- Jan 18, 2017 at 5:04 pm #3445890
David ThomasBPL Member
@davidinkenaiLocale: North Woods. Far North.
You too can beat on and bend a piece of bare copper wire in the famed and very successful “Moulder Strip” and use your canister stove down below -20F/-30F. It went gangbusters for me at -21F. See my post on making it under Gear, Make Your Own Gear. I used 7 inches for a 110-gram canister and a BRS-3000T stove. You’d need a half inch more for a 220-gram canister. And each or two less if you don’t need it to go to such cold temps. And only 4 to 4.5 inches if you are only using it for the upright portion and soldering it on to a penny or strip of copper.
The usual deal:
Email or PM me with your snail mail address. Tell me how much you want (and what lengths – this stuff is stiff, so it is easier for you and for me if I send you two 8-inch pieces versus one 16-inch length). No need to pay for postage. Be nice to someone else in the future, somehow.
Send your patent-royality payments to BobM.Jan 18, 2017 at 6:15 pm #3445908
@rcaffinLocale: Wollemi & Kosciusko NPs, Europe
Thank you David!
CheersJan 18, 2017 at 8:15 pm #3445952
David GardnerBPL Member
@gearmakerLocale: Northern California
Awesome. PM sent. Raided my pantry and gave two shopping bags of food to the local homeless shelter to pay it forward.
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