Mil-Tec BW-model mess tin
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A basic three-piece, olive drab mess tin. New production, modeled after the German Bundeswehr kit.
Consists of three parts; the lid, middle compartment and the bottom part. Painted green on the outside, made of aluminium. Weight 460 grams.
Made by Mil-Tec, probably made in China, but the quality seems OK.