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  1. Wall Tent - 10ft x 12ft w/ 5ft side walls - 12oz cotton duck canvas by Sunforger - zippered front door - screen front door - rear screen window - sod cloth around base - stove jack with flap - rope tie-downs every 18" for heavy winds - canvas storage bag - canvas floor included Front Awning - 10ft x 12ft - rope tie-downs every 18" for heavy winds Steel Frame Included - fabricated from 1" EMT - corner pieces zinc plated - frame extends directly through tent front wall for awning - tent can be set up without awning if needed Wood Stove by Cylinder Stoves - Hunter model - 24"L x 14"W x 11"H - includes both 12" and 22" legs - straight nesting stove pipe - stove pipe damper - spark arrestor Asking $3000 but willing to talk... Used, but always cared for properly. Complete setup ready to go for your next hunt. Great for all seasons, elk, deer, etc. Compare to Montana Canvas 10x12 with frame for $2400. This adds a custom awning and stove. Make me an offer.
  2. I have a LiteFighter 1 Individual Shelter - Never Used. Her is the website for more info. https://litefighter.com/product/litefighter-1-individual-shelter-system/ Asking $199 or best offer. I am in Navajo County but come to Phoenix twice per month.
  3. Used two times and very well cared for, this is a great tent for the avid outdoorsman or even an outfitter looking to upgrade. (link to Montana Canvas product: https://montanacanvas.com/product/traditional-10-oz-canvas-wall-tent/). Montana Canvas makes absolutely top of the line equipment. Dimensions: 12' x 14' with a 7'6" zippered door with buckled weather flap, 5" stove jack with flap (stove not included) Details: Comes with canvas tent, metal frame, fly, 12" steel stakes, rope, rope slips (tensions adjusters) and tent storage bag. The floor is sewn in and while this tent has a cutout for a cylinder stove, the stove is not for sale. Also included are metal hangars that attach to the metal frame which can be used for hanging lanterns, etc., or to tie ropes that can be used to hang clothes, dividers, etc. Features sod cloth that is sewn onto the tent ground seam at the bottom of the tent and extends 12" beyond the tent floor to provide a weather-tight seal. Compatible with any terrain and weather condition, the sod cloth can be folded inside or extended outside the assembled tent. All instruction manuals included. Asking $1,500 OBO
  4. mikejr112

    Cold weather tent camping

    Hi all, I am going on my first ever Elk hunt with my wife at the end of the month in 6a. We do not have a trailer so we will be tent camping. I would like to gather some tips and tricks for cold wether camping. Unfortunately I have lost some of my memories of cold weather camping in the boy scouts as a kid in the midwest. Any tips would be helpful to help make our first Elk hunt an enjoyable one! Thanks, -Mike
  5. Physch

    ISO a Canvas Wall tent

    Looking for a lightly used Wall Tent and frame.
  6. azcajun


    Like new Kodiak 10x14 Deluxe Canvas tent with Kodiak ground tarp. Bought it new in May of 2017. Used it twice for three day outings. No rips, tears, or stains. For those that haven’t set one of these up you can have this tent up in less than 20 minutes. Asking $550
  7. mvgreene

    (sold) Kodiak Canvas

    10x10 canvas tent. Used only on 6 or 7 trips. It has been very well taken care of. Never put away wet and after every trip I set it back up cleaned/treated and let dry before storage. Also used a heavy tarp underneath to protect the floor. Zippers are nice heavy duty and all work properly. Nothing wrong with it, it never leaked. Really a great tent that should last a very long time if taken care of. $350 firm. Ps. Photo is online generic. The tent is stored inside my house
  8. Reliable wall Tent Teton model has floor, stove jack, back window, canvas is in great shape one sewn on patch to carry bag,comes with all poles stakes guide lines. New they cost $700 plus shipping and tax asking Also have Buddy propane heater used once basically new asking $80 or $440 for both tent and heater
  9. DrtRoadRody

    XPG dash duo tent

    I have a never used cabelas xpg dash duo backpacking tent for sale. I have used this model tent for 3 years, but I broke a tent pole in my tail gate, sent it to cabelas and they sent me a whole new tent. So with this I have the tent, rain tarp, ground tarp and stakes. It's been a good tent no complaints, made for two people but I used it as a solo. Liked that I have room to bring my gear in. Moved on to a tarp/tipi style shelter so no longer need this sitting around. Asking 130.00/ obo. Located in Gilbert/ Mesa. Have any questions just shoot me a pm. Thanks David
  10. woodwalker77

    Montana Canvas range tent

    This is a Montana Canvas tent I bought at Cabelas a few months ago, I have used it 2 times. It has a sewn in floor, it measures 12x12 at the bottom, it has a zip out section in the floor to put your stove in. Also in the deal is a brand new Alpine Stove, it measure 14x24x11. I have never used the stove. I set it up to make sure all was there but that is all I have done, it's still in the original box. I am asking $700 obo, for it all. Thanks!
  11. PelaPapas

    Using a heater in tent...

    I always see posts or hear of people using small Mr.Heater propane buddy heaters in their tents. I've always wanted to use one in my tent but have always heard of the carbon monoxide building up in the tent. With my wife and kids in the tent with me I never wanted to risk it. I do want them to sleep in comfort though. So is this safe to do? How many of you use buddy heaters in your tents? I have a kodiak canvas tent and wanted to know if canvas is safer than nylon, or does that not matter? Any info is appreciated!
  12. So me and my wife shop at savers because we have 5 kids and hate paying the prices that they charge for kid clothing. The wife was doing her thing and I found a cabelas alaskan guide 6 person tent with aluminum poles for $12.00 omg they run $650 new and this one looks new. I had to put it up in the dark just to make sure it wasn't trashed I always wanted a better tent then a Coleman it was a good day and I will put pictures up tomarrow before I take it down. I just am so excited I had to share with you all. Thanks for reading
  13. EagleEye


  14. n2horns

    SOLD - Cableas sleeping bag

    SOLD SOLD SOLD Cabelas Alaskan Guide sleeping bag Rectangle Long with hood minus 20* 650 down top and termolite extreme bottom 36x90 Clean, non smoking home, 8 out 10. Stored and comes with large cotton sack. $200.00
  15. Str8Shot

    Military Bivy for your hunt?

    Unused Integral Tactical military Bivy. Crysallis model in woodland camo and retails for $250 and up. looking for $150, but will listen to resonable offers. This is the same bivy used in the military. For details here is the link... http://www.integralt...FTOKEN=14238990 The Crysallis bivy has a unique wire-stiffened dome shape over your face which provides for comfortable usage and total protections in foul weather. A rear facing tunnel vent in the hood allows for good air flow and ventilation when the Crysallis is fully zipped up. A continuous zipper with two sliders allows the top fabric to be unzipped and peeled back from the top of the head to waist level on both sides. The top is fully backed by no-see-um netting for a refreshing bug-free sleep on dry evenings. The Crysallis is ideal for trips where you will be sleeping fully stretched out. There are no skyward facing zippers. In wet weather the rain drains off the dome hood, perfect for drizzly conditions. Length: 90" fits to 6' 7" Width: 30" at shoulders tapering to 22" at foot Girth: 74" at shoulders tapering to 52" at foot Weight: 2 lbs 4 oz (1,055g) Packed Size: 14" x 5" diameter Woodland camo with black 200 D floor(1,070g) $250