Post your flame shots here!

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  1. Trusty McTrad

    Trusty McTrad Norway Subscriber

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    2pt Høvik Verk Standard with oversized silent burner and self made support ring and top plate.

    Looks good on full blast, but also does an incredible simmering job. This burner can be turned all the way down to a (literal) silent burn, without any huffing and puffing, and where the only audible sound is the jet nozzle whispering. Sometimes I genuinely have to put my hand over it to check if it is still burning.
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  2. Tony Press

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    Green fire of the baby dragon.

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    The copper salts burnt off after a while:
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    Cheers

    Tony
     
  3. Robert Bruce

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    I decided to give my AP Primus a go, it is a user and my go to for long camping . It’s got a bit of yellow flame but that should go when it’s run a wile. Meanwhile I will make some coffee on it. 2DD82E1B-E2D7-4B1C-B9FA-1848066ACA74.jpeg A8C02596-7E4F-4A84-A4BA-FAF9F9A4A958.jpeg
     
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    Oh yes, it has a regulated Primus silent burner on it so it doesn’t spill.
     
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    Erzet 640 (which has since been sold)
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    :whistle::whistle::whistle::whistle: Why does the music for The Twilight Zone come to mind when i see these pictures of stoves burning in a dark room?

    Lance scratching his head :-k:-k:-k
     
  7. Trusty McTrad

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    91BCFE7B-5AEC-4E01-BF68-36302FA37058.jpeg 1970s Hipolito No. 0, burning BBQ lighting fluid in my garage, for a test after cleaning out the inside of the tank.
     
  8. Jukka Pekka

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    IMG_20210518_194335106_HDR.jpg I gave for this burner cap a second chance, but it didn't works prorerly even in a light breeze.
     
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    IMG_20210521_194947.jpg First test
     
  10. BigScott

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    If I remember my school chemistry copper gives off a blue/green flame on a standard flame test. Probably one of the few things I do remember!
     
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    making me breackfast using me Touring Turm, re-furbished, sand blasted, anti rust painted, then blued, then some parts panted, just have to make a prober knob with air scew in it, for petrol tank

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  12. Tony Press

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    Daylight shots of this little used stove:

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    Cheers

    Tony
     
  13. Barrett

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    That's a great 530 example and love the flame Tony, not had many flames through it I think?
    Also would enjoying seeing the left 502 if you have time.
     
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  15. Pancholoco1911 United States

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    Here is my most recently stove acquisition, this time was a Coleman M1950 dated 1951 with a mountain cook set that match the year. E2DF7D02-D1B8-4938-A986-0A9184EF14B1.jpeg 398575BC-2F86-47B8-BD46-99546874A5AB.jpeg
     
  16. Ed Winskill

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    Great burn!
     
  17. Pancholoco1911 United States

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    Thanks @Ed Winskill , this was in my wanted stove list and snagged this from eBay for a very good price than their going rate.
     
  18. igh371

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    Genie emerges from long disused 'lamp':content:
     
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    55901DDD-E4BE-45E9-AC89-87437CAFD9E9.jpeg 9235B023-ED52-4F99-819F-2A150478447C.jpeg Radius No.7 type «UFO» Silent burner
     
  20. krankiev

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    I quite like the flame pattern of this preway model p4821 that I recently picked up. It burns HOT! 20210718_210538.jpg