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Author Topic: Why are matches always recommended in survival booklets but never lighters.  (Read 3609 times)

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Like he said!
I think having a gas lighter is a must have for convenience if no other reason.
Plenty of other good reasons are listed too.
Water proof matches are essential plus a couple of other fire starter methods including a Bic.
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Re: Why are matches always recommended in survival booklets but never lighters.
« Reply #16 on: December 27, 2017, 07:44:12 am »

I have been buying a few tins of butane and the stove lighters.
The lighters are a bit bulkier, but can be refilled time after time.
And have safety slides to prevent gas lose.
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Loose ends make my arse itch and I have just clipped my finger nails. So the itch flows to my trigger finger.

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Re: Why are matches always recommended in survival booklets but never lighters.
« Reply #17 on: December 27, 2017, 09:17:47 am »

I purchased a butane adaptor for butane cans so they can be used on normal camping stoves. Price is $4.45 one gets four cans 220g of butane at Bunnings and going rate for camping gas cylinder is just under $10 for a single 100g canister. 

Gas adaptors are between $5 for just a simple adaptor to <$15 for the one I got.
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I also purchased a fire lighter that fits onto the gas canisters - they are like a mini blow torch.
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Re: Why are matches always recommended in survival booklets but never lighters.
« Reply #18 on: December 27, 2017, 12:21:04 pm »

Ohhhhhhhhhhhhh, I like that last one Oz. ;D
It gets pretty hot?
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