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Bear Grylls Ultimate Pro Knife, Fire Starter Replacement

An essential feature on the Ultimate Pro Knife, this Ferrocerium Fire Starter Replacement is offered to replace that one you used up surviving out in the elements or maybe the one that you lost while out there in it. Or maybe you just like to have a back-up plan. Always. Priorities of Survival Guide NOT included.

Item # 30-000874


  • Ultimate Pro Knife Knife Fire Starter Replacement - Ferrocerium rod locks into sheath
5 ,l;jlk ,n - DEC 1, 2015


5 manager field guide michael sauer - NOV 4, 2015

Design of fire starter being placed to slide in from bottom of Sheath allows it to be caught on anything in woods or on trail causing lose of fire starting tool ...

5 awsome jonathan - NOV 4, 2014

makes a shower of sparks

5 Great Rod GETOUTSIDEANDPLAY - NOV 26, 2013

Had to get a replacement rod just in case the original broke or got used up, and just speaking about the original one that came with the knife, it has held up perfectly, is very strong, and the ferrocerium does not run out or get used up quickly. The rod makes hot sparks, even after being completely soaked after crossing a river. The grip is not as stable as the first rod that went with the ultimate, but is more heavy duty in my opinion as well as it is very easy to locate if you drop it because of it's vibrant colors. As for the locking mechanism, you have to experiment and learn how to get it out quickly and swiftly, but mother nature's best hit couldn't knock this loose!

4 Very nice bear15105 - NOV 7, 2013

Its a little short and thin and breaks after a short while but produces a shower of sparks. very nice

5 useful me - OCT 9, 2013

very useful

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