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TMS STOVE-2346 Portable Military Camping Tent Steel Wood Stove

October 27, 2015 - Comment

This is a great stove you can use to cook your dinner, dry your gear, heat your shelter, or just warm your hands and feet on a cold winter’s night. Safer than an open fire. Small enough to transport in your car and hand carry to your campsite. The ample cook top

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This is a great stove you can use to cook your dinner, dry your gear, heat your shelter, or just warm your hands and feet on a cold winter’s night. Safer than an open fire. Small enough to transport in your car and hand carry to your campsite. The ample cook top space gives you room to cook up lots of tasty dishes. When you’re not cooking, you can rotate the cook top outward to dry wet socks and gloves. In areas where open fires are not permitted this portable stove could be a handy item to have. A great gift idea for your favorite camper, fisherman (great for ice-fishing), hunter, or lover of wood-burning stoves. Four (17″ long × 2 1/2″ diameter) interlocking flue pipe sections. Spark arrestor for added safety. Stove can be used in an outfitters tent with a stove pipe vent. Removable legs (15 1/2″ long). Removable dual side cooking tubes can be used for baking potatoes, foil meals, etc. The stove has front and rear air flow regulators and an easy access bottom ash clean-out. Stove tools included. Stove pipe cap. Super strong rolled steel construction. Sets up in minutes. Top grate is hinged and doubles as a carrying handle when stove is not in use. Stove pipes, side tubes, legs, tools all fit inside stove for easy transport. Grate folds to provide flat heating surface on top of stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, small items. Burns wood, compressed logs, charcoal or any convenient combustible. Measures: 18″ long × 10 1/4″ wide × 11″ tall. Stands 26 1/2″ with Extension legs.

Product Features

  • Stove can be used in an outfitters tent with a stove pipe 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 air flow regulators and an easy access bottom ash clean-out
  • Top grate is hinged and doubles as a carrying handle when stove is not in use
  • Grate folds to provide flat heating surface on top of stove and can be folded out for drying gloves, socks, small items
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Comments

MtnGuy57 says:

Portable Wood Stove/Cooker I’ve owned this stove for about 3 years and love it. It’s held up well (200 plus burns) keeping me warm on many a cold night and cooked many meals in my 10x10ft portable camping/hunting shelter. With a couple mods. this stove is almost perfect. I would rate it a 5 star, but the paint is garbage, so you’ll be required to burn it off and repaint with hi-temp bbq paint. $7-8 at any hardware store. Wire brush/sand off the burnt paint and touch up if you see any rust and this stove will last a long…

Trev says:

innovative, portable, well built, cheap paint burns off:( Entire chimney I think must be used to get good draw, I had no trouble. I used very damp wood that burnt great. Great design, packs up easy. Ash cleans out with included tool threw the slider coal door easy, very affordable, solid, clean strong welds, and functional. 

Amazon Customer says:

Camping Tent Wood Stove Heater/Cook I did a lot of research before purchasing this stove. It was the best price. I purchased it knowing the draw backs and concerns listed by other customers. The stove was well packaged, arrived in good condition and with all parts as advertised. Some of the problems listed were: paint was not high-heat and needs to be burned off. The air control valves were loose and made it hard to adjust the burn rate (I purchased heavier springs which made the control valves tighter – cost $2.00). The door…

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