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I did my research on this before posting, hoping I'd have more to share, but came up empty. This is more oriented toward preparedness/survival I would believe, rather than collecting. A few months ago, a guy I work with found a post that I believe was on the M4 carbine forum, for someone in New Hamp...
- Mon Jan 21, 2019 7:28 pm
- Forum: MRE Reviews
- Topic: 2010 Menu #5 "Chicken with Tomatoes and Feta Cheese"
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Thanks, i'll check it out. My memory may be shot, but i thought it was in a sauce of some kind. Wish i could remember the other contents of the ration. I don't know about the patty of that vintage, but the fairly modern ones are in a watery sort of seasoning. I wouldn't exactly call it a sauce. It'...
My brother was visiting relatives in NC last week and reported that a place called Curt's Premium Outlet in Gastonia, NC, is selling MREs for $16 a case. That's even cheaper than I've seen shady people selling out of their trunk at gun shows. My brother doesn't know anything about MREs but was smart...
- Fri Sep 28, 2018 1:14 pm
- Forum: Buy/Sell/Trade
- Topic: New England members- tomorrow is sale day!
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Just a reminder that the annual Underhill-Jericho (Vermont) Harvest Market is tomorrow. There’s always tons of cold weather rations and equipment for sale as the US Army Mountain Warfare Center is right there. Typically a residence on route 15 southbound just north of Brown’s Trace Road sells small ...
Sierra Trading Post, at least in the store near me (they are also online) has the 12-serving version of this for $49.99, packed in a bucket. Item number was 481XU-99 when I bought mine on July 15.
I believe the 0088 is the date code. 2010...wow. I've had a few of the meals here and there over the years and they are exactly what they appear to be-- generally familiar MRE components in a different package. One odd thing was that they included red star mints, and those seemed to always arrive me...