C. Dated December, 1967, OG Cotton Canvas Pouch Stamped "Carrying Case 7631596" & “MRT” under the flap, tapered Case is 15 ½" (Long) x 5" (Wide at-the-top) with a Wire Hanger and a Glove Snap closure on the Flap, Box labels read: “1240-763-1596” “CASE, CARRYING” “DAAG31-68-M-2147”
“A 12 67 1EA, New-in-the-Box!
(2 boxes are sealed and 1 box was opened to shoot pictures )
(These were Identified as a cloth Case for the M-1 Garand M-84 Sniper Scope)
(I am Not Positive of the Identification. I saw a New Garand Sniper Rifle in the Delta in the Spring/Summer of 1968 so the date on these boxes would jive with my sighting of the Rifle a few months later??)
F. M-1938 Rifle SCABBARD, dated 1942, Brown Leather carrier made by Hickok, both straps and hardware present, not much wear, Never been treated with saddle soap/other conditioners so it is still in Above Average condition and the Color is Great (see pics), GC+
See on Weapons page
to carry the Full-size Carbine. (see Doughboy to GI, page 203)
A. Dated 1944, Stamped "U. S.", Average: wear and stains, Unit marked, GC+
7052 Experimental Carbine HOLSTER (scabbard)
Canvas and Leather Scabbard for the M-1 Carbine
(see War Baby Book, Volume II, by Larry Ruth, page 649)
A. Dated 1943, By Lub. Prod. Co., NWSM
B. Dated 1943, By Lub. Prod. Co., NWSM
7054 WWII Carbine OG Cotton ENVELOPE (small Pouch)
Small Pouch (for spare parts or cleaning patches?), dated 1945, stamped "FUNGUS PROOFED TYPE I", Bundle cardboard Tag reads: "ENVELOPE DRWG. NO. C59696 SNL A39-5559696 Fungus Proofed Type 1 by Jaclin Mfg. Co.", UnIssued!
7086 M-14 Rifle PARTs (Miscellaneous)
A. OG Cotton M-14E2 SLING, New (7 in stock)
(Long Sling with Extra Clamp for use with the Bipod on theAutomatic M-14)
C. OG NYLON "M14E2 SMALL ARMS EQUIPMENT MAINTENANCECASE" 8465-926-6768, DATED 1968, NEW
J. CLEANING KIT, CONTAINS: HANDLE, ROD SECTIONS IN CLOTH POUCH, 2 BRUSHES, OILER BOTTLE, RE-PACKAGED BY THE GOVERNMENT IN PLASTIC, DATED FEB - 70, GC+ (4 IN STOCK)
(ITEMS LOOK USED, THEY WERE PROBABLY RE-PACKAGED
WHEN THE M-14s WERE TURNED-IN, IN THE LATE 1960's - 1970's)
N. OG Nylon Sling in Sealed-Government-Package, New (4 in stock)
(Possibly will work on a M-1 Garand(?))
O. OG Nylon Sling in Opened-Government-Package, New (2 in stock)
All Items Listed and Sold in this Catalog are for "Collectible Display ONLY!
(A "Collectible Display" Item is anything a Prudent Person
Would Not use for anything but a DISPLAY)
7100 - 7199 Gas Masks and Parts
Gas Masks & Parts are SOLD as a Collectible Item ONLY!
7110 WWII Era Protective Wool HOOD
Spec. No. 90-B, dated April 10, 1942. Hood with 3 Buttons in front and
2 Button-Holes beneath the Rear Cape to attach to WWII Era Clothing for protection against Vesicant Gases. (see Doughboy to GI Book, page 43)
A. size Medium, dated August 25, 1943, New
7114 M-7 WWII Army Assault Gas Mask CARRIER(Bag)
Black Waterproof Rubberized Carrier for the M5-11-7 Gas Mask. Made of black neoprene covered canvas. Closed by a roll-over closed top secured by 4 x glove-snaps.
Used by D-Day Infantry and Parachutists
C. Rubber still supple and OG Straps in Excellent Condition, hardware has below average rust and Verdigris(see pic), neoprene has small-size scuffs (see pic), markings on front have faded but still readable “U. S.” chemical symbol “U” “ARMY ASSAULT GAS MASK”, GC+
( bringback from a 101st ABD Officer who served with the FFL in 1944 )
See on Equipment page