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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
    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...
  3. 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...
  4. 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...
  5. 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:
  6. 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...
  7. 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...
  8. 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...
  9. 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...
  10. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Was looking thru the older posts in hopes of finding this and kinda gave up. I've got some good preps for food, now I need a way to cook them. Does anyone have any experience they can share for a good multi-fuel stove? What's the most readily available/salvageable kind of fuel out there? What...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Its one thing to have a remote camp that you and your family visits on the weekends, its another thing to have this camp prepped and ready to go for a disaster. Having the camp prepped means the difference between having a bug out location, or having a weekend get away. One of the comforts of...
  12. 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?
  13. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Just curious what stoves anyone else has in their stockpiles for an off the grid, shtf or just plain outdoors use. I have a few old all brass stoves that run on Kero that I use - can handle long term fuel storage - not really temp affected - wont rust - and the stoves have only 2 seals that...
  14. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    My wife took me shopping with her today at a local big name store,,,we went through house wares and other isles, me pushing the cart and her looking,,,we passed by the hiking/camping section and she suddenly stops and says,,look at this little stove,,,they did not have this last week when I got...
  15. 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.)...
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'am looking at the Coleman Fold N Go Stove. Does anyone here have one? I like how it folds up about 1/2 the size of my other coleman stove.
  17. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    While on a camping trip last weekend, my buddy (Shonuff here on the forums) got the chance to use his new Coleman Perfectflow Stove. I had my liquid fuel coleman stove out and was cooking on it. It was just taking too long, so Shonuff got his stove out. It was like night and day. Once the...
  18. Urban Survival
    I have a coleman stove, propaine. It has two valves, one for each burner. There is no gas on/of on the connector to the bottle, just a preset regulator. Can I hook up a 25# cylinder (using the propper fittings)? The instructions say not to, but I cannot tell if that is a mechanical issue or...
  19. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    that sits on top of the little propane tanks. Has anyone had trouble with these in the past and would I be much better off just buying the side by side Coleman set up?
  20. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I saw Kev's video on Youtube about the review on the Coleman 533, and from what I saw, it looks like a very nice little stove, and it's reasonably priced, so I may consider buying it soon... But I want other peoples' opinions on the matter first!:cool:
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