Thomas Stookey: Great little stove man, I love it.
Oldclaws: My son an I take pride in our abilities to make gear from scratch, and we
really like this, easy with a little fore thought an prep. Good little
Nancy Martin: Please tell me what kind of tent jack that is. Where did you buy it, i need
Adam Frye: I'm sure that thing weighs a fraction to the ammo can woodstove. How do
you effectively pack the stove and chimney?
email@example.com: Pretty good idea. Have you thought of putting a flat bottom in it so that
the fire would sit on that instead of the bottom? It may make the bottom
last longer and if you put holes in it, it could even create a hotter fire
due to increased air flow.
BUSHMANMIKE SHEDHUNTER: Nice and simple. I like it
Raymond Goessens: That my friend is a verryh good looking tent!!! do you got a instuction how
to bild one?
oooooooooooo: Thanks for making this video. :)
Deriust: Where did you buy the tent stove jack? It looked heavy duty for sure. Need
one for my teepee setup. I suppose you could use one on the roof center
hole of a teepee...anyone with any experience there?
backpackinonline: How much does the stove and stovepipe weigh? Do you leave your camp in
place on your own property, or, do you pack it in and pack it out?
snaponjohn100: Very cool Terry my friend. Can't wait for the update. God bless. John
Andrea Patane: Homemade stoves rule.
real goshawk: Hi Terry, did you ever make a second part like you mentioned in the vid?
Would be interesting to hear what the stove is capable of. Andreas
A M Miranda: Looks good, nice job... Hope it keeps you warm... Peace, Michael
Mykarmaxspiredaz: I'm curious about surrounding your stove with river rock. The stones should
hold in heat considerably longer then the metal once the fire tapers off.
IA Woodsman: @Wintertrekker Thanks for the suggestions.
Journeyman71: Great looking shelter. Where did you pick up that tent? Nate
IA Woodsman: @Sebaring The stove drafts properly. That is why you need vents in the
front.The stove draws in fresh air and the heat rises and takes all of the
byproducts out the chimney.
busycando: Nice looking winter set-up,thanks for showing.
ewtoutdoors: Cool video, thanks for sharing, hope it works well for you. Take care.
MiWilderness: Great idea!
olle Güni: Hello, IA Woods man! This is good. A furnace in his winter shelter. Since
the temperature will be really nice. Thank you for showing. I wish you a
good time. olleGüni from Germany (google translator)
Richard Hummell: There is also another problem using river/stream rock as there may be
pockets of water in the rock that, when heated, could build up pressure and
could explode. Best getting your rock from a ground source. Was sitting by
a campfire once and a rock blew and a shard cut a 4" gash in my buddies
face. 2 inches higher and he would have lost an eye. We were camped next to
a river and that is where we got the rocks.
1highplains: reminds me of the old 49er days! i love it !! good upload brother,thanks
JoeRobinetBushcraft: lookin good man.
stonybrokebushcraf: good job bud
Jimm Griffin: you could use river clay to pack around the stove to retain
Joel Bragg: I found stove jacks on ebay but where did you buy the end caps for the 8"
pipe? Can't seem to find them anywhere.
Mr Meoff: Good idea's but that's made from a tarp right? So if you use your A-frame
but have your tarp over the cross beam it won't sag & will be much stronger
in case of snow.
IA Woodsman: @phr1sk37 All our snow is gone or I would.
TheSonofthunder7: Nice setup. But I could never build anything like that cause I stink at
welding, So I'm hopefully going to get my stove from Kifaru also. I was
originally thinking a paratipi but with these Iowa winters I'm really
starting to think a 4 man would be a better go of it. Store more wood
PatricAine Faulkner: Very interesting. Thought provoking - something for people to consider when
winter camping. Thanks for sharing.
IA Woodsman: I have since moved on to a 4 person Kifaru tipi. I am still using the
stove. Keeps that shelter very warm.
phr1sk37: Neat! I hope it keeps you warm ... send some snow my way please!
backpackinonline: Question: How much "burn time" do you get before you have to add wood?
smokeycanopy: Nice stove and a great video
Frosty Thesnowman: Thumbs Up!!
IA Woodsman: @bobinmissouri I am SW
dlilngn: Cool stove, sir! I hope you have fun tinkering with the setup. It looks to
have a good draw and burn. Thanks for posting. I look forward to more
Mr Bug: Great video !
ireland66613: Awsome great video I my self bult a hot tent set up great fun in winter
okanoganforest: Nice job on the stove!!
oneilluminatus: WARNING !!! This aint no show for da city kitty woosies. If you are one of
them , just go and spend the night in a motel or something like that
instead....Your odds of survivall will increase by more than 99.9% or
more... freaking city dorks...
bizzarrogeorge: Really cool stove. Thanks for sharing!
FixedByDoc OffGrid: AWESOME... great stove. cant wait to get mine finished. im making two out
of the hellium canisters from those balloon kits. nice canvas tent. ive
been wanting one similar for awhile for my dogs and gear. wasnt sure how
well the smoke pipe was gonna work but at the end it was really puffing out
the smoke. good job nice video.
chiya2006: Great stuff. Let me tell you ! I did grow up somewhere that we had relied
mostly on these kinda stoves for entire house. except, the one we had was
well built larger barrel type set in a vertical position.had a small door
built inside bigger door positioned at lower side so we always had small
door open for oxygen and bigger one for adding wood the most important part
was top side we used to boil water, tea,warming food up even cooking on it.
and using bottom part as a toaster. Flash back >>
rotag111: Good vid and nice set up. I have a set up similar to that made from canvas.
I like your stove pipe set up.
atlantic woodsman: Nice how long does your wood last in the stove ....how many times do you
have to load the stove in one night?