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    Default "Unusual" Compact Stoves

    Just a few stoves I've come across with many added by fellow members.


    Vulcan Camp Stove: http://www.omahas.com/product_info.p...roducts_id=220

    French Army Cook Stove: http://www.omahas.com/product_info.p...products_id=41

    German Esbit Stove: http://www.omahas.com/product_info.p...products_id=42

    Alcohol Stoves: http://zenstoves.net/Stoves.htm

    Little Bug Wood Burning Stove: http://www.littlbug.com/?gclid=CLiLt...FQIwxwodPCs2CA

    Candle Stoves: http://zenstoves.net/Wax.htm

    Wood Burning Stoves: http://zenstoves.net/Wood.htm

    Solid Fuel Stoves: http://zenstoves.net/SolidFuelBurner.htm

    Solar Cooker: http://www.safetycentral.com/solarcooker.html

    Presure Jet Stove: http://zenstoves.net/BasicPressureBurner.htm

    Canteen Cup Stove Modifications: http://www.alpharubicon.com/prepinfo/triggccsm.htm

    Modified Esbit Stove: http://www.backpacking.net/makegear/...bit/index.html

    Penny Ultralight alcohol Stove: http://www.csun.edu/~mjurey/penny.html

    Thermette Stove: http://www.thermette.com/

    Kelly Kettle Stove: http://www.kellykettle.com/

    Bushbuddy, Provided by gryffynklm: http://www.bushbuddy.ca/

    The Bush Cooker, Provided by gryffynklm: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBWLlgJD2Ec

    (DIY Site, check list of stoves on left), Provided by Gray wolf: http://www.backpacking.net/makegear.html

    Tatonka Stove, Provided by Rick: http://intranet.tatonka.com/infosys/...od.dll?185@1&0

    Volcano-2 Stove (not a compact stove), Provided by gryffnklm: http://www.volcanogrills.com

    Fondue Stove, Provided by Rick: http://reviews.canadiantire.ca/9045/...1P/reviews.htm

    Stove Collection "MUST SEE" , provided by Rick, : http://www.asahi-net.or.jp/~we2a-sod/index.htm

    Littlbug wood burner, provided By Gray Wolf : http://www.littlbug.com/index.htm

    Jetboil Stove System: http://www.jetboil.com/

    MSR Reactor Stove, provideed by Gray Wolf: http://cascadedesigns.com/MSR/Stoves...eactor/product

    Swiss Ranger Stove, provided by RangerXanatos: http://www.cheaperthandirt.com/WX130-1.html

    StoveTec Stove, provided by gryffynkln: http://www.stovetec.net/us/

    Dietz #2000 millenium cooker lantern, provided by SJJ: http://www.lanternnet.com/Merchant2/...tegory_Code=DL

    Pocket Cooker (wood burning stove): http://www.amazon.com/Innovative-Pro...7851350&sr=8-1

    Coughlan's folding stove, sterno: http://www.amazon.com/Coghlans-9957-...7851456&sr=8-3

    Coleman Exponent Outlander F-1 ultralight Stove, provided by Alaskan Survivalist: http://www.summitcampinggear.com/coexouf1ulst.html

    "Pika Stove" provided by gryffynklm: http://users.sisqtel.net/losthiker/pikastove/

    Lehman's Multi-Fuel Survival Stove - Provided by sjj: http://www.lehmans.com/store/Outdoor...rid=googlebase

    Century "Grasshopper" Single Burner Stove - provided by PGV: http://www.majorsurplus.com/The-Gras...5895C2098.aspx

    British "Crusader Canteen Stove" - Provided by Alaskan Survivalist: http://www.cadetdirect.com/order1.php?pg=461

    WoodGas-Stove - PGV: http://woodgas-stove.com/?gclid=COuQ...FQY65QodXV6cIw

    Soyer's Magic Stove (patented 1850), provided by Rick: http://www.cabinetmagazine.org/issues/37/vanleeuwen.php

    Snow Peak "Delta Pod Stove" - provided by PGV: http://www.backcountryedge.com/snow_peak-delta-pod.aspx

    Makaira Metalworks "Wildwood-1 & SPS-2 Backpacking Stoves- provided by PGV: http://www.makairametal.com/outdoorgear.htm

    Snow Peak "GigaPower Compact Stove" - provided by AFlineman: http://www.snowpeak.com/stoves/backp...e-gs-100a.html

    Stove in a Can - PGV: http://www.quickstove.com/

    Trangia Spirit Stove - provided by Crashdive: http://www.safezonellc.com/trangia.html

    Esbit Stoves (all types) home page - PGV: http://www.esbit.net/

    2012 MSR WhisperLite Universal - PGV: http://cascadedesigns.com/msr/stoves...versal/product

    180 Tact series - Rick: http://www.180tack.com/

    Vargo Stoves - Boo: http://www.vargooutdoors.com/Backpacking-Stoves-167

    Wild Woodgas Stove -PGV: http://wildstoves.co.uk/wood-cooking...ood-gas-stove/

    EcoZoom Wood Stoves - PGV: http://www.ecozoomstove.com/rem-products.php

    Trail Stove - AlaskaBushman: http://www.trailstove.com/

    End of list

    Also See the thread "Camp Ovens": http://www.wilderness-survival.net/forums/showthread.php?16797-Camp-Ovens

    Last edited by pgvoutdoors; 11-23-2012 at 12:58 AM. Reason: updated list
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    Thanks for the links.
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    Good stuff PGV - thanks.
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    Your'e the man PVG. nice links you stove freak you!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    Stoves are a great deal like knives. No, like women. Hmm. Maybe like guns. No, wait. Everyone has their own idea about the best one. There's plenty there for whatever type you like. Good links, thanks.

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    Some of the above links are through a website called zenstoves.net. The site has an abundance of information on backpacking stoves, fuels, and DIY projects. It's well worth a look if your considering building your own stove.

    http://zenstoves.net/

    Stove Templates (DIY): http://zenstoves.net/Templates.htm
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    Thanks for the links.
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    Thank's for the links. You may want to add a canteen stove to your list of links.
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    Are you talking about a stove made from a canteen or a canteen cup stove?
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    I'm sorry, I meant canteen cup stove. I have one on my 4 wheeler and I use it quite often to make coffee.
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    The Desert Storm canteen cup stove is listed above. Thanks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by vthompson View Post
    Thank's for the links. You may want to add a canteen stove to your list of links.
    It's #2 on the list!
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    Check out "Runs With Beers" project.

    http://www.wilderness-survival.net/f...9359#post99359
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    pgv,

    Did you get your Thermette stove yet?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gray Wolf View Post
    pgv,

    Did you get your Thermette stove yet?
    No, it's back ordered. I'm expecting it by the end of the month. I will fire it up as soon as I receive it and let you know how it works.
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    Default micro alcohol stove

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    Quote Originally Posted by locorogue View Post
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    Thumbs up Good stove prodject

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    Well Done! Nice prodject!
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    I like the pocket cooker featured in The Backwoodsman Magazine.There are some nice ideas in those links Thanks PGV.

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    I got a pocket cooker recently and really like it.Kind of tricky to fold back up but works great.A good second stove to have.

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