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Military Stove Review


  • Stove can be used in an outfitters tent with a stovepipe vent; Four (17" long × 2 1/2" diameter) interlocking flue pipe sections
  • Spark arrestor for added safety; Removable dual side cooking tubes can be used for baking potatoes, foil meals, etc.
  • The stove has front and rear airflow regulators and an easy access bottom ash clean-out
  • The top grate is hinged and doubles as a carrying handle when the stove is not in use
  • Grate folds to provide a flat heating surface on top of the stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, small items

Tent Stove Comments:

Thanks. saved me 60 bucks and a lot of aggravation. ( – R. D. K from Youtube )

Lol. The US military probably hasn’t used stoves like this since MAYBE the Korean War at the latest. And when they used those for sure they were the US made. ( – cemwind18c from Youtube )

Bro the whole time I served in the Canada infantry/commando We burned diesel or jp4/ kerosene never wood unless absolutely needed but most places we were there were more jp4 than wood. Good luck with that but it’s not a North American military stove that I know of. ( – ELLIOTT ROSE from Youtube )

I bought one, when I got it, the pipe would not go together. I called the company to get a replacement pipe but they said they would replace the whole stove. Works great. The first one, I did some work on it to get the pipes to fit (They did not want the first one back.). Have not used it so far. I am going to add some strips around the door to keep it from smoking up my tent. I put my stoves in a fire and burned the black paint off. For a Chinese stove, it works great. ( – Robert Barbour from Youtube )

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