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Use this U.S. Military Surplus Tent Stake to hold a large circus-type tent or to cover heavy gear. Also works to anchor your boat to shore or as a "thumper" for large truck tires as the sound helps determine air pressure.
U.S. Military Surplus Tent Stake, New is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by VanHelsing from Best stake everWow....this is just an unbelievable find. This is the perfect accessory to my VanHelsing costume so I can now really act like I am after vampires. If you want to complete your costume to be a serious vampire killer, this is the must-have accessory. I couldn't believe it.I did add some stain for age effects but this can't be beat...except with a hammer.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 1 out of 5 by JohnM from Not as picturedWas extremely disappointed that I did not receive the stakes as pictured For sale. I bought these specifically because I was repurposing these for another use and needed them to be round in shape. The stakes I received were completely different as can be seen from my photo. The advertisement could at least state that the styles of these may vary. Since only the stakes in the stock photo would work for my project i will have to find a new use for these...
Date published: 2019-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by Don in OK from Stake out your Elephant with these!The ones I received look to be made out of oak, are pointed and very well made. If you put up a large canopy or a large wall tent, These are the ones you want to provide the main anchors on the corner guys. You want to have a real hammer to drive these big boys in. A circus mallet or a 12 pound sledge at a minimum.