How to Start a Fire in Inclement Weather – Tom Brown iII

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By Tom Brown III:

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Tom Brown is a primitive skills instructor who’s spent his entire life analysing fire. In this tutorial, Tom walks us through every step of fire-starting, ensuring that your fire will stay lit in all weather conditions. Read his article here.
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