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About Jim Worthersky

Hi, my name is Jim and my motto to live by is: Hope for the best while prepare for the worst. My hobbies are swimming, hiking, hunting, scouting & crafting.
  • Dave

    A bit pricey for them, but I don’t know much about these type of tools. But, if I want to survive out there in case of an emergency, I suppose I could use something like this. After all, it’s best to think ahead of time than get it the last minute.

    • JimWorthersky

      Sure! If you think ahead you can choose the best solution for your needs.

  • James Wright

    I’ve never used fire pistons before, but I check them out now. I always thought the best way was to just use a stick, some wood and something that can catch fire. But this sounds like a lot more practical these days.

    • JimWorthersky

      To be honest James, always learn some primitive fire starting method and one “commercial”.

  • Stacey Bloom

    I got a fire piston some time ago, and I am very happy with it. Took me a while to learn to use it, but it takes me a while to learn most things.

    • JimWorthersky

      Well, these tools need some time and effort to master but once you did so, then you gain faithful & reliable companion on your journeys!

  • Dale T.

    Fire pistons have been my go to device to start fires. I just find them more practical and useful than other methods. I will give some of these other fire pistons a shot, they look quite good.

    • JimWorthersky

      Sure, all of those mentioned in this article are of high quality and very usable!

  • Damon Cameron

    I’ve used fire pistons my whole life, they work so well and I find them fairly easy to use. They start a fire up without any problems, and it works great in cold climates, as well as wet. At lest for me I can get a fire going most of the time.

    • JimWorthersky

      Thank you Damon for your experience. Maybe you could share with us your techniques you use.

  • Jake Upson

    I’m very tempted to make my own fire syringe and see how good of a fire it can start. I better go look for a tutorial on how to make one. 😉

    • JimWorthersky

      Hey Jake, actually you just gave me a great idea for and article. So hopefully I will upload it soon!

  • Steven

    I’m very interested in the Numyth Vulcan fire piston. Going to purchase it up very soon. I never used a fire piston before though, so I hope I like it.

    • JimWorthersky

      Just be prepared that it may take some time to get used to use it.

  • Carl Jenkins

    I have an old vintage model my father had given me. He actually made it when he was a kid and kept it until I was in my 20s, gave it to me and I still use it on camping trips. I always have it on my person just in case.

    • JimWorthersky

      Hey Carl, how does it look like? Is it made out of wood?

  • Gretta Morgan

    I didn’t know there was so many different fire starter tools out there. I knew of some, but I never even heard of the fire piston, than again I don’t know a whole lot about anything to be honest. I suppose I could learn a few things these days.

    • JimWorthersky

      There is never too late to learn some tips and tricks and something new as well!

  • Nathan

    I’ve used my fair share of fire starting tools, and I will say that fire pistons work really well at starting a fire. I’ve used other methods, but it’s clear that it’s my favorite method. I think it’s the overall easiest way too, others require more work as it seems.

    • JimWorthersky

      Well, to be honest although these pistons works great, I still prefer fire-steel instead of this.