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I've broused the posts a little but haven't seen anything on camp stoves. Any suggestions on light weight and easy to use. Ease is important because believe it or not, my second camping trip two years ago I had a stove go up in flames...partially operator error and partially defective equipment...
I could not agree more with PRESIDIO...for me?...with out a question, the dual fuel stoves are A#1. I use them everywhere i ge t a chance: Camping,trail riding,picknicking,when there are outtages,out in a cold gathering..these are absolutely the best stoves i can think off. Coleman is the top name for me, and besides like Presidio says: There is always a good source of fuel out there when you need it ...and that is not including those 7 tents of yours when you pack up and go to Big Bend. Here is the one i use, I have two of them: And also check the reviews on YouTube.com
Peach, I can't help but ask if you bought it new? Sounds like it had been messed with.Al
Then all I can think of is to make sure the fill cap is good and tight and be sure and test it out at home before you go.
Then all I can think of is to make sure the fill cap is good and tight and be sure and test it out at home before you go.Al
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