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Magnesium Fire Starter Block (How to use)

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Published on Feb 22, 2013

After a couple recent conversations, I decided to put together a video on how to use a Magnesium Block for starting camp fires. I use 2 blocks in this video, one that I got back in 1992, and another that I just bought a few days before making this video. I truly believe a MagBlock is an essential carry item when traveling, whether it be in the car, in the plane, or back packing. Matches don't work well in the rain or wind, but a MagBlock will! And a MagBlock will last for years. I should add, be careful when buying a MagBlock. If it is really shiny, don't buy it! I have discovered some are NOT made of Magnesium, and will NOT IGNITE! Make sure your MagBlock is dull gray, not shiny like aluminum.

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