John Bias: I remember slogging 10 miles through the snow to a range with about an
hours sleep in 24 hours to go to Instructional sessions like that. Then the
Drill Sargents wonder why you fall asleep.
82raptor: I do not need one but I want one! As for heating a house or shop this
would be useless BUT for camping use this would be GREAT!
John Arizona: Oh man that is sweet! Get a Co2 + fire detector if you don't have one. I
lost neighbors one year (God rest their souls) as they evidentially didn't
have a single working one in their home. Co2 detection is not just for gas
heat users. God bless bro!
ZS6JMP: California. Just another fascist gestapo state.
nzinga zindua: I am converting my single car garage into a living space. You think your
size stove will heat up my garage? Great vid.
Carbide Jones: If I had that chick camping with me, I would not need the heater
etihWeisoJ: Thanks for the useful ideas. It's helpful to hear details. Thx
Patrick O'Rourke: Insulate your garage door.
nzinga zindua: I would love to use this in my un insulated garage, where I plan on living
in next winter. Price is great. Thanks for posting. How many square
footage will it warm? I only have a one car garage.
Don May: why do people live in that communist state for
3DPDK: @ michael Veldman, do a search for "army diesel tent heater". as of
December 22, 2013, this particular model is still available among quite a
few other models, both military and non-military. This one now is selling
for $202 US on eBay
hitmanhite: The Cali tree huggers are definitely going to catch ya.
otto second: how often should you clean the stove pipes?
saltyseascott: That was great wish I had one.
Ken Gunter: I used the older version of the Yukon stove in Korea in 1977-1980. We used
Gasoline ,as diesel froze at -30 below, and if you don't try to relight
while hot, we didn't have any problems. Nice to have hot water for coffee
in the morning, and we used it to heat the old c-rations!
yakyakyak69: Cool (I mean hot), thanks for sharing.
bob fulltin: WARM SLEEPING BAG ALL NIGHT: Fill an insulated cooler with bottles of hot
water, at bedtime put 2 bottles in bag to pre-heat the bag, replace hot
bottles as needed through the night. This allows you to keep the Mr. Buddy
heater off during the entire night. In A.M. turn heater on before getting
out of bag. Experiment with how many bottles you will need. / ALSO -
consider a zippo pocket heater - warms 12 hours for in your sleeping
Gianfranco Fronzi: NOW THIS IS THE WAY I LIKE TO GET MY FACTS , ALL YOUTUBE GADGET VIDEO
MAKERS FOLLOW THIS ARMY PRESENTATION AND YOU'D SAVE US A LOT OF PRECIOUS
TIME , THANKS . GIANFRANCO FRONZI. MAY / 18 12
GUERRILLACOMM: You could try a military surplus store, or, EBAY. they are expensive
though. There are two kinds of plasic gerry cans, one for water the other
for fuel. good luck. I use a small canister I rigged up to supply the fuel.
GUERRILLACOMM: I got mine on EBAY for about $120 U.S. brand new in original packing. I do
not know where in Canada they will sell at. I would look in military
surplus stores but this stove is rare to find these days. Good luck on your
Michael Lawson: My condolences on living in California. A beautiful state with great land,
but ruined by overpopulation, and the accompanying over regulation. Here in
the Appalachian mountains of Tennessee, I can do pretty much anything I
want on my mountain property. I have a small Jotul wood burner in my cabin,
and I am comfortable at -10.
Robby O: I have one for sale. It's still in the box and has never been used.
michael Veldman: Do you still have this for sale?
Yury Butakov: Я куплю эту вещь.Где и как это возможно?Спасибо за информацию!
GUERRILLACOMM: Not specifically made for this equipment, what you see is what you get.
What I did was use some of the sections that tapered down to 8 or 6 inches
(I forget), then transitioned to double walled pipe section you can get at
your local hardware type stores. So, far no carbon dioxide leaks or smoke
in my garage going this route. Warning, probably not to building code, but
its my backup temp survival setup in case I really need it.
websuspect: Can I use gasoline in it?
InTheSticks0001: @InTheSticks0001 Already have the M1941, a potbelly, and believe it would
last much longer than either the M1950 or this one featured. for durability
it would be the M1941 (18x18x18, 55# with all tools and pipe does not fit
inside of stove), for portability, the M1950 about 28#?
GUERRILLACOMM: Yes, I purchased mine brand new on EBAY.
Rebel Justice: Obviously fuel operation is not off-grid, nor is it even wise for those on
a budget. But the option to burn kindling and coal is great.
Jeff Hays: If your tent has a liner it would be warmer, but when you are at -30, ten
above feels like a slice of heaven! Done many a night with this stove and
GUERRILLACOMM: The full name is the Hunter (space Heater Artic), hope that helps.
shane keown: Where can i get one in Ontario Canada?? and do you know the cost?? Thank
Jeff Hays: Scour the DLA or DRMO auction websites, most installations around the
country have these for cheap.
Cam: I've used that heater in -30 here in alaska. It keeps your tent just warm
enough so you don't see your breath. Other than that they are a gigantic
pain in the ass. But it's better than nothing.
GUERRILLACOMM: @InTheSticks0001 I have both and fired them up with scrap wood. the yukon I
would say is the better all round stove in this class. you could burn gas,
longer pieces of wood and it boils water quickly. The SHA does not boil the
same amount of water and does gas is not recommended. I like the SHA for
space heating and conserving fuels in my workspace and use the Yukon for
GUERRILLACOMM: I clean it once a season, my install is not to code, so I inspect more
often as a precaution. I use a 4 inch chimney sweep with some fiberglass
extension poles, thay have them in your big box hardware store.
GotPrepInMyStep: @_@ right...
903lew: Cool stove! Might wanna do some roof insulation aswell, otherwise you'll
need a lot of wood.
ZombieTex1: Does anyone else think it's funny that of everyone available to demo this
stove ... they picked a WOMAN to do so? I guess it's more believable that a
woman was working with the stove. :) It's a joke people, you know it's
funny! Don't give me crap.
Matthew Bradbury: oh yeah, does it really weigh 50lbs. It just doesnt look that heavy
TheGearBarrel: how many BTUs does it put out. I read somewhere that it was 15,000-20,000
if that is true the Yukon 1950 gives out 3-4 times more. Thanks for your
informative vids and your THOROUGH response this past week about AM & FM
radios!!!!! You are a real resource!!!
GUERRILLACOMM: Unfortunatly, no. they give a strick waorning and disclaimerabout using
The Political Terrorist: Coal works good to get threw the night
dinnerandashow: Grinding a Bike at Autorama ------->
mmstudios95: I cant seam to find one on ebay what is it called thank you
Tore-Jan Gjerpe: Is it possible to buy this oven on the Internet ?
cpalmist: Very nice vid, especially since you took the time to seek out and edit the
Army training file. Most excellent and appreciated!
26flash26: Looks very cool would like to see it in operation
thedragonsmith1: There's a guy in a near by town, who's selling these for $150. I may buy a
few. They seem really good.
thom carroll: look at antiques/barn stores where they sell old knicknacks and junk up
here in maine u can find them everywhere most times under 100.