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Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove

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Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove
Lynx Axe Can Alcohol Stove
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My attempt at making intense angler's design Axe can alcohol stove.Inspired by http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=93Gq_nxZmXw&feature=g-hist
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