Greetings, All, Back in 2006, I bid on, and won an interesting MSR stove, which came with lots of goodies, and an MSR bag I'd never seen before. After perusing the recently posted MSR 1981 catalog, and seeing a very recent post in which our own @snwcmpr , asked about this, I decided it was past time for me to share this specific stove and bag here. Both stove, and bag can be seen in the 1981 MSR catalog, and as that was close to the date I'd ascribed to this setup, I'll go ahead and date it accordingly. So, without further ado, here are the bag, the stove, and the goodies. MSR Deluxe Stuffle Bag. Easy to strap to a pack, if desired. End shot. Here an excerpt from a post I made, back when I first got this stuff, which lists all the goodies inside the bag. Note that the Bull Dog Brand pot lifter now resides in a actual Bull Dog pot set! "Well, that MSR stove from Florida arrived today, and I'm VERY happy with it!!! Turns out, it's not an X-GK, but rather it's immediate predecessor, the G-K!! This stove also came with it's original MSR zippered stove bag, a type of which I've never seen before; it's aluminum cover/cup, windscreen, heat reflector, priming bottle, tool, cleaning pin, surge filter, extra jet for Kerosene, as well as the installed one for Gasoline/White gas. Additionally, it had two stainless steel Sierra cups, a "Bulldog Brand" pot grabber, an aluminum funnel, a Sigg fuel bottle, with the original MSR instructions stuck on it, and of course, it's original yellow plastic pump!!! Friends, this was a sweet as hell find, and for more reasons than just the fine stove and all it's goodies! The other outstanding reason is that this stove has it's extra jet!!" Opening the zipper reveals part of the contents. inside the divider pocket, you can store the windscreens, parts bag, cleaning pins, meths bottle, etc., easily. Fun, and very interesting MSR label for their "Stuffle Bag". And, here is the stove, etc.. And, all this was had for a very, very..... VERY great price!! I can't believe that nobody else tried to go for this one. And, here's a shot of the single photo contained in the listing. As you can see, I was VERY interested in the contents of the parts bag, and was delighted to find that they were just what I had hoped they would be!! If you have not already perused the excellent MSR 1981 catalog posted by @Giri , please give it a squint here: https://classiccampstoves.com/threads/msr-catalogue-1981.41740/ You will see the 1981 GK is the same as my stove, at the top of the page, and if you scroll down to the bottom, left hand, you will see a photo of the MSR Deluxe Stuffle Bag. Same color as mine, if memory serves. Thanks for taking a look at these goodies, and God Bless! Every Good Wish, Doc PS - I note, after checking it out this morning, that I rebuilt the yellow pump, back in 2006, BUT, I used the first type of hose that later showed itself NOT to be fuel resistant!! So, I'll now go back, and change out that hose for what I'm using now, which is very nicely fuel resistant!! Glad to have noticed this, for sure!!