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Footed Brazier

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Vulcan,
Sorry…I misunderstood ya, mine is a replica and that is what I cook on when I camp at a primitive rendezvous (French Indian War period), even made jerky and smoked fish on it!

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vulcan75001

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Carl...ya got me on that one...
thought it was an antique you had
..anyway.. thanks for the pics...now I know what it is, and what it looks like...
 

gunslinger

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I also thought it was a real primitive. Neat anyway. I'd love to have one.
 

meowey

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Cool!

Take care, have fun, and do good!

Regards,

Meowey
 

tonto1117

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Very cool Carl, I too have never seen one. At of curiosity, about how much does it weigh, I am quessing it's pretty heavy.
 

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Probably about 15-20 lbs
But you can use it in your tent when it’s raining (leave the flap open of course!) placed on a piece of flat rock.
 

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