• How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select Cooking Equipment for Camping
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    How to Pack for a Weekend Camping Trip : How to Select Cooking Equipment for Camping

    Hi. This is John Stewart and this is how to select and pack your cooking equipment for a weekend camping trip. Once you’ve decided what you’re going to cook; how you’re going to cook it, you need to get your gear out. If you decide that you’re not going to do outdoor wood and stuff like that; charcoal or anything, you are probably going to go with a stove. You can get stoves that use canister fuel or liquid fuel. Canister stove fuels work really well. They’re a lot; real light weight, because the fuel, liquid fuel weighs a lot more. So, you can get a canister stove. They’re normally…

  • Recycled/Salvaged Liqour Bottle Alcohol Fuel Container and StovešŸ”„2 in 1 Multi Use Gear ItemšŸ”„
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    Recycled/Salvaged Liqour Bottle Alcohol Fuel Container and StovešŸ”„2 in 1 Multi Use Gear ItemšŸ”„

    another DIY gear modification video brought to you by Patrick’s Bushcraft walking along side the road one day I found an empty liquor/booze bottle… being the recycle type of guy, I picked it and took it home thinking I would find some use for it somewhere… the bottle is plastic and is 375 mil (about a pint) and is slender in design, so it will fit down nicely into bug out backpacks, haversacks, bicycle panniers, etc… after realizing that this bottle would be ideal for storing my camping fuels (mainly alcohol, methonal,denatured alcohol, heet, etc) I then took a closer look at the cap and realized it too, being aluminum,could…

  • Coleman Dual Fuel Stove
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    Coleman Dual Fuel Stove

    The Coleman Dual Fuel Camping Stove is a gas camping cooker with 2 effective high performance burners. The principal burner is 7,500 BTUs plus the auxiliary burner is 6,500 BTUs. The tank has a volume of 2.5 pints and will burn for 2 hours with the two gas burners on high. Furthermore there is an unique system which shields the burners from the wind enabling them to work at full ability and there is also a lid which stays open with or without having the windscreens affixed to the cover. A pair of guards are adjustable for various pot dimensions and two 10 in pots could be accommodated on the…

  • DemonstrationsšŸµMOST FUEL EFFICIENT ALCOHOL STOVEšŸµUltralight Mini Alcohol POCKET SIZE/KEYCHAIN STOVE
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    DemonstrationsšŸµMOST FUEL EFFICIENT ALCOHOL STOVEšŸµUltralight Mini Alcohol POCKET SIZE/KEYCHAIN STOVE

    this youtube video is a demonstration of my ultra light mini micro pocket portable alcohol backpacking stove in action… I’ll first be cooking some breakfast (oatmeal) with my handy dandy little pocket stove… I’ll be using a homemade diy stand made from wood, some heavy duty wire and tent stake… here you’ll see me removing my safety device for my p38 can opener… now I’ll prepare some chili with my ultralight backpacking compact stove… ready to eat? okay, now let’s cook some eggs in a pan with a similar stove, only in different color… also notice I used a can to properly and safely snuff out the fire… my little…

  • Choosing a Camp Stove: White Gas vs. Propane
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    Choosing a Camp Stove: White Gas vs. Propane

    Hi, I’m Josh, with GreatTentCamping.com. If you are purchasing your first portable stove for camping, you may be unsure what type of stove you should buy. There is a wide variety of camping stoves available. In this short video, I’m going to discuss the common fuels used for camping stoves. There are three common type of fuel used in camping stoves: propane, white gas, and isobutane. Isobutane is primarily used for smaller one-burner stoves for backpacking. I’m going to focus more on the types of stoves that would be used for car camping. Most of the stoves that burn white gas can also burn other fuels like unleaded gasoline or…

  • How to make a Penny Stove Soda Can Alcohol Stove, survival, ultra lite, backpacker ultra light DIY
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    How to make a Penny Stove Soda Can Alcohol Stove, survival, ultra lite, backpacker ultra light DIY

    This is Brother Mo today my daughter is gonna take you through building an alcohol stove as a class project in her Wildlife Resources class So stick around and she takes you through the steps The first thing she does is take her razor blade and secure it to the top of a box or book something about a inch and a half tall and And score her can all the way around Be sure to score the can as deeply as possible Using a new razor blade will make this process much cleaner Once you have your cans scored, if you’ll take your thumb and press around that mark…