Have a look at this very informative post by Ian.
A well-working coil burner always gives a great flame.
I have a single Villiers. Yours looks good!
I have successfully used paraffin that is 30 years old - Esso Blue.
The Primus No.2 is one of my favourite stoves. I use one with my Coleman Oven.
This what we all like to see - lots and lots and lots of photos!
This year I escaped before I could be nerfed.
The cast iron Primus trivet is a real bonus.
Currently a non-branded No.3 trivet from Base Camp costs £37.95 ($48).
Have you thought of getting a suitable sized frying pan lid and cutting a hole in the centre to allow the chimney to go through?
Your vessel will...
I like that list!
I got back from Newark this evening.
The weather was great and there were many 'old' faces and lots of new faces.
I did not see everyone. I spent...
Just as Arch has said, the bottom of the pump tube is immersed in the fuel. If the non-return valve fails, fuel gushes out of the pumnp and will...
That is a fine 210 stove.
The 210 is one of my most favourite stoves.
Yours has the small cast iron trivet which is very rare.
I will see you Saturday morning.
Ben, that is a fantastic oven.
The clean asbestos suggests that it has never been used.
What are you going to do about the asbestos?
Ian, whenever I see you with a dead stove I recall the story of Lazarus.
You will find lots of Gaz stoves here.
A change in my news. I will be at Newark on Saturday morning.
My choice of oil for nearly 50 years has been 3-in-1 oil.
Vegemite is the poor relation to Marmite.
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