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With just about every home built survival kit that I have read about, people always recommend waterproof matches. In the same am

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  • #16
    Even if it can start fires faster a lighter can run out of fuel. NEVER get waterproof matches,I use strike anywhere matches in a waterproof case. Always bring a back up firestarter which would be ethier a striker or a fire piston.

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    • #17
      It depends on how good you are with matches. I take waterproof matches, a cheap 30 cent lighter, and a zippo with an extra bottle of fluid.

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      • #18
        It depends on how good you are with matches. I take waterproof matches, a cheap 30 cent lighter, and a zippo with an extra bottle of fluid.

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        • #19
          sparking rod. starts more fires than either.

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