Manufacturers, production numbers, configurations, etc.
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1953 USAF M37- being painted and reassembled
1953 USMC M37- in storage for later restoration
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Check it close. I may be a galvanized can. I had one like it.
Bill H.Welfare, a modern day career choice.A gun is like a parachute, if you ever need one and don't have one, you'll never need one again1962 AMC M422A1
1965 Stevens M416B1
My 1944 Willys MB1944 Willys MB
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It is an early water can with the correct cap.
The large hinged lid followed in 1942.
And as Bill H. mentioned, it should be galvanized.
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