From a past post , these stoves were determined , well the consensus was, that these are Truner Brass Works stoves made for the military...
That big boat is for Gary's portable drill press and the rest coffee :lol: :) :roll: :D :D
Great score Chicken Thief - looks good. Enjoy your new find. I suppose now the 520 and 530 and M1942 are next
Last picture - oh Yea , that's the ticket
Sparky , sorry to go off like that, wow I need to be taken to the wood shed for a good ole whoopin'.
I shouild have read the whole post...
John, wonderfull stove :lol: :) :mrgreen: , those caps are excellent.
I think maybe also the RSB was invented to help cut down on the...
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First off , SMP M1950 were never made by inmates.
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Never one to disagree with DocMark, BUT I have to say the 550B is very good to excellent in the wind . I have tested it 20F, 15-20mph...
Hi threedots, thanks for all the work !!
Very nice stove and your flame shots are excellent. :lol: :clap: :mrgreen: I suspect your stove...
Threedots , thanks so much for the helpful info. Very interesting . I have not gotten that far yet with this stove. It runs so good now I...
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Uses white gas , will do propane with the proper adapter although , no kero
Got an idea : sell your 530 and buy a 520 :)
Sam , nice stove but your flame could/should be a tad more robust IMHO. Try pumping it up more and if that doesn't help, try cleaning the...
Thanks itchy , yes it sure can , but haven't tried that yet , but defeats the purpose of the RSB kinda' , but good idea !
Listen to Flivver, he's spot on !
Nice stove. I'd used coleman fuel only altough . Especially if you are going to cook with it, modern unleaded is probably not the best route. Do...
A SVEA 5R possibly dating to the mid late '30's .
It may have the #1715B RSB or it may be a #1915 RSB. It's not marked. I painted the trivet black...
Well you know my choice : The M1950 :) Once you get the NRV fettled to new and the on-off "NRV" pip fettled to new , these stoves are...
Ah, the M1950 one of my all time favorites
A 1951 Coleman M1950
And BD's midis work great on them too :)
Just a few pics of the legs as Gary mentioned. They fold up and down thru a meshed gear mechanism and thru pure coincidence the pot...
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