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    Attempting to identify SKS/AK oil can

    Photos show a AK-47 vest that came from Viet Nam, among the items were this double spout oil can marked y P. I can not identify the country of origin. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Looks to be North Korea. Here's were I found it.

    Oil Bottles

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    Thank you WarPig1976, it would appear that the markings on my oil can are North Korean and not common to find these days. The magazine
    is Sovieticon, the other magazine is Chinese (not shown) with a bullet hole !


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