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  1. Vendor Deals
    http://www.5col.net/Esbit-Alcohol-Burner/dp/B004RHPSMM $19.99 plus shipping (shipping is free for orders over $50) It weighs almost nothing, has no moving parts, and no components that will wear out or break. Simply fill the stove with denatured alcohol, light it, and you will quickly have a...
  2. 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...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://beprepared.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_CK%20S595_A_name_E_Volcano%20II%20Collapsible%20Stove%20with%20Propane%20Attachment I'm looking for something small that I can use to heat up a meal without having to fire up the big weber grill on the back porch. I'm also thinking smaller means less...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Im just trying to figure out why anyone would pack a fuel powered stove in their BOB. I understand most prepare for 72hrs(I prepare for longterm situation). Fuel will run out very fast. In the space used for a stove you could fit 4 more pair of socks which i think are exponentially more...
  5. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    My Brother (also a member) & I spent some time recently camping & hiking around Eisenhower state park in north Texas on Lake Texhoma. It is a really decent park with some good trails and great scenary. I'm told it has great fishing although I have been skunked both times! According to my Dad I'm...
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