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    Bakelite Oiler

    This bakelite oiler came in a WW2 German RG34 K98icon maintenance kit and, obviously, it's not the correct oiler for that kit. I've been trying to figure out it's origin and what's it for from the internet. The answer would appear to be Italianicon WW2 Carcano? I wondered if anyone could confirm this and if there is any further information available on these oilers, please?

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