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Thread: Canadian 1960s Cold War Era Surplus.

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    Canadian 1960s Cold War Era Surplus.

    We have had a truck just drop off a bunch of surplus products this morning from a Canadian government depot. This lot consists mainly of survival and medical type supplies that were purchased in the 1960s in the event of a Nuclear war with Russia. All of the items that we have looked at so far are in new condition. We will be posting these as we unpack them.
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    I was hoping to see some LB No.4s for sale

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    If they were available, I do not think the government would allow us untrustworthy gun owners to by them.

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    These are a rather interesting item. Never issued Canvas stretcher from Canadian Government Stores.




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    What kind of propane hook up is on those lanterns?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigplinker View Post
    What kind of propane hook up is on those lanterns?
    Ditto. I could see grabbing one of those lanterns.
    Flush the TURD 2019

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigplinker View Post
    What kind of propane hook up is on those lanterns?
    Also is there a readily available mantel that works with it?

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    We will have a closer look tomorrow. Our guess is that they are something that is no longer comparable. Most people buying them are doing so as a antique.

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    " What kind of propane hook up is on those lanterns? "
    Yeah. What he said.

    Whether or not we can find cylinders that fit is a deal maker/breaker.

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