DuraFlame logs as firestarter?

paulgp602 Posted By paulgp602, Sep 19, 2006 at 3:44 PM

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  1. Bezalel

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    Thanks ... yeah I don't think I want to do that on my only miter. But you gave me an idea. I can use my axe. They don't have to be clean-cut slices, do they!
     
  2. Roospike

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    No , they dont have to be clean cut. I ended up using a cheap miter saw to get more slices per log. Watch your toes with the axe.
     
  3. My_3_Girls

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    Somewhere on this forum, I found that this sponsor asked for people to try some off these. I emailed him, and received them today. Very professional packaging, good looking. I like the olde tyme trademark. I will certainly give some more feedback when I finally get to make a fire!
     
  4. Martin Strand III

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    If you have'em 'round, dry pine cones (made by Mother Nature) make excellent firestarters.

    And, you can't beat the price.

    Aye,
    Marty

    Grandma used to say, "A penny saved is a penny earned".
     
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