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Folding camp grill FS.

Discussion in 'Makers Market' started by launditch1, Aug 15, 2009.

  1. launditch1

    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Offered here are my folding camp grills that i make.The dimentions are 12in x24in.It stands on 9in legs.There is plenty of space for billy cans and/or fryng pan on the bars and a 'hotplate' area for keeping your mug of tea warm ect..Its possible to fry on it as well.This part is removable and made from Stainless steel.The grill(apart from the plate) is painted in high temp paint for protection.Packed weight is around 3.4kg.Im asking £45 inc p&p for these.Please note they are made to order.Thanks for looking.If you require different size or style please pm me to discuss.:)

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    gsfgaz Bushcrafter (boy, I've got a lot to say!)

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    that looks the business
     
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    As a proud owner of a similar item I can say "awesome" with relaxed ease.
    Nice piece of kit there and a good price.
    GB.
     
  4. launditch1

    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Thanks for the comments.They are supplied with wing nuts to make tightening the legs up easier.
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    Brilliant design there mate :D
     
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    Launditch,

    Something just occured while relooking at the grill, how far apart are the bars? Looks about three inches? if so could mean sizes sausages ( a Bushcraft staple ) maybe fall between the gaps ALA at the underground ( Mind the gap ). HAve you tried faithfull bangers on it? Still looks a nice piece of kit though and I'd be tempted bar owning a grill already.

    GB.
     
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    I think it's intended more for pots / pans / griddles rather than individual sausages.

    You can always shove a stick through your bangers to keep them out of the embers, or use the flat steel plate as a contact grill :)
     
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    British Red M.A.B (Mad About Bushcraft)

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    The bars are 2 1/4" apart and are indeed for frying pans, kettles and billes

    However the grill plate is 11" long by more than 6" wide - you can get a pound of sausages on the grill plate easy :)

    Red
     
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    Too many sausages can lead to rowdy behaviour! [​IMG]

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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Its just a standard design pictured.If you wanted one with the bars closer i could make that.

    Or prehaps yer sausages arent big enough:p

    P.s.Thanks Red and Wallenstein.
     
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    Hiya

    Sorry wasn't having a go, was just getting all the dimensions of the thing in my head. Having fewer bars like that keeps the weight down and allows more heat through. As I'd said in both posts I think it's really nice.

    Cheers
    GB.
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    No need to apologise!I know you wasnt having a go.......

    And i was only joking.Thanks for the comments!
     
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    Hiya Launditch,
    Sorry mate, feeling a little fragile at the moment due to some stuff going on personally, so maybe a little over sensative. Just didn't want to insult you. Have often looked at your fine wares and thought yum!!! Nice looking grill, with fine kicked out legs to allow more fire space and added stability. You do have a feel for metal, slightly jelious there as my family were all blacksmiths, farmers and engineers until a generation ago and I would love to give up my pointless job and go back one.
    Keep up the good work.
    Colin.
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Bumpybumpy!
     
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    pm sent...
     
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    pm sent..................
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    ...and replied!
     
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    My grill has arrived and I'm very pleased with it. Looks a fine piece of work to me. Looking forward to putting it to good use.:) :)
     
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    launditch1 Maker Plus and Trader

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    Im glad you like it.Thank you very much!:D
     
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    p.m sent but would like bars bit closer together if poss


    edit- make it standard Nige! as per p.m. cheers - look forward to it
     

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