200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Donhotrod
87C18B8A-BA17-4C23-9282-EFC116EB1DC4.jpeg I got this M-1950 last week and finally fired it up! Going to make coffee with it tomorrow morning! Thanks Mike!
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Gasman64
Really nice flames on that, Donnie. 
Steve
ICCC #1012

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monkeyboy
looks like a good runner. ✅🔥
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Mudzoory
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SteveA
Those are fun little stoves.  Enjoy!
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JimL
That’s running great! 

I like to use a "Born to Boil" M-1950 to heat the water in the percolator fast, and then move the percolator over to a 502 for the brewing.   How wlll you use your M-1950 for making coffee?

-Jim

Flammable liquids, open flame, what could go wrong?


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mudbox
Nice stove.  They get hot FAST!
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Milspec Ops #1978
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Donhotrod
Mud box- Yes it does! Seems to run more like a blow torch than a stove.
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Barrett
Nice stove and burn. 
Andrew

Living and learning in NZ
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Gunhippie
Welcome to the world of roarer burners!
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Ridge Runner
That thing's rippin! I'm really not a stovie, but something about little single burners just gets me going  [Flamie]

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austin65uri
Enjoy.  They also do a great job of heating a snow cave; minus 40F outside, 60F inside.
Bill.
ICCC#1601
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Donhotrod
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JimL wrote:
That’s running great! 

I like to use a "Born to Boil" M-1950 to heat the water in the percolator fast, and then move the percolator over to a 502 for the brewing.   How wlll you use your M-1950 for making coffee?



Jim- I fired it back up this morning and sprung a leak in the pump. Started pushing the pump rod out along with fuel. I’m gonna have to repair the non return valve. That’s a good idea about using the 502 for the brewing. I’ll try that! As far as my coffee this morning......... had to use the stove top..... maybe next time will go better.
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Donhotrod
Bill- I can tell you now that I don’t think I will be in a snow cave if I can help it! However, I like to see photos of that!
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Chucker
M1950's can be a little touchy. You'll get it. 
Chuck
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Donhotrod
E486F2DC-FF75-4768-90FA-DB5C25E6CCB1.jpeg 2EDF5A1F-99A7-46A4-B62F-D0EF4044AD9B.jpegI replaced the rubber in the pump and now it’s no longer leaking and no longer pushing the pump out. It’s amazing how much the old rubber had deteriorated. Here is a photo of the new gaskets next to the old along with a photo of the op test....
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Coldwaterpaddler
Ooops! I guess we all forgot to ask if you had already replaced the cap gasket and pip. That's the first thing I'd do to any any M-1950. Congrats on getting it going with minimal effort. Now the world is open to other roarer burners, like M-1942's, 520's, 530's, Optimus 8R's and SVEA 123.

Enjoy!
Stovie-Steve
"Don't let the weather run your life" - Steve
The Coleman Blues - #95
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Donhotrod
Oh wow! Looks like I have some hunting to do!
Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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Donhotrod
Saw this snow cave ad. Now I know what you were referring to! Looks like the pocket stove. I’m looking for one of those now.....
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Donnie B
Kelso, Washington
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