B1, B2 units

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ASP
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B1, B2 units

Post by ASP » Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:18 pm

Anyone know, besides eBay, where one can get a B1 or B2 can that doesn't have jam in it? I've always wanted to try the cracker/cookie/pb version, and it seems jam always ruins everything inside. It would also help to not be a ton of money lol
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Re: B1, B2 units

Post by Simon2002mre » Sun Aug 27, 2017 8:22 pm

I don't know bro, I've searched myself. Garage sales, flea markets, surplus stores, and military/gun conventions are your best bet, you might still be paying a large chunk of money however. Either that or ask around with some of the vets around here. You'd be suprised by what they have and are willing to sell. If I had any I would help you out. Sorry man.
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Re: B1, B2 units

Post by JT1991 » Sun Aug 27, 2017 9:35 pm

Check this place out. I haven't bought from here but they have some B units for sale. Looks like $10 a can which is a little more than I'd like to spend on a single can unless it's one I really want. I got 6 Vietnam ration cans and 2 accessory packs on eBay for $18.50 which is great in my book.

http://www.baystatemilitaria.com/vietna ... ipment.htm

Here's another site. This place is actually about a 25 minute drive from my house. They have some rations. However, they're prices are absolutely ridiculous! $30 for one B-1 unit! No thank you.
Scroll to the bottom of the page.

https://militaryantiquesmuseum.com/viet ... tml?row=60

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