The most common way to start a fire in the medieval world was the flint striker. The Forged Medieval Fire Striker follows this long tradition. This high carbon steel striker has a rounded shape for an easier grip. One side is flat and straight for striking a flint or other non-porous rock to create sparks. That side also features a slight ridge on the interior face. The other side finishes into two tapered, looped ends that slightly curve outwards. This hand forged flint striker can be added to the pack of any historical reenactor, camper, or outdoorsman.
This item is handmade, therefore, it may vary slightly from what is shown above.
- Flat edge for striking sparks
- Two tapered loops
- Rounded shape for easier grip
- Historical design
- Great camping accessory or historically based gift
- Hand forged from high carbon steel
- Length: 3.5 Inches
- Width: 1.6 Inches
- Thickness: 0.3 Inch
- Weight: 1.8 Ounces
Measurements are approximate.