DIY Video : How to build an Ammo Can Double Burner Rocket Stove from scratch . Step by step Build Video Instructions

    This video shows the step by step build of a Double Burner Rocket Stove made from an Old Ammo Can.The can is around 19″ x 10″ x 10″, I use vermiculite as insulation, some use sand instead but I like vermic as it is fairly light.If you remove some of the insulation and it’ll be a mini barrel stove for heating too.Here i use a Black and Decker Scorpion saw to cut the pipes and just a cheap bi-metal hole saw to do the holes. I’ve cooked a full steak dinner in the woods on it and it worked great.

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