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    Default Pellet stoves

    I just bought a pellet stove for my tent and am not sure how they work. I have the Cabelas big horn 3 tent. Anyone who can help me out and let me know what to expect would be helpful.
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    Are you talking wood pellets?
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    Quote Originally Posted by martentrapper View Post
    Are you talking wood pellets?
    I am assuming that it is wood pellets, like the ones u burn in your house.
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    I know this is an old thread, but we've started looking at pellet stoves for our tent. How do you like yours? Did you purchase it out of state?


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    wouldn't moose pellets be more available out camping??



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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeepalaska View Post
    I know this is an old thread, but we've started looking at pellet stoves for our tent.
    How do you use a pellet stove at camp, for a tent? All the ones I am familiar with need electricity.
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    There is a nonelectric version. There was a thread awhile back in the Cabin forum.

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    It's just a tent stove with a gravity fed hopper attached to the rear. That way you have heat all night. We can find them online, but not up here. Thanks polardds, I will search in the Cabin forum.


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    Here's one. I haven't used them. Like the concept.

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