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As promised here is the test showing how easy this Fatwood from Hagwood Fire Starters catches a spark. A small spark from the firesteel and this stuff was blazing. I had to blow it out in fear of making too much smoke at my apartment. Below is the links to purchase their kits.

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In the field using my new Sawyer Point One water filter. This filter will do a million gallons of water. A must have in any Prepper’s kit.

In this video I demonstrate how to make long burning wax coated cotton face rounds to be used to make fires, give off light, heat up food etc. A subscriber of mine (OldTimerLee) gave me this method and today I finally was able to try out and test successfully. I will be doing more videos on these “Fire Rounds”.

What you will need:

1 package of facial cotton rounds
1 block of Gulf Wax
1 Pot to hold water
1 Pot/Oven safe dish to melt the wax in
1 Tong or tweezers
1 piece of wax paper or foil
1 small spatula (to scrape the rounds off of the wax paper)

In this video I show my new set up in order to cook longer term while out in the field. I added a Worthington Propane Tank to my set up with a 5 foot Coleman connection hose.

In this video I demonstrate the Coleman Vacuum Bottle (1.5L size). This bottle can store and carry food or drinks as it is designed to maintain the liquid’s temperature for a long time. This unit is BPA Free. I purchased in Home Goods for $20.00. Normal price is listed at $40.00. A very useful and dependable vacuum bottle.

In this video I attempted to switch my Go Bag from the 5.11 Rush 24 to the Camelbak Motherlode. During the process I realized that all of my gear would not fit as efficiently into the Camelbak Motherlode. So I repacked the 5.11 Rush 24. This exercise was beneficial in that I was able to change out and repack my gear back into the Rush 24. I have decided that I may need to bump up to a bigger bag like the 5.11 Rush 72.