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  1. 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...
  2. 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...
  3. 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...
  4. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hey fellows, Just bought a Coleman 533 single-burner dual fule stove. Wondering what you use to tote your stove fuel, be it Coleman gas, Denatured alcohol or what have you. I've been told to get an aluminum bottle. I found one on ebay, a 1-liter Brunton, new, for about $10. Is there anything...
  5. 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...
  6. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Are they good to have? Or would I be better off with one that runs on kerosene? How long can you store unleaded gas to use in one of these stoves? Thanks
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