GUN Kinda WMD related: Danish civil defense toolkit, lots of pics

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  1. JRucker2004

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    Danish civil defense tool set


    First, everything goes in this bag, it has pockets for everything in the kit. It also has an inventry. Unfortunatly, I can't understand a single word it says. If anyone speaks danish, think you could translate it for me?

    Date on the inventory is September 1966, but everything looks new

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    The red can has bandaids in it.
    The bag is full of square 20 penny nails
    Rope, cord, and some string, canteen
    A nice wool blanket

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    A really cool light, it has two filters, red and green (merry christmas!), A lanyard, and belt clip. The switch has on/off, and an interrupt button. There are also two plugs, either for charging the batteries, or powering something else. They're just wired directly to the battery leads. There are also two spare bulbs inside. I stuck D batteries in it, but it didn't turn on. I'll have to break out the voltmeter, and figure out what's up


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    A hammer, A hacksaw, and a bunch of spare blades, a fucking SHARP axe/hatchet, and a handle that goes to something...

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    Bolt cutters (these are the only things so far I've seen with english on them)
    A spade, goes on that handle we saw earlier. The other end of the handle has lugs that look like something should be attached to them...
    Chisel (under the bolt cutters), crowbar, an adjustable wrench, and a nice set of pliers with wire cutters and insulated handles
    There is also a wooden drill bit, that works with the handle we saw earlier (but does not go on the lugs I mentioned) I think there may be a couple things missing, maybe if I can get the inventory translated, I can figure it out

    Overall, worth every freakin penny.
    Get one while you can.

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    JRucker2004 New Member

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    Just got everything into the pack. Fits like they had it made that way :eek4:
    There's even leather on the bottom of the pack to keep things from poking through when you set it on the ground. And there is a reinforced area where the hatchet goes. :bowdown:
     
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    Eh, I could use $50 for something a lot more useful.

    Cool piece of history though.
     
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    looks neat, but don't think it's worth $80 or whatever. have most of that stuff sitting in a bag in both jeeps, along with canned goods, water, etc.

    still :cool: though
     
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    See, that's the thing.
    I had very few of the tools in this bag, so the whole package deal worked out great for me.
    If I went out and bought every tool in there, and a nice wool blanket, I'd spend a lot more, and end up with lower quality tools.
     
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    perfect for you then. I've just acquired all of those items and more in the past and put together similar bags. But I still think the uniqueness of it is :cool:
     
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    and what's funny is, most of that stuff is probably made better than anything these days :rofl:
     
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    :rofl::werd:

    Old shit rocks for durability.

    Cept old people.
     
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    :mamoru:

    that pick/shovel looks tits. probably thick steel too, rather than the military one I have that is pretty thin and would hold up 1/10th of the use/time that this one would
     
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    if I lived in Kentucky though, I'd be all over this deal
     
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    I could use that, I have none of that crap. Not even band aids!
     
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    Hmm, interesting. Wish I had cashy money for it though...:wtc:
     
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    Is it redneck that I kind of want to buy one to keep in the truck?
     
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    Holy shit, a snor!
     
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    for the money that's a pretty decent deal. it isn't some cheap tin-ish like shit like many new packs have.
     
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    would totally buy if I had more than $2.57 in my bank account right now
     
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    I'd love to have one of these, I'm also in the low account balance crew though :(
     
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    hella bro*cal
    i've seen this thread every day since it was posted and i still think the title says daniel defense :o
     
  20. Every day since it was posted? It was posted yesterday. :rofl:
     
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    For some reason I think my dad would appreciate this for Christmas :o
     
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    Would you prefer something like "My tool's better than yours"?
    Or maybe "the man in brown shorts delivered my tool(s)"?
     
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    Ordered one.

    Ever figure out what's wrong with the flashlight?
     

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