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Rudiger Roll video 7: Chaga and Jute twine - Fire Roll Chaga Fungus

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Tags: Jute (Fiber), Friction, Fire, Survival Skills (TV Genre), Survival, Primitive, Wilderness, Roll, Apocalypse, Hand Drill, Bow Drill, Bushcraft, Chaga, Inonotus Obliquus (Organism Classification), Wool (Fiber), Skating, Cotton (Fiber), survagers1, Rust, Iron Oxide, Fire(make fire with cotton and ashes), How to make fire, Camping, The Original, Rudiger Roll
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Description: The purpose of this video is to prove that Cotton and ashes aren't the only materials that can be used. Palm, Flax and Hemp fiber will work, too (Dogbane and Nettle are my top two local plants to use with this method). The fiber needs to be strong. The boards were very slippery in this demonstration. But as you can see, once it gets traction and starts rolling the ember forms quickly. I have also used slate and sand stone instead of wood for the hand hold and base. To see the first video using Jute with the Fire Roll go here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?vq_V_mnQ4f94 Rust is another substance that works equally as well if not better than Fungi. It produces an extremely hot ember. I have used dry Walnut husks with this method but am not certain that it works everytime. I may experiment more later on with that.
Duration: 4 minutes and 0 seconds
Rating: 10/10 - Excellent
Definition: HD
Published: January 03, 2015
Author: Boggy Creek Beast

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Adventure Time Outdoors • 2 years ago
I just learned his method of friction fire. I stumbled across it on YouTube. https://www.youtube.com/user/boggycreekbeast he has a great channel and is great at the hand drill!
David West • 1 year ago
This is the 4th ignition I got from fire rolling jute today. It is an easy fiber to use with this technique. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks.
Survive Without • 1 year ago
here is the link to his video. enjoy https://www.youtube.com/watch?v 6_eohhdtARs
joesneon • 8 months ago
I made a Jute Twine Match today. Here is the DIY how to do this easy bushcraft technique. Thanks for watching
Boggy Creek Beast • 2 years ago
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Boggy Creek Beast • 1 year ago
This method is so fun to experiment with. It's my goal to show people around the world that they can utilize this technique using local plants. My favorite local plants to use with this method are Dogbane and Nettle. This friction fire method is a winner! For a playlist of my videos using this method with different plant fibers and accelerants other than Ash click link below : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list PLPUSw5w2ZpSaoXXuUMrbxUE4mjmoW1zYJ
Boggy Creek Beast • 1 year ago
Fire Roll Hemp. Demonstrating Hemp rope with this unique method of friction fire, the Fire Roll Technique. It's my goal to show people around the world that they can utilize this technique using local plants. My top two local plants to use with this method are Dogbane and Nettle. Milkweed is another good fiber to use with this method. Those plants work fantastic with this method. To see Hemp used Outdoors with Natural rolling surfaces click here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v n54at86f5wc Jute Twine also works excellent with the Fire Roll. Jute Twine Fire Roll video here : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v q_V_mnQ4f94 A playlist of various materials that I came up with using this method can be found here : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list PLPUSw5w2ZpSaoXXuUMrbxUE4mjmoW1zYJ
Boggy Creek Beast • 1 year ago
In this video I discuss some history, ashes versus no ashes, my thoughts and mechanics of the "Fire Roll". The name "Fire Roll" was given to this method of friction fire by my friend, and our First Lady of Bushcraft, Gullrica. Paying respect to the man who brought this awesome method to our attention I gave it a new name, the "Rudiger Roll". I have also heard this method referred to as "Wool skating" and "Fire skating". I'm probably not going to refer to this method as "Wool Skating" anymore because it has caused some confusion. I misunderstood Grigoryi1 and literally thought he had used Wool to produce an ember with this method. I asked him about this and he confirmed that it is indeed cotton that hes using in his videos. The following links are mentioned in the video. Tletlcalli Casa del Fuego : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v CB_epZO8eeQ Grigoryi1 Wool (No ashes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v DHn3O9aRYx0 Edu Gordo(No ashes): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v eY_nd6VxgGo Survival expert Rudiger Nehberg: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v m6NA6EL7T7Q
Boggy Creek Beast • 1 year ago
Mini Rudiger Roll friction fire. I forgot to post a video about this so here it is. Yes, you can certainly go smaller than the set in this video. To see the Mini Fire Roll performed Outdoors with various Natural Surfaces follow the links below. Mini Fire Roll with Stones : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v RRrph4aK0Bw Mini Fire Roll with Tree Bark : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v Oruoqsqa0lk A playlist of various materials that I came up with using this method can be found here : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list PLPUSw5w2ZpSaoXXuUMrbxUE4mjmoW1zYJ
MegaWoodswalker • 2 years ago
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