MSR MSR Fuel Pump

MSR MSR Fuel Pump
MSR MSR Fuel Pump
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Fuel Pump by MSR
Upgrade your camping stove with the MSR Fuel Pump. Durable fiberglass-reinforced polymer material doubles the pump strength while keeping down overall weight. MSR's innovative valve improves flame control, so you get a more precise flame for your MSR liquid-fuel stoves.

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SKU: CAS0376
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