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Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by milius2, Apr 16, 2012.
I'd like one too if you find some more
mines arrived :You_Rock_
Ok guys, apparently I don't have any left, I have some, but they aint the quality I like, so I have to make some new ones. I'm busy with a tractor at the moment but I guess I should be done tomorrow, so I'll have more steels ready by friday, hopefully! thanks.
No worries, could you drop me a line when you have a few more?
Good evening! I have made some more steels to fill the orders and I have about 5 sets left. PM sent to all that had an interest and if anyone else is after a fire lighting kit that is hand made by my with all the love I can give, please feel free to PM me for details. THANKS ALL, have a good weekend! Andy
I would like a set please.
Pm on its way.
Yes please, one set for me- PM sent, are they still £10 all in?
Interested in trying one of these - PM sent.
I would also like one, PM following shortly
I am also interested. Pm to follow.
yes please - pm to follow
I got mine today. Very happy with the quality and speedy delivery! If you're thinking of buying one, you won't regret it.
Mine was waiting for me when I got home- took a bit of practice to figure out a technique but the firesteel is great!....whole house smells like burning now!
I got a phone call at work from the wife saying I had a parcel. Rushed home excited and there they were.
My house too now smells of fire.
Thanks for a great product!
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Cheers guys, today I tried a new tinder to light fire, usually I try to find dry grass, but today i couldn't find any so I got a bundle of birch bark shavings. Work really really well and fire was lit in under a minute. So give it go if you don't find dry grass although it's not that fast to collect and prepare.
Have you got any more of these handsome looking little kits available?
Nope, I'm still waiting funds for a few, but they're booked I'll be making new ones any time soon, so I'll give you a shout Mr. Toots, alright?
I had a quick look on your website- now i couldn't quite understand the words but did see a few interesting pictures- do you make axe/ hawk heads?
Hello again Joab. No, unfortunately I never had a chance to make one, or to see one being made except in youtube. But that day will come sooner or later I'm setting up for a wide range of tool making, because I love good tools, like adzes, gouges and I'm totally mad about axes, but as I said, never had a chance to make any yet. That website should be translated and updated too
Just received a shipment of four of Andy's excellent firesteels. I'm using them for a class for young people on old ways to make fire. They make great big sparks. Andy graciously included extra flints at no cost when I explained that Hawaii is volcanic and we have no flint or quartz. We do have a little obsidian, but they shatter when struck hard. The native fire-making technique here is the fire plough.
I may use one of Andy's neat fire-kit-and-pouch as a prize at the end of the course.