U.S. Military-style 20L (5 1/4-gal.) Jerry Can, Olive Drab

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U.S. Military-style Jerry Can.

Time-tested hauler. Original Jerry Cans were engineered in Germany in 1930 for military use to hold fuel. Today, similar cans emulate the classic originals.

Military Surplus Features:

  • U.S. military surplus-style all-metal (pressed steel) construction
  • Hinged locking cap for easy filling and pouring
  • Built-in carry handle
  • 20L (5 1/4-gal.)

Please Note: Once this item has contained a flammable fluid it cannot be returned to The Sportsman's Guide.

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U.S. Military-style 20L (5 1/4-gal.) Jerry Can, Olive Drab is rated 4.3755 out of 5 by 245.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice Fuel Can, Good Quality, and Value Very nice fuel can. This can will outlast all the plastic junk you buy at a discount store. Easy pour spot. Extremely durable! With a positive sealing cap. When the cap is closed, this can will not leak even when laying on its side. It is a great copy of the original WW- 2 Jerry Can. I own both the 5 Gallon and 2.5 Gallon versions of this fuel can. I love them both!
Date published: 2015-02-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from the jerry can seemto be of a good quality and thanks for the fast shiping.
Date published: 2015-02-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Remember you get what you pay for! Bought 4 for an "EXTENDED" hunting trip in the wild's of Northern Quebec. They hold fuel fine but then caused all sorts of damnage to the ATV's carburators. The paint "INSIDE" disolves/flakes off and then pours unseen into the fule tanks only to be sucked up into the carbarators 580 miles north of any repair facality or paved highway back to civalization. I will continue to utalize them as long as I "FILTER" the fuel comming out of the fill spout. "Annoying at best" and "Dismul at worst". A total of 3 day's down on a hunt of a lifetime.
Date published: 2015-02-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Ok quality I bought several of these year or two ago. I thought they were the real deal but after some use and looking at others, turns out these are cheap knock offs. They do work but are not as good as the other ones they sell on here. They will work fine for very light duty and short term fuel storage but since they are the knock offs they have problems. For starters the paint is not very sturdy. It chips very easily and does not hold up well to the elements. Do yourself a favor and spend the extra cash for the real nato made versions. You won't regret it.
Date published: 2015-02-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very poor quality Thin gauge metal. Welded seam extends past the can so when you set the can on the ground it rests on the welded seam. A better quality can will have the seam recessed in a divot. It's better than a plastic can but not by much. Save your money and buy a better can.
Date published: 2015-02-01
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Price I have found. I rate the quality of these Jerry Cans as 5 star!!!!!
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Cheap made Cans are repro and show it,they will work but are pretty thin metal and the spout latch is just as cheap made as the rest of it,will work for fuel storage and that is what i bought them for,haven't received spouts yet but are expecting them to be the same.will send review when i get them
Date published: 2015-01-23
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great price, but proplems Bought 4 cans first time, for daughter 1, they looked very good, a little thinner metal then a real GI can, but better than a plastic fuel container. Then bought 2 more for Christmas for my 2nd daughter. Son in laws realy like them, but then first son in law informs me that one of the two cans he filled had a problem. He had used one can to fill his lawn tractor. He went down to his garage and the can now half full had some how suck in from the heat, humidity or cold? It was in about a inch each side (total 2 inchs ), this causing the paint to crack and peal off. I didn't want to bother sending it back, but I suggest that the cans should be keep full or empty with lid open.
Date published: 2015-01-21
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<!--begin-bvseo-questions--> <!--begin-questions--> <div id="bvseo-questionsSection"> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1427379"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> Is this can suitable for transporting drinking water? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Al47</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1684523"> This item was designed to carry fuel. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-02-07</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1405868"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> Can these be set flat like a can with a recessed seam or not because they appear to have a raised seam instead of a proper recessed one? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Flyboy</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1662038"> Yes they sit flat <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Mike</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-01-15</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1378706"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> does it come with the spout? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Clint58</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1631399"> The spout is sold separately. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2014-12-11</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1341875"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> What is the diameter of the opening? Will it accept a 2in high flow nozzle/inlet? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: AGuy</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1601601"> 1 3/4&quot; wide x 2&quot; across. No it will not accept a flow nozzle. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2014-11-15</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1342051"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> what are the dimension&apos;s, l x w x h; inches please? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: frank</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1599155"> The size of these cans are; 14 x 18 1/2 x 6 1/2&quot; <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2015-01-20</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1327279"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> does this can have a vent hole for easy pouring </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: dickgries</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1586195"> This does not have a vent hole. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2014-11-03</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1331905"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> These are steel cans, no? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: shrike</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1578965"> They are made of pressed steel. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2014-11-30</div> </div> </div> <div class="bvseo-question-answer" data-questionid="1322736"> <h2 class="bvseo-question"> What does the gasket on the can look like? Where can I get replacement gaskets? </h2> <div class="bvseo-question-detail"> </div> <div class="bvseo-author">Asked by: Chris</div> <div class="bvseo-answer" data-answerid="1574794"> We do not have an image of the gasket on this item. We do not sell replacements. <div class="bvseo-author">Answered by: Customer Service</div> <div class="bvseo-pubdate">Date published: 2014-11-30</div> </div> </div> </div> <script type="text/javascript"> if (document.getElementById('bvseo-questionsSection')) { document.getElementById('bvseo-questionsSection').style.display = 'none'; } </script> <!--end-questions--><ul id="BVSEO_meta" style="display:none!important"> <li data-bvseo="bvDateModified">2015-03-05T23:42CST</li> <li data-bvseo="ps">bvseo_cps, prod_bvqa, vn_cps_3.1.1</li> <li data-bvseo="cp">cp_1, bvpage1</li> <li data-bvseo="co">co_hasquestionsanswers, tq_8</li> <li data-bvseo="cf">loc_en_US, sid_213243, PRD, sort_recentAnswersFirst</li> <li data-bvseo="diagnostics">clientName_sportmansguide</li></ul><!--end-bvseo-questions--><!--BVSEO|dz:Main_Site-en_US|sdk:v1.0.7.0-n|msg:timer 15ms -->
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