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Old 17-01-20, 12:51
Petr Brezina Petr Brezina is offline
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Default Unknown canister

Hi, anyone recognize this british can? Similar size as air drop can, but much more simplier. Many thanks!
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Old 17-01-20, 16:06
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Default 5 Gallon Petrol Drum

It looks like a 5 gallon Petrol Drum.
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Yes, capacity is about 5 gallons.
Never seen this drum type. Thanks!
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