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Aldi - Twig stove?

smc

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That reminds me I have one that I made many a year ago, totally forgotten about it.

... checks shed, yes it is still there ...

I should take it out for a play, on my next hike/camp.

... looks at calendar, weather forecast and a cunning plan is forming ...
 

38thfoot

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On the previous version of the forum there was a young northern Irish lad who suggested filling tins with water and freezing them so they could be drilled without denting/crushing them. Not tried it personally but seems a sound plan.

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Joecole

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On the previous version of the forum there was a young northern Irish lad who suggested filling tins with water and freezing them so they could be drilled without denting/crushing them. Not tried it personally but seems a sound plan.

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Yep that would work
 

Joecole

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and mine lol, just used my angle grinder to cut a 3x3 inch hole about an inch from the bottom as a feed hole and it was ready to go
 

1 shot willie

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Well that looks darn tootin Paul........nice stove. :thumbsup:
Burning well too :)
Will offer a nice wee fire under the tarp as well mate:thumbsup:

Good job!!
 
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