Make Emergency Fire Starters From Shotgun Shells- DIY Fire Starting- DIY Survival Gear

Make Emergency Fire Starters From Shotgun Shells- DIY Fire Starting- DIY Survival Gear

Make Fire Starters from shotgun shells DIY Emergency Fire Starter kits DIY Survival Gear Strike Anywhere Matches DIY fire starter Easy Ways To Start Fire Kits Matches and Vaseline petroleum jelly rubbed cotton balls. How to make fire starter kits for your Bug Out Bag, emergency gear, survival supplies, and camping gear. Shotgun shell cases come in different sizes, fill them with things to help you start a fire whether you are hunting camping, cooking out of doors or in an emergency situation. Fill a 16 or 20 gauge shotgun shell case, use a 12 gauge shotgun shell case for a lid. Add petroleum coated cotton balls, and strike anywhere matches. Store shotgun shell fire starters in your Bug Out Bag, get home bag, emergency kits, and camping gear. You an always start a fire to cook or stay warm no matter where you are. Keep guns and ammo away from those who should not have access.

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