FireTacks FireTacks geocaching trail reflectors Displaying 7 - 9 of 9«12 Show All 4D FireTacks 9.99 How many? Adding Item... Product has been added FireTacks MINI-Combo Kit 16.99 How many? Adding Item... Product has been added FireTacks - MINI-Combo Kit - Geocache 17.99 How many? Adding Item... Product has been added Displaying 7 - 9 of 9«12 Show All 7 Responses to “FireTacks” Why Are FireTacks So Bright? | Cache At Night says: May 3, 2011 at 19:07 [...] it easier on yourself and use a headlamps when following FireTacks. The retroreflective nature of FireTacks make them the best choice for trail markers. (Remember to use them for the trail out as well as [...] FireTack Usage Tutorial | Cache At Night says: May 28, 2011 at 23:06 [...] Firetacks are a great way to make a night cache. They are low tech and low maintenance. The following tutorial will identify some things you should consider when using FireTacks. [...] Choosing a Flashlight, what you should consider. | Cache At Night says: June 28, 2011 at 12:05 [...] me to light up any area I’m searching for a cache. If you are doing a night cache that uses FireTacks it is possible for your light to be too bright. FireTacks are most visible when they are at the [...] TAG :: Toronto Area Geocachers » Groundspeak Recognizes BFL Bootcamp says: October 22, 2011 at 12:44 [...] Boot Camp has grown. The first year, we hid 6 geocaches and they were mainly based on the use of firetacks. The event “Fall Back to Night Caching“ (archived – Geocaching login [...] TAG :: Toronto Area Geocachers » Featured Cache: GC36GEA HUNGER GAMES (Night “fire tack” cache) says: November 13, 2011 at 12:42 [...] you arrive at the posted co-ordinates, you look around for a fire tack which is a retro-reflective marker. To see these best, your light source should be close to your [...] When The Lights Go Out: Caching After Dark « Treasure Island Caching says: August 9, 2012 at 12:35 [...] the instructions given to you. This means that you’ll likely be looking for a series of firetacks hidden along a trail leading you to the geocache container. If you don’t know what a fire [...] Geocaching Bag | Cache At Night says: September 23, 2012 at 08:27 [...] carry spare FireTacks either to repair a cache that’s missing a few or in case the urge strikes to place one while [...] Sorry, the comment form is closed at this time.