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chrishoon

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    Sacramento ca
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    I've been collecting military items for about 10 years now I pretty much like any us militaria nothing in particular

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  1. I recently purchased this gas can and have not been able to find anything on the web about it I was hoping someone would be able to help identify the age and value for me . The only markings on it are shown in the the photo there are no marking on the bottom or top just the side. Thanks in advance, Chris Pictures will not post on the top of the side it says US and on the bottom it says MC both of which are stamped in the metal
  2. interesting enough i know this seller in real life he has a store in downtown sac and i feel that he did not mean to be disrespectful and that it was just worded poorly
  3. an older friend of mine who was an air force mechanic gave this to me today he said they were passed out then almost immediately recollected due to giving out to much information somehow he kept his any ideas thanks in advance chris
  4. i have had an igloo white sensor http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Operation_Igloo_White for a few years now sorry i do not have photos right now i only have the bottom part i was wondering if anyone had any idea were i could purchase the top or am i %#@% out of luck thanks in advance chris
  5. so just to be clear pass on this one ?
  6. yes the paint looked a little to fresh
  7. saw this one on the bay and was wondering if anyone had any opinions on it http://www.ebay.com/itm/111559224482?_trksid=p2050601.m570.l5011&_trkparms=gh1g%3DI111559224482.N26.S2.M-9983.R2.TR2&autorefresh=true
  8. that's incredible that it survived in a shed for almot 100 years
  9. looks like a 772 police patch that is there colors i don't know just a guess
  10. i would say the outside is but the inside is a very baby blue looking light green
  11. I recently picked up this box marked USS O'Flaherty (DE-340) spud peeler mostly for storage use but also because it kind of cool and when I got it home I noticed that the normal silver paint was peeling and revealed a baby blue color pain with writing on it which is also the paint on the inside can anyone explain to me the era of the paints our why it was repainted because to be honest right now im quite puzzle thanks in advance chris sorry on the pics its hard to tell the color the outside is silver minus the chipping spots and the inside is baby blue
  12. chrishoon

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    haha gotcha that's what I assumed
  13. chrishoon

    Hidden Treasure

    excuse my ignorance but what are those
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