Maybe this is more of a gear-related question, but I thought I might get more responses here in the main forum. Does anybody have a good alternative to screwing single-wall black stove pipe together? Having blown an unsecured pipe out the back of a stove one time, I have always since made sure that each section of single-wall pipe is connected with three sheet metal screws. As I'm sure everyone else is well aware, getting the holes lined back up once you take it apart, can be an exercise in frustration. I can usually do it, but it's not much fun. Much of the problem is tied to the fact that the pipe is hard to move around once it's together, so I was thinking maybe some sort of dry, graphite lubricant would be useful. Something that won't smoke once you get the thing fired back up. Please note, there's no credit for posts that include the use of a drill. That's a no-brainer, but it offends my sense of what's right and decent.