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    Here's another simple survival/camp stove you can make from common household items.

    It's called a Wood Gasifier Stove.
    How does it work?

    Well, unlike the Rocket Stoves I've built and shown before, a gasifier stove's fuel burns from the top down. The hot gasses from the burning fuel are sucked downward then directed back inside the stove between the inner and outer can where it burns from holes in the top. Once started, this process creates a very hot and virtually smokeless fire.



    Alright, let's build one.




    Here's the materials you'll need.
    Materials:
    • 1x: 40.5 oz 4" diameter can (This will be the main stove body.)
    • 1x: 14.5 oz 3" diameter can (This will be the inner burn can.)
    • 1x: 12.5 oz 4" diameter can (This will be used to make a collar for the top of the stove to set cookware on.)





    Now for the tools you'll need.
    Tools:
    • A can opener
    • Tin snips
    • Round file
    • 3/16" drill bit
    • 3/8" drill bit
    • Power Drill
    • Gloves
    • Stove mortar (Optional)
    • Stove paint (Optional)





    Step 1: Start with the large can. Use the smaller inner can as a template to mark the can top.



     

    Step 2: Use tin snips to punch a large hole in the center, cut out the marked center, and use file to smooth edge.


     
    Step 3: Using the drill and the 3/16" bit to drill a row of holes around the fully open end of the big can. Drill another row above and between the first row of holes. Use the 3/8" drill bit to enlarge the bottom row of holes.

    You're now done with the big can, set it aside.
    Time to start on the inner burn can.

    Step 4: Use the 3/16" drill bit to drill holes around the bottom of the smaller can. Use the same bit to drill holes in the bottom also.


     
    Step 5: Use the 3/16" drill bit to drill a single row of hole around the open end of the smaller burn can.


     
    Step 6: Drop the smaller can into the larger can. The inner can should fit flush to the larger can's top. (If there are gaps you can use stove mortar to seal the rim of the inner can. You will no longer be able to remove it, but it'll be sealed tight.)

    That's it for the stove, now let's make the top collar.

    Step 7: Using the remaining can drill a row of holes around it using the 3/16" drill bit, then enlarge the holes with the 3/8" bit.
     
    Step 8: Remove the can bottom.


     
    Step 9: Use the tin snips to remove a two hole section of the collar.



    Step 10: Place the collar on top of the stove and you're done! (Optional) Paint your stove with high heat paint.




    Time for a test burn.

    Make sure you set the stove on a flat, non-flammable surface.
    Gather some tinder and some pencil sized sticks.
    Load the sticks into the stove and put the tinder on top, then light. As the sticks burn down you'll see that the top holes on the inside of the can ignite the gasses and burn steady.


    This stove will boil a pot of water very quickly. Add the collar on top and give it a try.
    The opening in the collar will allow you to add more fuel as you're using it.
    Obviously, this stove can become very hot on the outside, so don't attempt to touch or move it while in operation.
    Larger and smaller versions of this stove can be made, just find the right sized steel cans.

    This was a fun build, and I'm glad I get to share it with everyone.
    I hope you enjoyed this tutorial. Leave a comment if you have any questions or suggestions, I'd love to hear from you.
    Thanks for reading. Until next time. - Sasquatch

    Stay tuned for more GunNook do it yourself survival projects.

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      Loving these articles, can't wait for more :)
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