Chinese military stove

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  1. Li Ding

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    picture collect
    Production decade 1960s-now
    not very easy too buy. my teacher has a type68-2 cost 800rmb
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    type50 (8r clone)

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    type70 for Squad


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    type 120 for company


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    this is tape68-2。 i think PLA tibet forces ues this in plateau
     
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  2. threedots New Zealand

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    Hello Li Ding. :smile: :mrgreen:
    Some nice photos of some interesting stoves.
    Can you put up some closer photos of the Type50 and can it be used inside it's container?

    I think the type 68-2 looks like a silent type burner and would burn alot quieter compared to the types 70 & 120. Possibly why it is used by other units/forces.

    Cheers, John
     
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    I think 3dots means can it be used inside its box. An 8r doesnt come completely out of the box.
     
  5. itchy

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    Those are all very interesting. Thanks for posting them.

    The type 50 and the links you posted show something that looks more similar to the Optimus Nova burner (or Hiker+), than the 8R. But maybe it is smaller than I think.

    How available are these stoves to the public?
     
  6. threedots New Zealand

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    :-k I think by looking at the last link provided for the type50, that there is a slot under the burner brackets that allows for the stove to be used as shown inside it's case, but unfolded at the front so that it hooks on the case lip with the support outside.

    The tank looks like it could get very hot though. :shock: Is there a safety heat shield and safety valve? I can't see any.
     
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    i thought exactly the same the type 70 looks like two nova's, but made in the 1960's :shock: and i thought the Chinese copied other countries stuff :-k looks more like optimus copied the Chinese stove
     
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  8. itchy

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    yep -- had not noticed that, more obvious once I enlarged the picture. The burner and folding legs on the 70 do look very familiar. How interesting.

    But which came first? Did Optimus always "manufacture" the Nova/Hiker+ burners in China?
     
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  9. theyellowdog

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    I think Li Ding means the selection of stoves range form the 1960's to now. The ones with the nova type burners must be current stoves and the others date back.

    Great stoves! Thanks for sharing these photos.

    Dan
     
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    Chinese type 68/2 any information about or predecessor ?
     
  11. Tantra

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    1933D4F3-374C-4FE8-9150-E007E2F21E96.jpeg D7BCB21C-3C94-4498-B573-3C5A778BCA8D.jpeg I have a 78-2 type stove,he is 37 kilogram includes package.how to shipping it on my backpack