This is a discussion on Small Wood, Charcoal or Coal fired survival stove within the Survival forums, part of the Armory category; Came across this little stove (not light at 85 lbs) and thought it would make a great addition to a permanent cabin, camp or bug ...
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|June 13th, 2013, 09:03 AM||#1|
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Small Wood, Charcoal or Coal fired survival stove
Came across this little stove (not light at 85 lbs) and thought it would make a great addition to a permanent cabin, camp or bug out location. It is not something you are going to lug around because it it heavy. Reminded me of the big cast iron stove my grandmother had in her kitchen. I'm not sure I like the feed ramp for long pieces of wood but if you took the fire hazard into consideration when building a cooking platform it would work pretty well. I like it because I am not a fan of lugging propane cylinders around and it just makes more sense to use wood or if you have room to store it charcoal. At $450 or so it is not a cheap investment but with the way it is constructed it should last a very long time. See what you think.
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