I thought about doing it but all in all it probably is not a good idea, let me tell you why, so, you put an igniter kit for a gas grill on your oven and it works great! YOU have it mounted on the front of the stove and it is one of those nice push in types like on my expensive infrared grill.
Now, YOU are asked by the DW to light the oven and get it ready for pizza.
It lights no problem and you a proud mod specialist!
Fast forward to 4 camping trips later and you are out on the fishing boat and the DW and very well behaved children are hungry for pizza again, so having taken lessons AND watching you light the oven they are holding the pilot valve open for a long time and then hitting the igniter-oops wrong order and boom goes the oven door open.
If you look at a conventional oven igniter regulator valve set up they are pretty complex with a glow rod and safety valves built in, so having to have the door open, getting down there and SEEING if the oven lights and THEN closing the door is probably the best solution.
For me I consider this just one of those hardships I must endure in this great adventure called Glamping, I will be on my knees this weekend lighting the oven for my famous chicken nachos.
I will have to have a couple of craft beers to numb the pain of lowering myself with a fire stick but I will hopefully recover safely eating my kill!
Just my opinion
however --- I still want some type of oven igniter, I just want a safer one than what I can come up with myself.
2016 Shamrock 23WS