MultiFlame Tools

Trayer Wilderness MultiFlame Mini ToolMultiFlame Mini Tool

Our MultiFlame Mini Tool is a 6″ fire piston and so much more.    Made of aluminum, it is light weight and has multiple functions.  Its main function is the fire piston to provide a form of fire starting for in your pack.  The knob is removable and reveals a drilled and tapped hole for your pistol cleaning brush for a 9mm and larger.  It also has a hex opening on the other shaft for any type of 1/4″ hex bit for example a 1/4″ flat head screw driver bit, a nut driver, a star bit…  There are hundreds of 1/4″ bits that will fit our tool giving a useful tool for many.  The pouch is equipped with a belt loop for easy carrying either on your belt or attached to your pack.  The MultiFlame Mini Tool comes with the pouch, a tin with two extra o-rings for your piston and your piston itself (everything you see pictured).  100% made in the USA!

 

Price: $45.00

 

Trayer Wilderness - MultiFlame ToolMultiFlame Tool

Our MultiFlame Tool  has the same functions as the MultiFlame Mini Tool as well as an added feature for the extreme outdoorsman or woman.  The MultiFlame Tool is 8″ and comes with an adaptor for on the main shaft to provide you with the use of a 3/8″ shaft auger bit.  With an axe, small saw, the MultiFlame Tool  and a little know how you would be equipped with the tools to not only build yourself a shelter, but you would be able to build yourself a cabin.   Made of aluminum it is light weight and durable, adding less than a pound to your pack, but a lot of versatility.   Again its main function is the fire piston to provide a form of fire starting for in your pack.  The knob is removable and reveals a drilled and tapped hole for your pistol cleaning brush for a 9mm and larger.  It also has a hex opening on the other shaft for any type of 1/4″ hex bit for example a 1/4″ flat head screw driver bit, a nut driver, a star bit…  There are hundreds of 1/4″ bits that will fit our tool giving a useful tool for many.  This pouch is equipped with a belt loop for easy carrying and also has two additional loops to add this larger pouch to your pack, gun sling, etc.    The MultiFlame Tool comes with the pouch, a tin with two extra o-rings for your piston, your piston itself and the auger adapter (everything you see pictured).  100% made in the USA!

Here is a link to the auger bit that the Mountain Man uses in his MultiFlame Tool:  Century Drill and Tool #38564  3/8″ shaft  and 1″ by 7 1/2″ long 


Price: $75.00

 


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Tammy is a Christian, freelance writer, soon to be author, radio show host, web designer, pioneer, homesteader, avid outdoorswoman, huntress, frugally self sufficient Momma of two beautiful children, homeschool teacher and advocate for one amazing young Mountain Boy with autism & aspergers, married to her best friend, her cowboy and Mountain Man of her dreams.
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  1. I Just received my multi flame tool from the Trayer wilderness folks. Let me start off by saying that I am not much of a fan of fire piston type devices but with that being said I am very impressed with the quality of this fire piston. Glen’s attention to detail speaks volumes about the craftsmanship and fit of the piston into the ram. Now for the important stuff… I took this right out of the package that had been sitting in the mailbox since about noon time (3hrs) and the temp was about 20*F. I lubricated the “O” ring and put a small piece of char cloth into the piston and pushed it down…… Instantly lit, first time, right out of the package. Now I am really impressed. My second attempt i brought it into the house and let it warm up slightly. Condensation had begun to form on the piston and the barrel. I put another piece of char cloth into the piston end and pushed down. It too lit instantly. Did I say I was impressed? Really? Wow This is a fine piece of equipment to add to ones gear. It is all steel construction and a machined fit. Nicely made and comes in a carrying case with a tin to make char cloth and 2 extra “O” rings. It has an attachment that you can put an auger bit into as well as several different screw driver/socket insert bits. An amazing tool for your gear to make life easier in the bush. Thanks Glen for such a great product.