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Old 06-28-2014   #11
Redmond, Oregon
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Originally Posted by okieboater View Post
Years ago, we were on a river trip (the designer Steve was along) ......
Well with the last three responses I'm once again appreciative of this site.

Cheaper source for the troops and good evaluations.
Particularly development perspective.



All nine reviewers gave it 5 stars.
River runners included.

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Old 06-28-2014   #12
Jenks, Oklahoma
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BilloutWest, that is a good price for this unit.

In fact, best I have seen.

Steve makes these units in Wichita and this thing is about as American as it gets.

With the price of metal what it is and is going up, consider this unit as an investment!

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Old 06-28-2014   #13
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I have been using mine for 3 years, works great. I keep my firepan in a rocket box along with a folding shovel, ash can, fire blanket, tongs and fire gloves. This slides right in with it. Makes for a perfect grab and go fire setup.
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Old 06-28-2014   #14
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I love mine. Works great and fits nicely in a 20mm ammo can with other Dutch oven, fire gear. High quality construction.
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Old 06-28-2014   #15
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Love mine. Packs away nicely.
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Old 06-28-2014   #16
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I have one (Sandbar Mfg, Flatfire) and have used it many times over the past year, mostly over a propane burner. Awesome, faster than the usual round chimney. Hope to use it as much and for as many years as Okeboater.

Given that it takes up almost no space, can't see a down side. Cost? It is bomber. We spend lots of $ on gear, $60 for something that will last 20 years for 100's of uses? No, I'm not a stockholder nor family of SandBar, just a fan.

They come to our Arkansas Canoe Club event every year and help us out.

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