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Scepter Mil-Spec Diesel Jerry Can 20L

Scepter Mil-Spec Diesel Jerry Can 20L

Regular price $229.95 AUD
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The Scepter MIL-SPEC Diesel Jerry Can 20L is virtually indestructible. They are a standard issue for armed forces worldwide, including our SAS.

We've been using these jerry cans for years, and we're stoked to finally have them in our store (the Scepter military range is not easy to get!).

Yes, these are expensive jerrys, but they far outlast the alternatives, plus they won't leak or fail and ruin your trip.

  • Weight: 2.6kg
  • Height: 46.5cm
  • Width: 33cm
  • Depth: 15.8cm
  • Material: Rugged HDPE
  • Certified: Mil-C-53109
  • Manufactured: Canada
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