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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 05:50 PM Thread Starter
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Wood Stove for GP Tent?

Due to some construction and deed delays/issues, my gang is going to be camping "Old-School" for ML, Rifle, and probably Flintlock this season...
Just set up a GP Small tent for 3-4 of us to call home during the hunts.
Looking for recommendations on a reasonable cost, yet good quality, stove. Primarily for heat. We have several lp and white gas stoves for cooking, and a grill...
Must have 4" chimney, preferably with a damper.

Thought I had a GI stove to go with it, but apparently it got loaned out along with the tent to my old troop about 12 years ago and only the tent was returned. No idea where the stove is now...
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post #2 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 06:32 PM
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I have a 2 dog stove that I use in a 12' x 12' pyramid tent and it works great for winter camping. Bob
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don`t know where in 5c you`re near but try Bowman`s stove and Patio outside Ephrata ,Pa off of I believe rt . 222 at Ephrata exit near Walmart. hope this helps , or the bargain counter in the LPN paper.
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post #4 of 19 (permalink) Old 09-18-2019, 09:42 PM
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Camp Chef Alpine CS14 Heavy Duty Cylinder Tent Cabin Stove with damper and side shelves. Under $200.00 - Check Amazon.

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Home Depot also carries that stove and chimney pipe 145.99
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Thanks guys. Off to do some research. I'll let you know how the search goes.
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good luck and keep us posted
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Thanks again guys.

We decided to give this stove a try:



The pipe diameter is a bit smaller than the shield opening in the tent, so we sourced some 4" pipe locally that we'll use to "sleeve" it so we get a good seal. Just have to tack-weld some wingnuts above the flange section of the included pipe...

It's all getting delivered to my buddy living next to the property, so we'll see how it goes when I get up there in 4 weeks.

On a humorous note, when said buddy went to check on the tent Sunday afternoon, he kicked up 5 doe bedded down literally right up against it!
Might have to leave a door open if we're having lunch in it....
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well at least you know there is deer in the area, good luck hunting
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I have to admit I'm a little jealous of your "old school" camp for the season. That stove should work well, especially if you have a liner.
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