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my first rocket stove

 
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Hey guys heres my first rocket stove I built last year. Im working on a big one that can feed the whole family and ill make a video on it as well when im done. Heres the youtube link for the little stove please comment on it and let me know what you guys think.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aki1IsFlSpw&feature=youtube_gdata_player
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That's a nice touch with the wrench for the handle. Just be careful when it gets hot. It could be just like the India Jones movie where the German grabbed the hot medallion and got the secret imprint.

Yet, then it might be an awesome story. You can tell your buddies, 'Hey! This is the secret tool to solving all the worlds problems!'
 
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I'm just teasing...

The handle that far from the grill is unlikely to get warm.
 
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That would be funny to have "made in usa" burned in my hand lol.
 
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Totally, it would have the double meaning. Quite the conversation starter.
 
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