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This is a discussion on Propane Stove Ideas within the Prepper Tools forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I'm looking to upgrade from my crappy, rusted out fake Coleman propane stove. You know the kind...green with folding sides. Anyways...I'd liked to know what ...

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    Propane Stove Ideas

    I'm looking to upgrade from my crappy, rusted out fake Coleman propane stove. You know the kind...green with folding sides.

    Anyways...I'd liked to know what everyone else uses that is NOT a propane BBQ grill. I like small and portable.

    I'm leaning towards something like this:

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    If you find a discarded LP grill take the side burner off it & you are good to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntingHawk View Post
    If you find a discarded LP grill take the side burner off it & you are good to go.
    That's a novel idea. Thanks for the tip.
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    I stumbled on a fall close out deal at WallyWorld. $60 for the Coleman propane Grill (uses 16oz tanks & I have the adapter hose for regular LP tanks). $30 ea for 2 griddles, and I bought the stove stop grate for about $25.
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    Depenxing on what you want i found MSR stuff to be very reliable and the fuel is cheap you can store it for years and it lasts a long time. 16 oz bottle will cook your 3 meals and coffee and tea many times for 5 days. They are rugged compact temp adjusting (pump less) and completely rebuildable.
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    http://www.amazon.com/GasOne-GS-3000.../dp/B00BS4RP7S

    These are great and cook food (wife cooks bacon on ours on the deck) really fast.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SARGE7402 View Post
    Amazon.com : GasOne GS-3000 Portable Gas Stove with Color Box, Black : Camping Stoves : Sports & Outdoors

    These are great and cook food (wife cooks bacon on ours on the deck) really fast.
    I looked at those, but they use butane.
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    Availability of fuel would bother me a lot, too!
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    I got a couple of these not long ago... quite happy with them!

    Foldable Pocket Cooker - 107119, Stoves at Sportsman's Guide

    They'll burn pretty much anything. They are a wee bit heavy (at about 2 pounds each), but fold neatly into the cover it comes with. They're very well made, and should last years.

    I bought them for several reasons... one, for BOB. The other, to have something smaller and more lightweight than a coleman stove + fuel, or a small BBQ grill and charcoal. Anyway, I'm kinda' liking them.
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    I like the MSR Pocket Rocket. I also have a Nano Firebox that I can use with wood, a Sterno can or a Trangia stove.

 

 

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