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Discussion in 'General EDC Discussion' started by Thukydides, Jan 29, 2017.

  1. Thukydides

    Thukydides Loaded Pockets

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    I like it. But I prefer billy cans. It comes with a sort of frying pan/plate. Just use one of those handle grips. But I also use an old frying pan sometimes

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    I thought it could be a bit tricky to screw out the handle and than back in in the woods. What kind of billy can are you using?
     
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    Nothing beats a vintage Griswold or WagnerWare #3 cast iron skillet for a small personal outdoor skillet. You can cook (fry or bake)most anything in them on a stove, grill, or on the fire, and the old pans are made nice and thin, light and smooth. They cook so nice, and the old smoothly polished pans are super easy clean up too. 6 1/2in top diameter, 5 1/4in bottom diameter, and 1 1/4in deep. Can readily be found at flea markets in the $20 range. Even if they are found rusty, they clean up like brand new with a little elbow grease. Of course you can get them in a variety of sizes, but the #3 is a nice single person camp size. A #6 might be a good compromise size for a couple. The WagnerWare pan pictured dates between 1922-24. The Griswold between 1931-39. Both are as functional today as the day they were first made. [​IMG]

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