sibley stoves

brian
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sibley stoves

Post by brian »

hay pat
got any information on the armys sibley stove?
from what I can gather on the intenet thay were used right up till
the army went to the M-1941 barrel stove,
kinda suprised there arnt more around,
probably wound up in the scrap drive. :cry:
thanks
BB
if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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brian
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if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
wc-4
brian
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Re: sibley stoves

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try somthing

never mind
if you cant afford the manual, you cant afford the truck!
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Pat Holscher
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Re: sibley stoves

Post by Pat Holscher »

brian wrote:hay pat
got any information on the armys sibley stove?
from what I can gather on the intenet thay were used right up till
the army went to the M-1941 barrel stove,
kinda suprised there arnt more around,
probably wound up in the scrap drive. :cry:
thanks
BB

I don't. We did have an old thread on Sibley tents, however. You might try an off topic post on SMH on them.
Pat Holscher

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