Afraid your communication is being intercepted? The field phones are a solid way to communicate between you and your comrades securely. These simple to set up and easy to use field phones only require four D batteries and standard single- or multi-strand copper wire to operate. Useable for more situations than they were designed for—communication between bunkers, trenches, hide-outs or foxholes—you can use them to communicate between any two locations you choose up to a mile apart.
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