M Selecting a Canister Stove for Cold Weather Backpacking
Part II: Commercially Available Canister Stove Systems
by Roger Caffin
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Following on from Part I where cold weather stove types and fuels were analysed, Backpacking Light Cooking Systems Editor, Roger Caffin, provides a survey of available butane/propane stoves and canisters suitable for cold weather backpacking. There are quite a few options which really do work, and some user modifications that can enhance many of them.
- Gas Feed (Canister) Stoves
- Liquid Feed Stoves: Part I
- Liquid Feed Stoves: Part II
- Brands of Fuel
- Safety: Lighting Up
- Canister Mounting Methods
- Wire Frame
- Box Frame
- Titanium Pegs
- Straight Legs
- Folding Legs
- Commercial Developments
- Operation in the Snow - Experiences
- TABLE: Weights of Remote Canister Stove Systems
# PHOTOS: 21
# TABLES: 1
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