Vietnam Era Spike Protective Boot Insoles (Size 8R)
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A punji stick is a sharpened piece of bamboo with length generally from one to two feet. After hardened by fire, bamboo will hold an extremely sharp point from long periods of time. To increase their wound-potential, the points are often smeared with poison or animal excreta. A punji stick was very easy to make. It could be cut, fashioned even by women and children. Therefore, punji sticks were produced in large quantities in the Vietnam War.
Back stairs by Robert on bottom of shelf and in the stink room to the right amke sure you get a left and a right one.