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Rust n Jute Fire Roll... Completely Surprised When It Burst Into Flames

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Tags: fire roll, jute fire roll, rust fire roll, boggycreekbeast, david west, rudiger roll, bow drill, hand drill, friction fire, hobo stove, light my fire, ferro rod, bush craft
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Description: I thought the Rust and Jute Fire Roll would work pretty easily, but I never expected it to burst into flames. LOL! I wasn't sure what to do next, end the video or go for the pine needles ignition. LOL! Check it out. Please SUBSCRIBE at the end of the video. Thanks!
Duration: 10 minutes and 24 seconds
Rating: 7/10 - Good
Definition: HD
Published: October 15, 2015
Author: David West


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