Flint and Steel Char Cloth Tin – Does It Really Need a Hole?

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Flint and Steel fire making usually uses char cloth or some other form of charred material, which is typically made in a metal container or char tin with a small hole in it to allow gases to escape. I wondered if the hole is really necessary and decided to test that. I also show my substitute for flint that I picked up in my local woods.

Watch the follow up videos in this “mini-series”:
Flint and Steel Char Tin Excitement https://youtu.be/4Gm90DN4TbE
Flint and Steel Char Tin #3 – One Last Chance for Fireworks https://youtu.be/AqNITHN40aQ

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