Hey friends, fresh off the anvil, I have a group of five steel strikers forged from some recycled files. Four of these strikers do double duty - In addition to making great sparks with flint, they have a divot forged in the middle and can be used as a bearing block for holding a bow drill for friction fire! Front side showing the divot (Note: top one does not have a divot) : NOTE: THESE FIVE STRIKERS ARE ALL SOLD, PLEASE SEE MY CURRENT OFFERINGS ON THE THREAD BELOW Reverse side: NOTE: THESE FIVE STRIKERS ARE ALL SOLD, PLEASE SEE MY CURRENT OFFERINGS ON THE THREAD BELOW Here's a view of how they work on a spindle: Just for fun, here's a view of the progression of steps for forging these from a file: These are good old american made high carbon tool steel. They have that cool texture from the file teeth. I've tested each one to be sure it produces sparks well. All will fit snugly in an Altoids tin diagonally. The divot is about 1/2 inches diameter. The strikers are hefty and about 1/4 inches thick. I think that gives nice momentum that seems to work well for making sparks. I think you will like these a lot. I'm offering these for $28 each, shipped US (will ship elsewhere for added shipping) Take your pick! I've had really good feedback on my strikers from folks on the forum previously see here for more about that: https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/forged-strikers-bearing-blocks.222497/ https://bushcraftusa.com/forum/threads/wts-new-dragon-skin-forged-bearing-block-strikers.215915/ Thanks for looking!