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Canteen and Metal Cup US Military 1980s and Desert Storm era

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Survival Camping Gear. The cup can be used as a camp pot. (Speaking from experience. Have not used this one, but one just like it.) Rugged olive drab plastic canteen. Screw-on lid with stopper. fits inside Aluminum cup or pot with swing-out handles. Canteen marked on bottom: US 1986, ZARN (in a diamond) Embossed on side: "For Water Only. Do not apply canteen to open flame or burner plates" Cup marked on side: US89 WWM This canteen and cup was actually issued and used, US Army National Guard. It is in good, usable condition. Size: canteen about 8.5 inches tall; 32 ounces capacity (1 quart). cup: about 3.75 inches tall; rim 5.25 inches wide Condition: Good. No chips or cracks. Cup is not dented or corroded. Used. Bottom of olive drab canteen is dented. Shows signs of use. USPS Priority Mail with Delivery Confirmation. Consider making more than one purchase to save on shipping. Please take a moment to read the Seller Policies for more information.
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