Survival Living 4Patriots Starfire Camp Stove Review

Survival Living 4Patriots Starfire Camp Stove Review

Survival Living 4Patriots Starfire Camp Stove Review. This has got to be one of the simplest and easy stove. Best for all backpacking.

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24 thoughts on “Survival Living 4Patriots Starfire Camp Stove Review

  1. Man you have a top channel, really deserves more subscribers, total wealth of Info and practical advise and reviews.

  2. OK I know I need to practice with my Ferro rod. Never used it. 😳but I would love to see a video and close-up of different ways to start fire out in the wilderness. Even though I hope I’m never in the wilderness. Ha ha. Right before you mentioned the Bears I was thinking oh my God I would have so many bears just sitting there watching . Up in the north Georgia mountains where the bears and coyotes are plentiful and usually in my front yard.

  3. Great presentation! I like the stove. I have something similar that uses twigs. Actually, I have used cut pieces of card board, before. Lol

  4. Hello great show as always I just got out of yt jail AGAIN ❀️ I look forward to your wisdom. I learn something new every show. Ty@ CFP

  5. Awesome Video CFP!! Appreciate all your knowledge and info!! Beautiful campsite!!πŸ˜ŽπŸ€—πŸ‘ŠπŸ€˜

  6. I have a similar twig stove but it’s 4 sided and loads from the side. I haven’t actually used it yet but this might be the kick in the pants that gets me to fashion up a hefty breakfast on it. Big fan of the one pan outdoor omelette. I have the feeling your type of stove will make a hotter flame than mine will.

  7. Great information CFP, appreciate it. Awesome cinematography, great quality πŸ‘ Hope y’all are well

  8. I have a Kelly Kettle and love it! And, I made something similar to this stove. I wish I saw this before I made one, it was hard! But….this is a great little stove…β™₯️

  9. I use a folding stove, that works on the same principle, but if folds up when not in use and takes up next to no room, ideal for back packing / hiking. They can also use dried animal poop or pine cones

  10. Always learning something new. I have a JetBoil, but if I can’t get fuel, pretty useless. Adding this stove on my list of must haves. Thank you for the information. 🌼

  11. Cook all the time close to my camp, normally do not leave food out, only time I ever had problem with bears, was when in Yosemite and Kings Canyon National Parks. Did have a young Sasquatch come in my camp and ate some leftover spam I was saving for breakfast, he poked it with a stick a few times before eating most of it. He did leave one piece with the holes poked in it.

  12. Great review buddy. I have a similar design twig burner. Modified it a bit to use hexamine as well. Dual fuel.
    Noted too, lid on water pot. The water boils faster, shorter time saving on heating fuel.
    Never been a big fan of gas canisters, as you said, weight , and limited heating fuel. The empty ones take with you, space in back pack more useful with out them.
    Cheers buddy.
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  13. Glad that bracelet is still working good for ya πŸ‘β€οΈ

    Great video man, sending out that care package soon!

  14. I know you probably been asked before. But what is the pack you are carrying on your side and where could it be purchased?

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