Steve and Texas
Yes, the tent has a liner that is removable if someone is using it in warmer weather.
It has the stove pipe hole already in them plus two vents.
I use the military pot stove and it has a coal grate in it. I use the "Chennel" small lump soft coal in it and it will last all night when I bank it down. I take five five gallen buckets of it with us and bring back 1 or 2 still full and the fire NEVER goes out the entire trip.
I bought the tent at "Bobs Army Navy Store" in Clearfield, PA. It was brand new in the original wrapping from the government.
The tent is octigen shape and is 16 feet across. It does have a center pole and one person "can" set it up. Waterproof and fire resistant. Weighs 100# without the telescoping center pole and stakes. Is 9' tall in the center.
A VERY warm, comfortable and usable tent.
They made them in two sizes, 13" across and 16" across. I had the 13' foot one and sold it to buy the 16 footer.
[ 09-04-2003: Message edited by: Darryl Cassel ]