NRS The Fire Pan


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Sale price$275.95

Description

A fire is a natural evening gathering place. The Fire Pan gives you a 15" x 24" firebox that's elevated to protect the ground. The grill will cook your food and support pots and pans. The 3" depth meets government regulation specs.

All parts fit inside the pan, and with the optional aluminum cover and a strap, the whole unit stores and packs easily. Use 4 HD straps to secure the lid. Straps and cover sold separately. Remember to bring a sturdy ash container (like an ammo can). You can buy a replacement or extra grill if needed.

Read the CKS Online Blog: Fire up that Fire Pan!

Comes with Grill, Pan, & Legs, Color of legs may vary!

  • Size: 24"L x 15"W x 22"H
  • Weight: 28 lbs.
  • Bottom of Pan is 16 Gauge Steel
  • Sides of Pan are 12 Gauge Steel
  • Comes with Grill, Pan, & Legs
  • Meets USFS Regulations
  • Cover, Straps, and Extra Grill sold separately

We want to ensure that you are getting the best gear, with the best service, at the best price!

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