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    This is mine. We just finished a antelope hunt. We got back to a friends cabin and found out there was no propane to cook up any grub so out came the Jetboil.
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    i love my jet boil!! works sweat!! so quick to heat up a cup of coffee when you are cold and tired!

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    Jetboil Sol TI . Great stove.

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    I'm w/CoHiCntry...still using my Pocket Rocket. Works like a charm every time!

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    Those of you who have used the JB Zip, what did you think?? I want some detail here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ikeepitcold View Post


    This is mine. We just finished a antelope hunt. We got back to a friends cabin and found out there was no propane to cook up any grub so out came the Jetboil.
    Little early for an antelope hunt.......just say'n !!!!

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    Call me cheap but I hate to spend $70 plus for a stove. So i just make my own.Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by alaska2go View Post
    Call me cheap but I hate to spend $70 plus for a stove. So i just make my own.Click image for larger version. 

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    i have do a couple trips with a popcan but how do you get it to burn without a stand....i also just got a jetboil

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    Didn't have the cash for a jetboil a few years back and bought a pocketrocket. Absolutely love the thing! Can't beat the price and compact size. Never fails to impress.

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    A pocket rocket and titanium cup is all you need! Cheap and effective!

 

 

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