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Aside from the fact that these won’t hold a fire as long, and you’ll need to refeed them more frequently, I’m wondering, why not use one of these tiny military stoves in tiny, tiny houses? Please feel free to add your input/expertise.
At my tiny self-built cabin up in the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont I have a stove (from my father-in-law) called a “Not-A-Bolt”- a military issue I believe, that comes apart/folds down. This little thing is great, pretty heavt duty, and although I haven’t been able to find another like it online, there are MANY other tent-style/backpacker stoves to be found on ebay, amongst other places. A good deal of them are under $100 as well.
So, with some extra added flue pipe, and especially for weekending -and when space is at a premium in tiny cabins or hunting camps (or even treehouses) why not consider one of these lil’ guys? Again- any concerns or ideas are always welcome here at the “Relaxshacks Redneck Villa”. Yeah, I’d MUCH rather have a Dickinson Boat Stove, or a Toyotomi- both of which are GREAT- but if on a low budget, this could be a possibility for some- especially the upright cylindrical stoves that are out there (which take up even less space).
-Derek “Deek” Diedricksen
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