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U.S. MADE P-51 & P-38 Can Opener 20 Pack- 10 of Each USGI Military Issue

by US Shelby Co
Price: $11.50 Buy Now

  • P-38 can opener, 1 1/2" long
  • P-51 can opener, 2" long
  • Stainless steel construction

Product description

Set of 20 military style stainless steel P-51 and P-38 can openers (10 each).

10 Pack Survival Kit Can Opener, Military, P-51 Model

Price: $8.88 Buy Now

  • Set of 10 P-51 can openers
  • Extremely lightweight design makes them perfect for backpacking, travel, and even bug out bags
  • Handle is 2" long and has a hinged blade

Product description

This is the bigger brother of the P-38 military can opener made famous in WWII. It's about twice the size and much easier to use compared to the smaller P38. The P-51 military can opener is a full 2" long. This added length affords more leverage when opening cans and does not require as much thumb pressure to use. Excellent for emergency back-up if you store any type of canned goods .

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Battalion Aid Station (1)
Battalion Aid Station (1)
Medics provide treatment to casualties at a Battalion Aid Station in early June 1944, as an M3 Half-track rumbles by in a muddy lane behind the bullet-riddled farmhouse wall. (Very poor light today due to smoke from a fire up in British Columbia. Perhaps that's realistic...)
Photo by Dunechaser on Flickr
hmm...what is this again
hmm...what is this again
I haven't used one of these in years.... Wow, many years ago. It's official designation is 'US ARMY POCKET CAN OPENER' or 'OPENER, CAN, HAND, FOLDING, TYPE I', but it is more commonly know by its nickname the P-38 which it supposedly acquired from the 38 Punctures required to open a C-Ration can. It is also known by many as a "John Wayne" by those in the Navy and Marines because he was shown opening a can of C-Rations using a P-38 in a WWII training film. From then on Sailors and Marines referred to them as a "John Wayne".
Photo by Richard Elzey on Flickr
Waikerie RSL War Museum
Waikerie RSL War Museum
Example of Australian army rations during manoeuvres dating from early 1990s, consisting of tinned and dried food. Find out more about the museum here:
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Military GI Style Can Opener - 2 pack
Military GI Style Can Opener - 2 pack
... , KITCHEN > Original military can opener from Swedish army - UNUSED
... , KITCHEN > Original military can opener from Swedish army - UNUSED
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