Russian Military Surplus 1950's Era Collectible Fire Bucket, Used

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Key Features

  • Soviet Union military issue
  • Made in Russia (1950s-era USSR)
  • Steel bucket
  • Solid steel loop handle
  • Embossed "No¿¿apHoe" letters, translates to "Fire"
  • 12.25" diam at top, 8" diam at bottom
  • 13"h.

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In a time before fire extinguishers were widely available, this Russian Military Fire Bucket was the tool of choice for preventing a blazing inferno. Meant to be filled with either water or sand and then hung from a nearby hook much like the chemical extinguishers of today. A cool collectible, originally manufactured in 1950s-era Soviet Russia. Great for your military collection, or fill with sand and keep in your shop for a little extra insurance.

  • Steel bucket
  • Solid steel loop handle
  • Embossed "NoTMTMapHoe" letters, translates to "Fire"

Key Specifications

  • Item Number: 715769
  • Material: Steel
  • Dimensions: 12.25" diam. at top, 8" diam. at bottom, 13"h.
  • Country of Origin: Russia
  • Condition: Used, in good shape