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GPL cannisters

3:08 p.m. on March 21, 2003 (EST)
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a.k.a. Willis Weatherford iv

I need info on the GPL gas cannisters. Are they easily acessible/ not expensieve? I am looking to buy the Primus Classic Yellowstone Trail, and it burns this. Info on the stove or cannister will be appreciated. Thanks a million.

10:13 a.m. on March 23, 2003 (EST)
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I use the Yellowstone Light, basically the same stove (same canisters). I've had not problems down to ~10 F. In winter, I warm the canister with a chemical hand warmer. As far as finding the canisters, I usually just do a bit of research before a trip, and have had no issues finding them. REI carries them, and EMS, Hilton's, Kittery Trading Post, etc all carry them in the Northeast. The MSR canisters also fit with no issues (though the Primus seem to burn a bit beter in the cold) SherpaK

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