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  • Jeremy Garnett

    5 X Australian Can Opener AUD$7.50 Comes with a free US ARMY P38. They can keep the P38.

  • Krazi Katlady

    Love the FRED. We have a stash of these from our Army Service - I use one every day in my kitchen.

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