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2 OZ. Oil Can, U.B. Bray Co. OD in color.

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Wanting to know what era it was in use. I do not collect firearms or accessories, and this will be put in the Trade Sec as soon as I get some in use dates. Also what weapons it would have been issued with. The net was of no help with this one. Thank you in advance for any help.

 

2 OZ. PS

OIL, LUBRICATING, SPECIAL

SPEC USA 2-120

P.O. NO (28-024) 44-40703

U.B. BRAY CO

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA

 

On the back: can just be read

 

Container may be carried in cartridge belts or pocket.

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2. You can't fix stupid.

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RULES for C.N.A.s working the night shift at the local hospital.

 

1. Upper management has no sense of humor.

2. You can't fix stupid.

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If anyone had the answer could you please send me a PM. I don't look at this thread very often, Thank you. Michael


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RULES for C.N.A.s working the night shift at the local hospital.

 

1. Upper management has no sense of humor.

2. You can't fix stupid.

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These are of WW2 vintage,if I remember correctly the 44 in the P.O. number is the date of the contract.They would have been issued to individuals for small arms cleaning and maintenance.

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Thanks for the info.


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RULES for C.N.A.s working the night shift at the local hospital.

 

1. Upper management has no sense of humor.

2. You can't fix stupid.

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that's right. they also fit nicely into the ammo pocket on a cartridge belt.

Tom Bowers

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