Do you happen to have any Warsaw Pact approved ones?

NATO ones are rubbish.
Mr_Deputy said:
i think there's a load of free one's off the side of a cliff in Calais somewhere. Have a look in the cookery forum.
A20 outside Dover about halfway up the hill on the left, layby with wall at the back, over the otherside of the wall. Fcuking hundreds of the feckers.
Alledgedly, so I was lead to belive, heard from someone once.
Or you could just get them from NATO? They might be willing to lend some out if your Q man asks nicely.
Stick your cans up your hoop.

Why would we pay for them when we can just nick them from the POL compound.

Cost - feckall.
The layby near Wankum... last fill up before the westbound ferry!!! ... Used to be a 10 tonner sent every Monday, Wednesday and Friday just to collect em and stop the pile getting too big!!!

Allegedly ... or so I heard!


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Jerrycan 20Ltr for Petrol, Diesel or Water - Jerry can


Postage: £7.50
Time Left: 2d 02h 08m
Bugger. I need a big green tin to carry 20 litres of soup. But these ones only carry Petrol, Diesel or Water.
:lol: Only got them in Green then? Whats NATO anyway :wink:

Do you have a NATO Certificate of Authenticity.

8) Got any EURO approved ones? with little CE stickers?? :twisted:


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They are only NATO approved if they are able to carry fuel AND defeat soviet forces. This being the case, they are probably passed their sell-by date.