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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    In the prepping community, there is a lot of focus on stoves for a bug out bag, while stoves for events such as natural disasters are overlooked. A stove for an individual bug out bag is different than a family sized stove. Do you need a two burner store, one burner stove, propane fuel, liquid...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion They burn almost every liquid fuel known to man, even gasoline. Does anybody have any experience with them? Yes, I did do a search before posting. Thanks
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello All, I'm new to the site and just starting to prepare my Bug Out Bags and Survival kits. I have question that I hope someone can assist with. I travel a lot for work and in a disaster type situation there is a strong chance that I will be in my car. I live in an area where the winters...
  4. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    My favorite stove for bug out purposes and camping/hiking is the Trail Stove. It burns wood, like twigs, kindling, wood shavings and many other small combustable material. I feel this stove beats the ones that depend on those small, white fuel tabs because the scrap wood needed to run the Trail...
  5. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    This video was posted as a reply in another thread, so I wanted to give it a thread of its own in the videos section. This is the Colman 533 dual fuel stove. This stove can use white gas and regular gasoline. This is my first liquid fuel stove. I usually use my propane stove on camping and...
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