My Emergency Ammo Can Stove...may need it this weekend.

Bster13 Posted By Bster13, Feb 7, 2013 at 7:10 PM

  1. Bster13

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    ....may come in handy this weekend in the NE as I don't have a formal stove yet.

    My video tour:


    My welder's videos:



    If I need it, I will route it up my masonry fireplace and let it sit on my hearth.
     
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    Where can I get one? And how much?
     
  3. Bster13

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    http://darkmoonmetals.com/. The guy is a master welder. Great to brainstorm with. Not sure on pricing as mine was prototype, but ammo cans can be had cheap. I bought a huge one for emergency house heater and Adirondack camping in the winter.

    (Not sure if allowed to post a link to a small business. Remove if not allowed. Don't mean to rock the boat.)
     
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  5. fossil

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    I really hope you're not intending to burn in something like that inside an occupied dwelling. Please be careful.
     
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    I'd sure as heck do it in an emergency.
     
  7. Hearth Mistress

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    I'm far from an expert, and get the need for emergency heat but is that safe?
     

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