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  1. Camp Kitchen
    Anyone have or collect Griswold cast iron ware. I have a couple of pieces and I love to cook with it especially in hunting or fishing camp. One set, 9" skillet with self-basting lid was passed down to me from my maternal grandparents.
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    For all you cast iron lovers -
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    "Let the rhythm pull the trigger, that keeps the mind out of the equation"
  4. Camp Kitchen
    I like cast iron cookware, but usually I'm using it camping or at the deer shack. I've got Coleman propane and white gas stoves but the burners are small enough to cause "hot spots" and scorching at the center. Anybody had experience using cast iron in conjunction with commercially available...
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    I keep reading about having to polish the new cast iron pan. What gives the pan a smooth finish is the build up of the cooking oils used when the pan is seasoned and then used over and over. It's true that some cast iron has a rougher finish than others but it will still fill in with use. In my...
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    I went to a shoot over the weekend and had several inserts pull out. I called the shop and they said they recently switched to insert iron. They used two part in the past. Any ome else losing inserts with this stuff? Lou
  7. Camp Kitchen
    I really like the camp cast iron cook ware I've collected over the years. Griswold and Wagner Ware Now I'm short a really good dutch oven and a deep fry pan some folks call the chicken roaster. I've never had these and want to get one of each that I'd keep for eons. About the only source of...
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    I'm making up some carbons and used Insert Iron to glue in the brass inserts. I wanted to remove the insert to shorten the shaft 1/4 inch so I tried heat to loosen the insert. But it looks like once it's glued, it's glued. Does anyone know a way to remove the insert after having used this glue...
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    Guys forget about your wimpy aluminum risers. Here is the next logical progression. It's a little something I put together last week. Total physical about 5 pounds no need for stabaliser riser length 19" draw weight 43 pounds @ 28" using 40 pound "long" limbs From Todd the archer
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