200A and 202 reproduction
frames back
in stock.

Duncan4410
Does anyone have any info on this?

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Leviticus Tomethreus
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Chucker
Looks Euro military to me, Svea(?), kero probably. Maybe someone who owns one will stop by and comment.

Do you own that?
Chuck
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Barrett
From what I've read they were a US Army prototype made by Natick labs.
Have a look at Bernie Dawgs youtube channel.
CCF/CCS member @The Warrior recently got one as well.

Very cool!
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Deanofid
I guess no one knows yet.  Someone might come along.  Meanwhile, welcome to the forum!
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outlawmws
Any makers marks at all?  It reminds me of one of the sterilizer stoves...
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warren
Barrett got it right.

Do you have the case for the stove?  That makes a lot of difference.

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The Warrior
Looks to be made by the Quartermaster Research & Engineering Command out of Natick, Mass. Possibly designated the T58-2. Supposedly they a made small batch for testing. Very little information out there. I wrote to Quartermaster Research & Engineering Command, which later was called Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, or NSRDEC, then later again the Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center, or CCDC Soldier Center. I never got a response. About all I know. I got mine for a very cheap BIN price on evilbay. I've seen them go as high as $1,600.00. I've had a few offers for mine for $1,000+.  Here's a short video of mine fired up upon recieving it:

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Duncan4410
Thanks so much I appreciate 
I didn’t realize how rare it was 
im going back to the junk store where I found it tomorrow and see if I can’t find the case 
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The Warrior
No problem, glad to help. Here's a few photos of the case:

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The Warrior
By the way, it looks like you're missing the control key and chain as well.

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Coldwaterpaddler
That's a pretty interesting-looking stove. One burner with lots of fuel capacity? Thanks for posting.
Stovie-Steve
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The Warrior
It really is. It's too bad they never made it into full production. BTW, these are very small stoves. Here's a photo of mine next to an Optimus 8R:

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Coldwaterpaddler
Oh, wow! Perspective is everything!
Stovie-Steve
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Gasman64
[welcome], Robert, from Pennsylvania! That is one interesting and great little stove, and I'm glad you're going back for it.

Warrior-thanks for all the pictures and the video; VERY helpful.
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The Warrior
My pleasure, always glad to help when I can.
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Chucker
Kind of finding a needle in a haystack. VERY good find. Not many collectors find items made in so few numbers like that one. Being milspec - just makes it extra special in my book. 
Chuck
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The Warrior
I'd love to find an unfired one.  Probably won't happen though,  haha.
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