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Flint and firesteel kits for primitive fire making
Medieval French firesteel.
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Just a few centuries ago, a firesteel was the most widespread and most commonly used of all household items. A person might not have had a knife, a leather wallet, or even shoes, but he certainly would have had a firesteel to call his own.
A firesteel, also known variously as a flint striker, fire striker, flint steel and steel striker, meant fire and, in turn, food, warmth, light and protection from forest animals. Those who were unable to make fire had little chance of survival. People back then were taught to build fires from childhood, and doing so with the help of a wrought iron fire striker and stone flints plus some tinder was a most common affair indeed.
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