I like the idea of using a socket to reinforce the slot. :thumbup:
John, nice work on the clip and I like those pliers. Another tool I need :-k
Appears to be a military stove, Posably an earlier version of the M2A ?
It's interesting that your stove has no stamped markings but has the bare metal pump handle (no heat insulation washers) :-k
Welcome to CCS @Adam Pitcher
I agree with Sedgeman, it's a model 11. But I'm no help dating the stove.
A generic 2 pint flame ring and other...
I'm sure this post will be a useful future reference for others :thumbup:
Iain, it looks good with a clean and new paint. :thumbup:
Larry, another thread on priming.
Visible Primer Flame?
@Zorki In This post you will see what the two inner cones look like.
Lane's Thermil Stoves
A lucky find indeed. Congratulations :thumbup:
Thanks Iain, that's in keeping with a proper collapsible stove.
G'day Iain, Is the thread on the Travel Cap 13mm diameter?
Will you add a photo of the riser below the spirit cup? It's not clear if it is the...
Welcome to CCS @Stam
Welcome to CCS @Keri Andrews
1. Primus bottles have a self sealing valve. When you unscrew the lantern it should automatically shut off the flow...
It's always nice to know the age of a stove in the reference.
Looks good and working as it should.
A good reliable user stove, Daryl :thumbup:
Is there a date stamped on the stove?
Welcome to CCS @stuart hudson
There a great stove and you have cleaned it up nicely :thumbup:
Your dating is correct, 3rd quarter of 1939.
A homemade NRV tool isn't that hard to make. I use 1/2" to 5/8" bolts.
The slot is 5mm wide by 5mm deep.
Use the search vacility and...
Welcome to CCS @sine mora
It's still working well. :thumbup:
That's different! :-k
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