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    I order me a Mors pot from Four dogs in the winter and finally got round to using it today. The burner is from a Swedish army trangia







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    Which size is that one?

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    Wish I had got my self one of those when the chance was there

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    Its just the standard one , 1.8 liter / 2qts . hope this help you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewdunnrespect View Post
    Wish I had got my self one of those when the chance was there
    And me when Don(Four dogs) was at the WG, it took the help of Leon1 to get it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by topknot View Post
    Its just the standard one , 1.8 liter / 2qts . hope this help you.

    Topknot
    Thanks for that. It's just that I see they are making two sizes now

    http://www.bushcraftusa.com/forum/sh...highlight=mors

    I quite fancy the smaller one too

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    I wish I'd grabbed one when Bison were selling them, I ended up getting one of the stainless muckets off ebay which are good value ...

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/Civil-War-Stai...-/180641217268
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    Quote Originally Posted by beachlover View Post
    Thanks for that. It's just that I see they are making two sizes now

    http://www.bushcraftusa.com/forum/sh...highlight=mors

    I quite fancy the smaller one too
    Now you gone and done it for me!
    Last edited by topknot; 30-04-2011 at 17:59.
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    i have had this pot for awhile now. I was rereading Bill Masons Path of the paddle and there was the pot! Well almost exact anyway. Still loving it, after having it out on a few snowy trips... snow has only been gone for a 10 days over here in Edmonton

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    Bison were at our show this weekend and had these for sale again.

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    They do three pots, all nest,and all with lids, at least they did when I bought mine at the WG. The two smaller pots came with a bake ring that allows you to use them as an oven.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardster View Post
    Bison were at our show this weekend and had these for sale again.
    Hi,
    Was Roger selling the new smaller one as well ?

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    I cant remember to be honest - I was looking at other shineys Drop him a line - or he will be at Naturefest in a few weeks time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bardster View Post
    Bison were at our show this weekend and had these for sale again.
    I did not see them on their website. Did I manage to miss them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by forestwalker View Post
    I did not see them on their website. Did I manage to miss them?
    Nah, they probably have to update the website with new goodies Drop them a line, I'm sure they'll help you out.
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    They aren't on our website as I've only got a few in at present. I'll be taking what I have to shows etc to sell rather than putting them online until I can get enough in.
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