes on a mule which weigh nothing, then mix them with diesel and it gets a fire going in a cylinder stove immediately which is great when I can light it in my clients tent and walk away to continue saddling.

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    I carry an old Rx plastic bottle full of cotton balls impregnated with vasaline, use a propane cig lighter to light them. They burn like hell.
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    Here is a video I did on making giant pixie stick fire straws.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I carry an old Rx plastic bottle full of cotton balls impregnated with vasaline, use a propane cig lighter to light them. They burn like hell.
    ^^^^Me to, except lately I have stuffed the Vaseline cotton into a straw and sealed both ends like Rockchuckar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Colorado Cowboy View Post
    I carry an old Rx plastic bottle full of cotton balls impregnated with vasaline, use a propane cig lighter to light them. They burn like hell.
    I use an old can of chew and the exact same cotton ball method!!! CC we have more in common than one would think
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodtick View Post
    I use an old can of chew and the exact same cotton ball method!!! CC we have more in common than one would think
    Great minds think alike!
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