M1950

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  1. IvanN

    IvanN United States Subscriber

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    Here is a unfired M1950 Recently gifted to me by a generous member here. Very nice looking stove,I’ve never been a unfired stove guy, but I’m making an exception with this one. Dated 1972 on the cup.
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  2. Tony Press

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    Very nice.:thumbup:

    Cheers

    Tony
     
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  3. ROBBO55

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    Nice gift. Congratulations :thumbup:
     
  4. The Warrior

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    Nice man. Same here, want to use my stoves.
     
  5. Daryl

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    Nice to have un-fired stove to keep you honest. Here is my a one time decades age new in box NOS stove from Sportsman Guide USA. Used it this week while fishing Eastern Sierras. Back in the day when I bought a new stoves it was because I needed it to cook food. Now we have the option to let it stay un-fired or better yet NIB. Stay safe sunny SoCal
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