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(Yesterday, 11:40 AM)Motrukdriver Wrote: hahaha...  let em try it with one of these.

I carried one on my dog tags for years.

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I have a P38 from basic hanging w/my tags & I still wear mine (in case I'm out wandering around the woods & ... need to be ID) 
Am @ that age, ya know?
It still works great, too
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I carry a P-38 tool in the van incase my big can opener breaks. It is small and light enough that I don't mind the extra weight or space. Really not that difficult to use either.
Brian

2000 Roadtrek 200 Versatile "The Beast" (it has been tamed hopefully)  I feed it and it doesn't bite me.   Angel
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What are the larger size P-38's called? For some reason, I'm thinking P-58, but that's pulled out of my a$$. Any ideas?

These are awesome! One last me about a year, and buying 10 of them and storing them is easy peasy.
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It’s what we used in our home growing up, none of them fancy electrical ones for us until I was in high school. I still have my dads that he carried all through four tours in Viet Nam, it was always on his keychain.
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(2 hours ago)Wabbit Wrote: What are the larger size P-38's called? For some reason, I'm thinking P-58, but that's pulled out of my a$$. Any ideas?

These are awesome! One last me about a year, and buying 10 of them and storing them is easy peasy.

P-51
https://www.amazon.com/P-38-Can-Opener-P...words=p-38


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when was the last time you used a can opener?

last week i opened a can of chicken and rice soup with a manual opener,dont buy much in a can
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