12 Survivors Fires up Off-The-Grid Adventure with the Sharp N’ Spark!

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USA -(AmmoLand.com)- Those who have faced the kind of off-the-grid adversities that make amazing stories both inspiring and tragic will give you one piece of advice, be prepared.

To that end, the 12 Survivors Sharp N’ Spark may be the single most important tool you will ever need when things don’t go as planned; of course, it can also be the perfect tool outdoor adventurers want to connect with their primitive camping roots.

12 Survivors Sharp N’ Spark

As its name suggests, the 12 Survivors Sharp N’ Spark features fire starting tools, as well as carbide and ceramic knife sharpeners to ensure your field knives stay as razor sharp as your survivalist mind when the going gets tough.

The Sharp N’ Spark features a diamond coated serration file, flint rod, diamond sharpening stone, coarse tungsten carbide and fine ceramic triangular bit sharpeners, magnesium fire starter, lanyard hole and a leather strop for that classic heirloom look, the kind of versatility that makes it a must in your pack or pocket and the rugged reliability you need in our wild places.

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About 12 Survivors:

12 Survivors is a modern brand concept built around positive principles and support of the outdoor lifestyle, providing quality products such as knives, multi-tools, tents, first-aid kits, backpacks and other innovative gear to meet the demanding needs of survivalists, preppers, campers, hikers and hunters.

For more information about 12 Survivors products, visit www.12survivors.com.

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    Clicked on their website but no Sharp N’ Spark to be found.
    But you guys are getting good at reporting on items that can’t be found. Like just recently your report on a rescue knife I think you said by Remington. I tried that website but no luck either.
    I don’t understand why you people write these articles about merchandise that can’t be found on the websites you reference.

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    Redmac44 in case you missed it here is the product link again : http://tiny.cc/ndxcey