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    I do have a extra laying around.
    Have you gotten try that stove out yet LDcakes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eagleJ View Post
    I do have a extra laying around.
    Have you gotten try that stove out yet LDcakes.
    Yes I have, And thank you again for your generosity! I actually put charcoal in it to grill steaks! I think I may take it to the Cranberry Wilderness for the Winter Camping Warm Up Hang next week.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poppabear View Post
    Here's a a link to Gargoyles stove (the gar-griller). http://gargoylegear.webs.com/apps/we...s/show/1610046
    Thank you for the link Poppabear. I did purchase one from him.

    Thank you everyone for the help
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    Stove arrived yesterday. Now to get some wood burning time in to see how this little gem works. Thanks Gargoyle Side note: I stood next to the large stone Gargoyles on top of Notre Dame is Paris, France. They are huge and awesome.
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    Feedback on the Gar-Griller & other options would be great. Been looking at multi fuel flatpack stoves with interest.

    Chose not to invest in the Honey Stove, seemed to bend to easy with heat & a bit flimsy all round....correct me if I'm wrong

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    I use the G stove canoeing a lot. It is great, versatile, strong. I even sat a dutch oven on it. Packs nice and flat. Grill, boil, simmer, or just have a nice little campfire when solo, it has been my go to wood stove.
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    Love my Gargriller. Here is a follow up review and the original review . Would highly recommend this stove.
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    i use both the gargriller and the emberilt ul. they perform similarily, the emberlit having a smaller fuel port, while the gargriller can burn really thick wood and so needs a bit less attention. it also comes with the grill, that i really like. otoh the emberlit is lighter and slightly smaller.

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