John Arizona: Use a Co2 detector plus smoke ands fire!
Bill23799: Thanks for the great Army Training video. Reminded me of rainy day in Germany when i would take my platoon to the MOS library and watch training films. And the EW they had doing the demonstration was outstanding. She deserves a 4 day pass.
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!
ZS6JMP: California. Just another fascist gestapo state.
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!
Don May: why do people live in that communist state for
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
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.
Patrick O'Rourke: Insulate your garage door.
hitmanhite: The Cali tree huggers are definitely going to catch ya.
saltyseascott: That was great wish I had one.
etihWeisoJ: Thanks for the useful ideas. It's helpful to hear details. Thx
otto second: how often should you clean the stove pipes?
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.