These feature the same fully welded steel handles, interior rust-prevention coating, and the same recessed seam welds as a genuine NATO can. Besides the bright red paint, you’d have a hard time telling the difference between the two. There are some differences however. These are civilian fuel cans for civilian use, and that means they are subject to the same regulations as plastic cans. That means a clunky “no-leak” spout, and there is no vent. On the plus side, Midwest Can does make one of the best CARB-compliant nozzles in the business. It is easy to use, actually prevents a lot of spills, and has a solid flow rate.