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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    It's a rare prepping household that doesn't have a gas lantern and fuel stored for an emergency. Light's a handy thing to have. Same with portable stoves for heating victuals. I discovered a Facebook forum called the 'Antique & Vintage Coleman Lantern & Stove Collectors'. I've learned a lot...
  2. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    OK, so I had the weekend off, and it was cold enough up here in Allentown that my wife didn't really want to throw the packs on and go play in the woods, so I had to come up with something to do. I started to think, I bought my MSR Dragonfly stove because it is "multi-fuel" right? But I've...
  3. Vendor Deals
    We are happy to now offer the Volcano Collapsible Propane Grill. http://www.directive21.com/volcanocollapsiblepropanegrill.html The Volcano Collapsible Grill is perfect to have on hand for recreational outings and emergencies. It is the only stove available that can use three different fuels...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    http://portland.craigslist.org/mlt/hsh/2318792603.html Never heard of it, and I can't seems to find any reviews on "Earthstoves". I'm looking for something inexpensive. What do you think? thanks again
  5. 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
  6. Urban Survival
    Hi everyone, newbie here to the forum but I'm having fun learning! This post is in light of the big snow and ice storm that just went through the midwest. I'm sure this info is not new to this forum, but I thought I would share it with you. I just bought a new PRIMUS multifuel stove. It burns...
  7. 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...
  8. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    How much firewood should I have too last appox 6 months? I don't have a wood burning stove so most of it would be used for cooking after my propane runs out.
  9. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Most of us have talked about cooking with gas grills, dutch ovens, open fires etc. But what about trying to cook food when there are potentially starving people running around your neighborhood/town or even your BOL. The smell of cooking food could carry for miles and attract lots of unwanted...
  10. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    I'm shopping around online for some new camping stoves and lanterns. My old Colemans are just worn out. I see a couple of brands - Texsport and Stansport. Does anyone have experience with either of these, particularly the propane models? Or should I stay with Coleman? Seems like everything these...
  11. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm googling around, and found a few items of interest, but I thought it wise to ask here before pulling the trigger. I'm looking for a good quality,dual burner propane stove, that's better than the little Coleman unit I have now. Something along the lines of this...
  12. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I plugged the dimensions of the cabin I have plans for into a heating calculator, and found out that I will require about 39,000 BTUs per hour to keep the entire house warm, and about 1/2 that figure per floor. It will be two floors, with the upstairs being just a bit smaller than the down...
  13. Reviews & Questions For Vendors
    My favorite stove for bug out purposes and camping/hiking is the Trail Stove. It burns wood, like twigs, kindling, wood shavings and many other small combustable material. I feel this stove beats the ones that depend on those small, white fuel tabs because the scrap wood needed to run the Trail...
  14. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Why is my home made camp stove making so much black smoke? Korey and I made 2 camp stoves out of 16 ounce budweiser cans. These are the heavy duty aluminum cans, not the cheap thin cans. The first attempt was with wal-greens rubbing alcohol. That stuff would not burn. The second attempt was...
  15. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    A guy off youtube sent a message and asked me to look at a Trangia Stove. This Trangia Stove looks like a homemade pepsi can stove, but with a little different design. Does anyone have any experience with this stove?
  16. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    This looks cool. Any experiences? http://stores.ebay.com/Thru-Hikers-Closet-and-More http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Beverage-can_stove http://www.pcthiker.com/pages/gear/pepsistove.shtml
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