Help identify this burner.

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  1. Tony Press

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    Thanks in advance:

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  2. snwcmpr

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    I am thinking Dragonfly by MSR.
     
  3. Jesper Värn

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    To me - it looks definately likes it's an MSR burner of some kind. Not being an expert when it comes to them - I would concur: Maybe dragonfly.
     
  4. snwcmpr

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    The only other stoves, other than the Dragonfly, with the 'added' valve was the Firefly, and the Unique/Prototype I posted recently.

    It is a good candidate for the Trangia.
     
  5. teckguy_58

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    Yep it's a Dragonfly.
     
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  7. Tony Press

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    A couple more photos:

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    Cheers

    Tony
     
  8. snwcmpr

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    Rght, maybe just a candidate.

    Ken
     
  9. dwarfnebula

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    As it appears to be missing it’s cross bar, Trangia adaptation may be the easiest way to make use of it.

    The dragonfly is a pretty solid burner. A little bulky, and the pot stand is a bit tall for optimum performance but a strong runner regardless.
     
  10. Tony Press

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    If anyone is interested in this burner, let me know. I’m happy for it to have a new home...

    Cheers

    Tony
     
  11. geeves

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    Convert it into a stainless steel Sigg Tourist set and use it to annoy the neighbors. You need a dragonfly pump but this is a good candidate for early morning coffee after the neighbors had a late night party.