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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I check the local Craig's List routinely for prep items. Came across a local guy who was selling an older Coleman campstove and lantern. They looked good and he was only asking $35 for the two items. Went out to his house Saturday and found that what he had for sale was a 1974 Coleman #220J...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Will a lantern mantle transport after it has been burned or is to fragile. The reason I ask is to see if every time I use it camping do I have to replace them and if so how many do I need to stock for long term SHTF use.
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a dual fuel stove and lantern that I was considering using indoors if I had too. Coleman says no....Now I understand the issues with carbon monoxide in your home...but I would think that your regular gas stove would put out about the same amount of CO. Has anyone used these indoors?
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just thought I would share this for grins and giggles. Over the weekend my father in law gave me his old Coleman camp stove. A little rusty, but otherwise in good condition. (My in-laws are getting older and are always looking to "down-size" all the stuff they've collected over the years.)...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I am looking to replace/supplement my old white gas pump lantern with one that can use the small propane canisters. From what I have read about the Coleman ones they seem to use aluminum threads on the connection fitting and they can tend to strip out very easily making the lantern useless. Can...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have both and was wondering. What would you suggest? Stock up on Kerosene and wicks? Or stock up on white gas, generators, pump parts and mantles? The advantage of Coleman lots of light, But lots parts that wear out, And they can be tempermental to start. The ol' kerosene "hurricane" lantern...
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