What Did I Just Buy?

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  1. The Warrior

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    Have no idea what it is, haha. Looked cool, and the price was cheap enough. Any ideas? Seems to be a wickie? Or are the instructions talking about the "wick" in the priming cup? Ad photos:

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    Looks like a piece of shit. As a public service I'll take it off your hands.

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    Wow, you sure do take shit easily enough, haha.
     
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    Seen 'em here before. Someone knows. Can't be a wickie, it's a gasoline burner.
     
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    @The Warrior with me the giving never stops. There is another one in the gallery here.

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    That's why I asked, it said in the instructions about getting the wick wet. I guess they were talking about the wick in the prime cup.
     
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    Thanks Ben!
     
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    That's the link Ben posted. Really stoked about this one. Got lucky, and happened upon it with a buy it now price. Got it for a song.
     
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    With out looking at the links. I'm going to guess it's a military stove for sterilization of med tools. Just a wild guess. No knowledge ( par for the course for me) of what it could be.
     
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    See I should have enlarged pic and read instructions first. Not used for sterilization
     
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    Not too big, if you look at the photo with the ruler.
     
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    Yeah I'm at the Vets hospital with my dog so I missed alot .
     
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    No worries.
     
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    SCORE! I guess...?? lol Looks real interesting...

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    Thanks man. Hard to go wrong for $50.
     
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    Small, Compact , large fuel capacity and a cooker case . Really interesting . If you have a chance throw it on a scale , Does it feel heavy ? Coll deal as I see it . WR
     
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    Thanks man. I'll measure and weigh it when it comes in. Just purchased it today.

    I was wondering how the fuel tanks worked. One fuel cap on one side. I guess it's self leveling to the other tank.
     
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    What was the verdict with these?
    Were there prototypes and production stoves?