He shows Richard how to use a flint and steel and how to use hand-made sulphur matches called spunks.
Like the first, it includes some world-class localities, such as gypsum crystals from Eilsworth and flint from Flint Ridge.
It passes upwards into almost flat-lying white coccolith chalk with parallel lines of black flint nodules.
Dom flicked the striker with his thumb which rolled against the flint , it then made a spark that ignited the fuel it contained, creating a small flame.
The flint sparked, and the fuse was lit; the cannon exploded its shot out in an arc over the water, to another rattle.
Taking the flint and steel from his satchel, he cast sparks upon the torches, and they soon erupted into full flame.
Silica precipitated from aqueous solution at low temperatures gives cryptocrystalline varieties such as opal, jasper, chalcedony, agate, carnelian, onyx, flint , and chert.
I found my husband's flint and steel and struck a spark.
Indeed, when hafted lithic tools were broken or became worn out, trips to flint or chert sources would have been necessary.
From his saddle bags Draco took two torches and some flint and steel to light them.