CJD wrote:I agree.
I only lack my much improved SparkLite and Vargo 750 Sierra.
I was looking around online. I found both at one place:
http://www.survivalresources.com/Produc ... arter.html
Check it out. They have a brass improved Sparklite, an aluminum improved Sparklite and the original plastic Sparklite in olive drab or orange.
Did zelph license his improved Sparklite?
Did zelph retire, now, because he is wealthy from selling his improved Sparklite worldwide?
retired.....I'm to busy to retire
I've been camping the past 2 days locally. burning twigs, wood pellets and compressed wood blocks from Menards.
I did not patent the modified Sparklite the originators sell my StarLytes and Super Stoves on their web site Four Season Survival.
There was little interest in my modified survival kits, retired the kits Todays survivalist want the biggist sparking rods on the market. They need lots and lots of big sparks to ignite their stuff. I actually used a coglans ferro rod the other day to light my campfire. I used it to ignite a paper towel which was then put onto the pile of twigs.