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I love your videos. They are short, and well taught. Thank you. I am sure you are saving lives out there.
Dear Ken Great video on BOC [ bottom of cup] match lighting.You are truely the Fire Doctor. You blow my mind every time.I think you should coin the phrase Bocandmatch. Is that German? Just being funny. Anyway we love what you are doing for our younger generation and adults as well. Keep up the good work.
hey ken i love your website i visit it all the time and i love what you do its great and your doing a good thing for the comunity thanks
its amazing ive seen all of your videos im going to try it !!! :)=)
your showing us how to survive in the wild can you tell me
Have you got burned?
when did you start this?
Anyone who engages firecraft will encounter some hot moments but it’s a small price to pay for building skill. I started pursuing firecraft probably around Y2K.
I seldom comment, however after looking at a few of the
comments on Survivaltek – Videos. I actually do have 2
questions for you if it’s allright. Could it be just me or does it seem like a few of these comments come across as if they are coming from brain dead people? And, if you are posting on other places, I’d like to follow you.
Would you post a list of all of your social community sites like your Facebook page,
twitter feed, or linkedin profile?
The CD mirror is really cool! There is a way to mimic a WWII signal mirror sight with two CD’s.
1) Place two CD’s back to back.
2) Aim the CDs near the general direction of the sun.
3) Look at the reflection of your face in the back CD. You should see a spot of light corresponding to the CD hole.
4) Move the CD so that the reflection of the spot of light appears to be directly over the actual CD hole.
5) Look through the CD hole, and while keeping the spot of light in the hole, look directly at your target.
If both things are lined up, the sunlight will reflect toward your target.