(Image removed from quote.)The fire parafernalia of a traditional Greek sepherd of the mountains.Left to right, priovolos, stournari and yska.Priovolos is a metal aparatus, with which they also sharpened their knives.Stournari is a kind of flint.Yska is derived from a fungus of the vine trees.The way they used them:Types of priovola(Image removed from quote.)The fungus yska is made off(Image removed from quote.)A more advanced use of yska, the tsakmaki (around WWI)(Image removed from quote.)
I already have a Light My Fire Army Firesteel, and a bic lighter in my bug out gear, so I got myself something new last weekend. I haven't tested or taken pics of it myself (yet), but here's a youtube video so you guys know what I'm talking about:Since it only costed 9,95 Euro, I thought it was worth a try .
How well does it work at night?
That could be interesting to test in the winter when the sun isn't that strong