This model stove was used by the U. I think using either is fine, but it seems like most people call the Coleman a and the AGM, M I have three of these type of stoves an AGM model made ina Coleman made in and a Coleman made in After a period of observation and study, I became aware of the somewhat minor differences between them.
I decided to enter it on my blog so I could use it as a reference. So, either the information I had is incorrect or AGM switched to brass during resulting in some tanks being made from steel and others made from brass. AGM made the brass tanks too thin and they have a tendency to crack or split, and I now have one of these. One of the previous owners wrapped the tank in thin sheet metal and soldered the whole thing. I consider it a loss. If you ever plan to buy a brass-tank AGM, be sure to look closely at the tank and check that it holds pressure.
Steel tanks are generally more solid, but they rust and some will develop pin holes, so they need to be checked as well. As far as I can tell all AGM stoves of this model had three fold-out feet. The tanks have stamped in the side, U. The fuel fill opening is the standard diameter of newer Coleman white gas appliances. The two photos below show how the AGM tanks split and what the inside of a stove looks like. Coleman tanks vary a little bit more.
The tank is nickel plated brass, I believe. These are really pretty rare as only 1, were made. The and tanks are steel, while the and tanks are brass. Coleman brass tanks were made better, or thicker? Unlike the AGM, the Coleman and years had four fold-out feet instead of three while had three.
The tanks are labeled U.
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Pocket Stoves that I have found with missing filler funnels. This one is in superb condition with the original chain and clip. Our goal is to have a mutually rewarding transaction.
So p lease review the photographs carefully and email any questions you may have. Thanks for stopping by! Buyer pays actual shipping and insurance. Shipment by the USPS only. Up for auction is a very nice vintage Coleman GI pocket stove. The unit has been tested and is in good working condition.
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Not finding what you're looking for? Save coleman stove to get e-mail alerts and updates on your eBay Feed. Shipping not specified. Free returns.Discussion in ' Stove Forum ' started by LittledreFeb 3, Log in or Sign up. Classic Camp Stoves. Littledre Offline Joined: Feb 2, Messages: Hi all, this is my first post. I started collecting pressure lamps about 2 weeks ago but have also taken to stoves. I bought my first stove this week. It is a Burmos touring stove no. I would like to buy a coleman Can anyone tell me if the aluminium cylindrical case that also doubles as two cooking pots also came in stainless steel.
What are the forums thoughts if any on the coleman LittledreFeb 3, Hello, I'm new here myself but this question is up my alley. I'm primarily a Coleman collector. The stove is a Jewel of a stove. I have lots of them. They where only made for 2 years, and All the cans are made of aluminum. None where made by Coleman from any other material. Now, when you start going back to the stove some of the cans are regular metal.
The first single burner field stove made by Coleman would have been Hope this helps, Kelly. Joined: Nov 25, Messages: Welecome Littledre, I have 5 or 6 coleman 's and all of the cases are aluminum. You are right in that a few of them are poished and a few more are rather drab and flat in color. I have never heard of them being made in stainless, but there again I could be wrong. I usually am!
Take care. Hi Kellyblues, Can you tell me anything about a coleman that I have that is stamped 51 I also have several 46 and 47 dates, but I was rather surprised with the Thanks in advance. Thanks Kellyblues, the 's I am looking at are from the US.
In Dollars.The G. Pocket Stove. By the end of the war, Coleman began production of a civilian version of the Modeldesignated the Modeland advertised as the "G. Pocket Stove was only manufactured between and ; Coleman did not manufacture another single-burner, non-military backpacking stove until Larger single-burner stoves continued in production, starting with the Sportster. Six small hinged metal pieces on the top fold outward for use as pot supports, and fold inward for storage. The stove comes with a two-piece telescoping aluminum case, which can be used as cook pots, a steel wrench that also serves as a handle for the cooking pots, a small metal disc or top plate which is placed on the burner grate to help disperse the flame, and a fuel funnel.
An integrated hand-operated cleaning needle is used to remove soot or other impurities that can clog the burner tip. The civilian version differs only slightly from its military cousin: the Model G. The military Model also has three small folding legs at the base, which are omitted on the Modeland the civilian version has four vertical supports for the upper frame assembly supporting the cooking grate while the military version has three.
The fuel tank must first be pressurized by using the small hand-pump on the side of the stove. After pumping, the control valve is opened just slightly, allowing a mix of fuel drawn from the bottom of the tank and pressurized air drawn from the top of the tank to reach the burner head. There, the mixture is ignited using a match or lighter.
Once the flame burns steadily for 2 to 3 minutes and the burner head is sufficiently heated up, the control valve is opened as far as possible. This cuts off the air from the tank, changing the mix to pure fuel. The size of the flame depends on the amount of pressure in the tank, which must be repressurized periodically using the hand pump. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article's lead section needs to be expanded. Please consider expanding the lead to provide an accessible overview of all important aspects of the article.
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