Hi all, Venturing beyond the usual 1 pint camp stoves last night, I spotted this fixed leg stove: I was intrigued by the obviously incomplete burner top and had a good look on CCS to find another. Am I right in thinking it is a Zora burner? I did enquire whether he had any loose parts like a plate or burner caps, but sadly not. I looked through the reference gallery and it does look very similar to the Zora - the sharply angled top and the three cut outs suggest that. I shall have to wait until it arrives to see whether or not the burner is stamped with a name. Examples in the gallery all seemed to be pack away style stoves with small founts, whereas this has fixed legs and looks to me more like a 2 pinter - images can be deceptive, though. The filler cap and air screw look "older" as well. Am I correct in thinking that the Zora burner should have both kinds of fittings, for silent or roarer operation? The seller said there were no markings on it (tbc), but the only ones in the gallery seem to be Parasene (Berlyn) models. I know that Berlyn produced stoves that were given other brand names (2 Tigers, Plumbob etc) so it might have been something badge engineered, I suppose. The seller, who was clearing his father's goods, told me of another stove, which looked very Parasene, a collapsible model with the very flat pressed out pot stand and a silent burner. I didn't feel tempted by that one but it did indicate to me that this one might also have Parasene connections. Can anyone give me info on the Zora, like when it was made (ish) and whether its use was limited to Parasene? It would be great to have some idea of the size of the burner plate as well, as I shall have a go at making one. Do the standard (no.5 type) silent burner caps fit, or do they need to be smaller? How does the air mixing take place when there are no holes in the burner support? Thanks for your help.