Ron Butler: Good job and nice little stove! Thanks man!
stanley flinchum: how much wood will it consume on a cold night? probably have to feed it a lot.. and what kind of heat it put out?
Richard Greenberg: I use 8' of 4" pipe and a 4" 90. Lay the pipe along the ground and support with rocks. Build a bed platform 18" over the pipe. Tarp over ridge line covering bed and close off ends. Be sure pipe extends out the end of shelter. Make fire in the 90. Pipe heats shelter. No smoke when it gets hot. Feed fire to regulate heat produced. I like your 8" burn chamber and will give it a try using my configuration.
Travis Valentine: how do you find land to stay on. without someone running you off
MrSIXGUNZ: great stuff !! thanks much for sharing with us all :-)
steinwaygoat: Darn clever!
Olympic Outdoors Dad: Hell yeah, that IS cool...
Shawn S.: Feeding that every 15 minutes?
Conrad Smith Lacsina: I love this. I wish I could do this someday.
Smokehouse Hammock: Stove looks great. how much does it weigh? total, pipe and stove?
Carrol Adams: Perfecto Humongus Extraordinary Thumbs up & Subscribe, Thanks
Nancy Martin: Please tell me what kind of tent jack that is. Where did you buy it, i need one.
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 thing.
Thomas Stookey: Great little stove man, I love it.
PainChaud: Cool little stove!
Adam Frye: I'm sure that thing weighs a fraction to the ammo can woodstove. How do you effectively pack the stove and chimney?
BUSHMANMIKE SHEDHUNTER: Nice and simple. I like it
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.