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 NEW HEAVY DUTY PLASTIC WATER CAN

$49.99

Brand new, heavy duty plastic water cans. Made in Australia for the Military. They are BPA free, food grade, and UV stabilized for extended outdoor use. Opaque resin inhibits bacterial growth. Textured non-slip surface for grip. Breather for No-Glug pouring. Ideal for storage of drinking water. Holds 5 gallons or 22 liters. Available in Blue, Black, and OD Green.

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  ITALIAN NAVY POCKET KNIFE W/ MARLIN SPIKE

$7.99

Italian Navy issue pocket knife. Used in good condition. "Rabbit's foot" blade, and marlin spike for undoing any kind of knot in a rope. Great little pocket knife!

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Czech Army 3pc Sleeping Bag
Item No: 2011

Czech Army 3pc sleeping bag. Used in very good condition. The outer bag is water resistant nylon then there are 2 blankets that button inside. One is fleece, the other is linen. Has compression straps, Awesome sleeping bag system! You can't beat the quality or the price! Length from top to bottom is 6 feet 9 inches. Width is 27".


 
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  • Isaac V.

    Monday, 12 October 2015 at 11:30 am

    I bought one of these on a whim, and I'm extremely happy with how they came out. The cool thing with the buttoned liners is that it makes this thing extremely easy to wash compared to a sleeping bag. I haven't gotten to take it camping yet, but I did try it out in my back yard, and with the temp down in the low 50's to upper 40's, I started sweating pretty quick. If I were to take this out into something colder, I would probably add a wool or fleece blanket to the inside as well. I also really like that it rolls up into itself and has the sinching strap built in. It makes it very easy to store and pack. I'm 6'2" and 240lbs, and fitment was pretty good. The rectangular shape gives a lot of room near the feet, and I had a decent amount of room in the shoulder area as well.

  • Randy

    Wednesday, 15 July 2015 at 5:01 pm

    Bought this on the July 4th sale. It arrived today. This will be my snow bank kit for the truck. I added a TexSport fleece sleeping bag liner. I think it will be good for a low 10 temp. I will have a 2 person insulated Mylar bivy extra insulated clothing and a large candle along too. a 24 hour kit is what is required until help can be expected to show up.

  • don

    Friday, 30 May 2014 at 8:48 pm

    The inner fleece blanket and linen blankets are both very heavy duty and thick. The shell is well built. It is a very large bag. I may have to get another of these before they are gone.

  • Cal Rinehart

    Tuesday, 12 February 2013 at 7:29 pm

    Don't be fooled by the price of this bag It is an outstanding sleeping system. I have bags that cost hundreds that do not compare to the quality and comfort of this sleeping bag, this is my SHTF bag if they tells you anything! If you add a gore-tex bivy and an extra liner you can sleep comfortably in single digits. There is plenty of room to add layers and clothing if the need arises, you can add extra Czech fleece liners that button inside for extreme temperatures if you can find them.

  • Darryl X.

    Thursday, 05 November 2009 at 4:34 pm

    Bought this, along with two German sleeping bags. I am 6'6" and pver 250 pounds. The German bags are too short for me by far, but this one fits great and is super snug. It's a little work to put it all together (lots of buttons), but when you are done, it's probably good down to 40 degrees just by itself. Add an extra sleeping bag liner and some good socks, and I bet you could got to 10 degrees.
    Recommended for offensive linemen.

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