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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. Food and water
    I also posted this in the Disaster Preparedness forum, but thinking it may be better to go in here. I just recently started looking at these, "I have built rocket stove heaters in the past" and was thinking this is a must have for a SHTF or off grid even a bug out situation possibly. If you...
  3. DIY - Do It Yourself
    The land lord said my fire place is non functional but I am thinking they meant for actual fires since the flue doesnt seem to be there. It seems to have a stove pipe non rigid liner with an inch of insulation the end has the piece to hook up to a wood stove but behind thst end the masonry is...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    While my wife an I are camping at Martin Dies State Park – which is closee to Jasper Texas – I thought this would be a good time to talk about our Bug Out Box. We do not call it a Bug Out Box per say, we call it our camping box. But it would serve either purpose. If some kind of SHTF event...
  5. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Free plans available for a wood gas camp stove I designed. PM email for plans. Named in honor of the U.S. Army Rangers 30-day trial-by-fire at 7,000+ ft 30 minute burn time average Burned over 300 times and still kickin' Boils 2 cups of water in 7 1/2 minutes (twice) Protected flame - less...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Last night I was attempting to break the spot welds on the obtrusive handle of my old faithful 14oz GSI cup so it would nest in my new addition GSI 18oz cup/pot. Needless to say the surgery was not a success and "a holy cup does not a water molecule contain". Well since I had my cook kit out I...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a new question for the group. I have purchased an outdoor propane cooker and gas for cooking so if my SHTF includes a loss of power I can cook for the family. But not all things can be cooked on a stove top cooker in a pan. Does anyone know of a portable oven that can be put on top of...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hey guys i am a big ol noob to this forum. A little history i was raised a poor farm kid in western Oregon so then joined the army got out after 7 years. So i have a little bit of know how on my shoulders. So on to my question. i moved to northern Montana for work where i am totally unfamiliar...
  9. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I recieved a amazon gift card and want a nice 2 burner dual fuel stove. While doing the research on colemans website, I found 3 stoves, but no description of the differences. The only thing I can see is some slight BTU and fuel tank size differences, but that is it. I was wondering if anyone can...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    As of now I have 3 cooking systems. 1. Fireplace, wood burning 2. Coleman stove, one burner 3. Volcano stove, small but usefull I dont have alot of money but, here are my cooking systems. I continue to stock the propane and wood. also some candles and fatwood for the volcano stove. :thumb:
  11. Food and water
    Nothing fancy, but since I've been in the prepper movement for a while, I thought it best to try out my new camp stove and mess kit. Using my aluminum BOB mess kit, the water boiled in about 90 seconds and I had reconstituted chili 10 minutes later. I need to make it a point to test and push...
  12. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hey all, I just got the MSR pocketrocket for lightweight backpacking. Anyway, it uses small fuel canisters of IsoPro (Jetboil, MSR, etc). These are fairly light themselves, but I was curious about using the larger "green can" propane that you can buy at China mart are wherever. Has anyone...
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Traded in the old solid fuel stove for a very cool Trangia alcohol stove. About 20 bucks delivered. Using 3 ounce of alcohol, I boiled 2 quarts of water in 15:45, then simmered it at a rolling boil for another 50 minutes. And it only weigh a few grams. I can recommend the "wilderness"...
  14. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Dont worry I read some posts after searching lol... I live on the first floor of a condo, I have wood floors and a natural gas fireplace. I dont own I rent. So with that being said my options are as follows (I think?) A coleman portable stove? I used one as a kid camping the thing was always...
  15. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Lets talk about food someone would keep in their bug out bag For years, and I mean for years I have kept a food bag in my bug out / camping bag. For the most part the food bag contains a single burner stove for a bug out bag, pot for cooking, eating utensils, lighter and matches for the stove...
  16. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    www.britelyt.com/largestv.htm 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
  17. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Like a lot of you, I have several options for cooking should things go strange, but the other day I was testing my dual fuel (white gas & unleaded gasoline) coleman stove inside of my shed. While it works great, I'm pretty sure it produces carbon monoxide as a byproduct and they suggest it only...
  18. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I was looking for a durable, efficient and simple(w/o piezo igniter) canister stove. Thanks to you guys, the Pocker Rocket was a leading candidate and I was ready to pull a trigger but then I found this article at backpackers.com which reviewed several very popular stoves and one of them was...
  19. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Please chime if you own one or have some experience with it. It seems to me that I can place a steel bottle on the burner by holding the neck of the bottle with a set of pliers and/or leather glove and achieve a very quick boiling time because of the way the flame is shooting, which is...
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