- The exact type of matches you should have in your survival kit. (Most matches are crap. THESE are the ones you need.)
- Why your ignition source may be the LEAST important variable in your fire starting equation.
- How “IHD” kills more “fire noobs” than anything else.
- How your ignition source affects your fuel source. (Size DOES matter here.)
- Big sticks to small sticks…or small sticks to big sticks? Find out on page 11.
- The ONE thing you can never have too much of in a tough situation.
- 99 times out of 100 THIS is the single variable that determines whether or not you can start a fire. (Most people spend the least amount of time on this, despite how important it is.)
- The 3 “F’s” to catch a spark in nearly any situation.
- How to make a commercial grade tinder at home. (Check your dryer for one awesome source.)
- The C+PTCB formula for the ultimate tinder source.
- How to set up the perfect “fire starter’s kit.” (Plus the one item most people don’t pack that could cost them their life.)
- 4 natural tinder sources you can find near water or wetlands. (You can use these even if it just rained or snowed.)
- An unusual type of wood resin you can use in a pinch.
- How to use a gum wrapper or bike tire to start a fire.
- The one type of CHIP you can use to light a fire.
- A common food item that holds a flame like a match. (You won’t believe this one. And it may make you quit this food forever.)
- What “fire extenders” are and how to use them. (This is especially important in extremely humid or damp conditions.)
So listen, here’s the deal.
There’s clearly a ton of hyper-valuable information in this killer guide.
I’m not exaggerating when I tell you it could save your life. It could save the lives of those you love too.
I think you know that.
But I take that responsibility seriously. So I didn’t want to give you some giant book that’s thicker than the yellow pages.
I want this to be EASILY usable. Something you can breeze through in one sitting and INSTANTLY know what to do.
So I condensed it down to make it as small as it can possibly be.
Which means it’s just 25 pages.
You can digest it in one 15 minute sitting and know all you need to know to start a fire in just about any conditions.
Don’t let that fool you.
Just because it’s small, doesn’t mean it’s not incredibly valuable.
Besides, there’s another reason I made it as short as possible.
The Ultimate Fire Guide comes as a digital download.
Which means you can get your hands on it in the next couple of minutes.
But it also means you can store it on your phone, your tablet, or anywhere else you find convenient.
So if you do find yourself in a survival situation and you happen to have your phone with you, you’ll have the guide with you too.
And let’s face it.
Sure, you might be stuck in the wilderness somewhere with no phone signal.
But wouldn’t you prefer to have a handy little document saved on your phone that shows you EXACTLY how to get a fire started?
Of course you would. Everybody would.
Thankfully, I’ve made sure the Ultimate Fire Guide won’t cost you much at all.
The regular retail value of a book like this from Barnes and Noble or Amazon would be between twenty and forty dollars.
And you’d be getting some big thick that looks like an encyclopedia and is full of fluff and padding. Not much real use to you.
But by not having to print it or send it through the mail, we’re saving a fortune on getting the Ultimate Fire Guide into your hands.
So I can pass that saving directly to you.
For today only – or until I decide otherwise – You can claim your copy right now for just ten bucks.
Yup, you heard that right. Ten measly bucks to give you the knowledge to start a fire whenever you need one.
And to do it easily. Without feeling panicked or like you don’t know what you’re doing.
Just click the Download Now button below to get Instant Access.
You can download the guide at any time of the day or night, no matter where you are in the world.
I’ve made sure it’s a super streamlined process too, so you’ll have it in probably less than two minutes.
So go ahead and hit that button now.