Norwegian field bottle with nylon cover and aluminum cookware. The bottle is made of plastic, with a screw cap and the capacity of 0.95 liter with a bag. Attached to the belt to the Norwegian Army's gunbelt.
In the equipment of Norwegian Jagerkorps, in 1789, 3 men per bottle were
counted, and these were made of copper or tin. However, in the Equipment
Regulations of 1855, both officers and soldiers would have their own field
bottles. Today it is to check that the field bottle (with water) is one
of the moments of the Norwegian soldiers 'ready to fight' (KTS) drill.
The advantage of plastic bottle is that you can use it with carbonated drinks.
Field Bottle into three parts. Bottle - outer cover and drink cup. The bottle holds 0.95 liters. The outer cover is made so that it has a certain vacuum effect.