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Fire Starting Tools

Our selection of Fire Starting Tools is among the most complete source you will come across. We include all types of flint strikers, lighters, matches, fire starters, fire related gear and more. No survival kit is complete without at least 2 varieties of fire starters (primary and secondary). A fire provides many survival needs such as cooking, water purification, lighting, warmth, and protection.

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Magnesium & Flint Strikers
Magnesium & Flint Strikers

Flint Strikers, Magnesium Blocks, Fire Starters, Spark Igniters.

Lighters
Lighters

Lighters - Waterproof, Stormproof, Shock Resistant and More.

Matches
Matches

Waterproof, Windproof, Storm Matches, Matchboxes and More!

Tinder and Fuel
Tinder and Fuel

Tinder, Fire Sticks, Fire Paste, Fuel and More.

 Featured Fire Starting Tools
Disposable Flint Lighter
Disposable Flint Lighter
Low-cost, effective lighters can be disposed.
$0.98
$0.87 On Sale
Diamond Strike Anywhere Matches
Diamond Strike Anywhere Matches
Matches that can light anywhere. New 'Green' version.
$2.49
Ion Flashlight Fire Starter
Ion Flashlight Fire Starter
A flashlight with wire coil fire starter.
$107.95
$88.97 On Sale
Aurora Fire Starter 440C With Magnesium
Aurora Fire Starter 440C With Magnesium
The world's best fire starter.
$21.95
$19.35 On Sale

Fire Starting Advice:

Survival experts recommend preparing yourself with at least 2 forms of fire starting tools. Some prefer lighters, matches or various spark igniting devices like a ferro rod, magnesium bar, or flint striker.

A Flint Striker is the most reliable and longest lasting fire starting tool available. Unlike matches, lighters, and fire tinder, flint strikers virtually don't run out and are entirely waterproof.

For emergency disasters like hurricanes, storms, tornadoes, blizzards, power outages and more, you should have a fire or light source easily accessible. Prepare in advance where you are going to keep a set of emergency candles and matches or a lighter and some type of electronic light source such as flashlight and a back up set of batteries. Find out why FIRE STARTING is so essential to survival.