These mini nunchucks were exactly what the doctor ordered. My neighbor (in a duplex) works at a nuclear plant and I run a small business breeding rats and turtles for Joe Biden's research on "the homosexual gene". As luck would have it my neighbor forgot he had a barrel of radioactive ooze in his truck and ran into a blind man on the sidewalk in front of our house. The ooze landed right on top of a Chinese man with cheese grater arms and chain mail gloves and splattered all over my turtles and rat. Fast forward a few days later to cheese grater mutant man in a death match against four of my mutant adolescent martial art turtles on my porch, lead by the sole surviving rat of the accident. Three of my turtles were heavily armed with a bow, two daggers and a sword but Mikey was backed into a corner unarmed. I quickly ordered these mini numchucks and after a seemingly endless two day wait for prime shipping they arrived. Mikey made quick work of cheese grater and I hafta say these deserve all 5 stars. Mikey did preference he'd rather have orange rope. If you're looking for some inexpensive miniature numchucks for you recent mutated reptile on a Half shell friend or coworker. These are for you.
Fire Set works by striking steel against a Ferrocerium rod which produces extremely hot sparks - up to 2980 C (5400 F)! Just make sure you have a nice bed of tinder and kindling for your sparks to fall into.
For Fire Set to work properly, use a highly flammable material as a catch for your sparks. We recommend using Spark Fiber or a cotton ball dabbed with a bit of petroleum jelly.
1. For optimal performance, use Spark Fiber or a cotton ball dabbed with some petroleum jelly as a catch for your sparks.
2. Prepare your kindling, such as birch bark or dry twigs.
3. Scrape off the black paint covering the ferro rod.
4. Set the ferro rod against Spark Fiber.
5. Use the top edge of the striker to apply pressure and strike firmly.
Your Fire Set doesn’t need much cleaning or long term care. Make sure to keep the ferro rod and striker clean of any dirt, grease, etc. that could hinder the ability to strike and spark cleanly.