Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

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Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby Bypah » Tue Dec 23, 2014 5:31 pm

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby Norton » Thu Dec 25, 2014 11:02 pm

Thanks for the vid

I use one sometimes at work. Here are photos of Yugo for an MRE Lunch taken this summer.
Working near the river , so at lunch time I walked down away from the job site and started cooking .
Good compact product, water bottle stores inside
Cut a tea tin down to use as a steamer lid and storage case for the Esbit. This Slides on the bottom of the main pot. I wish Japan's SNOW PEAK company made a lighter version of this product with a purpose made alcohol burner
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All laid out with Esbit , heat tabs and different cup
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YUGO WITH STORAGE.jpg
YUGO WITH COVER AS STEAMER.jpg

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby Bypah » Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:01 pm

Got mine from Olli but it doesn't have that metal case like yours.
Did you made that Mod. to it?
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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby Norton » Sun Apr 05, 2015 10:09 pm

Bypah wrote:Got mine from Olli but it doesn't have that metal case like yours.
Did you made that Mod. to it?


I thought it is a great design but needed a compartment to store the Esbit stove and some tabs. So I searched for something the same diameter to fit on the bottom. I found a English Tea box fits perfect. You can carry the small German stove, Fuel and matches.
It is one of the best designs out there to heat meals boil in the bag style . The cup is mot very good but you can substitute the Swedish folding cup.. this kit is rectangle shaped you can pack it better in a ruck sack.

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby upcountry » Sun Jul 24, 2016 8:43 pm

i just bought one of these there is a store by me selling them CHEAP

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby CRO CSO » Mon Jul 25, 2016 5:31 pm

Norton wrote:
Bypah wrote:Got mine from Olli but it doesn't have that metal case like yours.
Did you made that Mod. to it?


I thought it is a great design but needed a compartment to store the Esbit stove and some tabs. So I searched for something the same diameter to fit on the bottom. I found a English Tea box fits perfect. You can carry the small German stove, Fuel and matches.
It is one of the best designs out there to heat meals boil in the bag style . The cup is mot very good but you can substitute the Swedish folding cup.. this kit is rectangle shaped you can pack it better in a ruck sack.


Yo Norton i can send u original bag for that YU mess kit if u dont have one!!?? ;)

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby Norton » Mon Jul 25, 2016 9:27 pm

CRO CSO wrote:
Yo Norton i can send u original bag for that YU mess kit if u dont have one!!?? ;)


CRO CSO thank you but I have the original cover. This is a good piece of equipment for the hiker, camper or even fisherman. :D

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Re: Yugoslavian/ Serbian military mess kit

Postby ChrissaDiehl79 » Mon Oct 24, 2016 10:31 pm

I ordered mine from the uk because I wanted the metal case.
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