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Old 02-04-2012, 04:52 PM   #11
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I bought the insert several years ago on sale at "The Sportsmans Guide" http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/Main.aspx? Where I have also bought some tents and sleeping bags over the years. The bricks for the fire pit came from Lowe`s. There is also a cooking grill that goes with the insert.
Sportsman doesn't seem to have it any longer... or else I couldn't find it. Does your's look something like this?

http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Attached-...395711&sr=8-15

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Old 02-04-2012, 05:01 PM   #12
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Sportsman doesn't seem to have it any longer... or else I couldn't find it. Does your's look something like this?

http://www.amazon.com/Fire-Attached-...395711&sr=8-15

No, that`s not the one. On mine the grill is on a pipe that goes into a larger pipe in the insert. It will swing off or on top of the fire and can be lowered or raised with a thumbscrew. I guess they discontinued it. I think it was around 100.00 and I got it for 60.00
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Thanks, Lee... that was the closest thing I could find to how it looked in the photo. I like how your fire pit is. Looks solid and the bricks look good.
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Old 02-04-2012, 05:19 PM   #14
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Yeah we have backyard fires, Scouts learn to build fires there, and instead of a paper shredder which is time consuming............... I just burn all my unwanted but not trash disposable papers.
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Nice looking fire pit. You done good.
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Yeah - same question.....I have been wanting to make a nice fire ring...thinking of fabricating a metal ring - but I like the added bricks.
Since Sportsmans didn't seem to carry Crabman's any longer, I found this site that might give you some options:

http://www.jamestownadvanced.com/Pro...FahgTAod5Esg5Q
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I found an old Amazon link with this picture of the fire ring


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I found an old Amazon link with this picture of the fire ring
Cool, thanks Lee
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I like the fire ring and may have to try that idea out
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I did find that same fire ring at Home Depot for $79. Comes with a swing-away grill. Of course, once DW started looking, she opted for a different one but the compromise is quite nice too. Made our first backyard fire last night and it just made me want to go camping!
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