Hand forged steel strikers/bearing blocks

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  1. Red Yeti

    Red Yeti Mostly Harmless Hobbyist Supporter Bushclass I Bushclass II

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    Hello bushcraft friends-

    I have a few more strikers for your consideration for your flint & steel persuits.

    I forge these one at a time from old files. They are good high carbon steel and throw very good sparks. I have had great feedback on these from folks here in the BCUSA community.

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    The bottom two (numbers 7&8) have divots in the middle so they can be used with a bowdrill spindle for friction fire.

    They will each fit in an Altoids tin.

    They have a wide smooth striking surface. Most are over 1/4 inches wide.
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    These are $29 shipped CONUS. If you live elsewhere, we can work something out for additional shipping costs.

    Let me know if you have any questions. PM me with your PayPal address or other method of payment if you would like to have one.

    Thanks for looking!

    Red Yeti
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  2. Red Yeti

    Red Yeti Mostly Harmless Hobbyist Supporter Bushclass I Bushclass II

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    Hello,

    Number 7 is now SPF

    Thanks!

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    Jeebus! I need another striker like I need another hole in my head!
    Those all look really nice!
     
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    Thanks Friend,

    They don't take up very much room...

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    MrFixIt Old Jarhead Supporter Bushcraft Friend

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    They do when you have about 20 of ‘em...;)
    My collection is probably going to grow by at least one more...:)
     
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    Hello, number 2 is now spoken for.

    Thanks!

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