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  1. While I carry a lighter, matches and a magnesium bar/striker with me, I learned long ago to use the magnesium shavings with all three. We carried the magnesium bars in our flight suits in the Air Force and they are a real life saver, especially during wet weather, those little shavings ignite fast and hot. During winter camping in Maine, I would take birch bark and shave some of the magnesium onto it and build my fire pile above this. One hit with a flame from my lighter and I had a fire.

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