Description: A hunter commissioned this invention from a tinker, wanting an easily transported cage for the animals he'd planned on capturing. The tinker accommodated him — and promptly turned around, made a larger, stronger one, and sold the new product to Alliance officials for a tidy markup.
The upscale model comes with sharp iron spikes that can point inward from the corners of the cube, used when a prisoner gets unruly (or a jailer is feeling sadistic).
Operation: The portable jail is a 6-foot cube of thin steel bars that folds in on itself when not in use, forming a flat, easily-handled 6-inch by 6-foot pile. The w o ft l D
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