Storage box of WW1 gear.

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    Storage box of WW1 gear.

    Post by 1stDivVet on Mon Jan 16, 2012 12:32 am

    As I clean the basement, I have been organizing things and trying to store them all together. Once it's all in 1 place, I can go thru it and decide what I want to keep and what I want to sell. Here's a rubbermaid tub I had full of WW1 stuff.. Enjoy!

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    Some canteens:



    Some mess kits, cans and a spoon



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    Post by 1stDivVet on Mon Jan 16, 2012 12:50 am

    Some field gear.

    Squad 1st aid pouches


    2 mint M1910 Carlisle pouches. 1 is a 1917 dated Rock Island Arsonal, the other is an PBA Co. dated 1918



    Nine pocket MILLS rifle belt.



    Four mint LCC made .45 pouches.


    MINT un-issued MILLS .45 pouch with magazine maintenance paper tucked in pocket.


    Kerr "NoBukle" sling for the P17 Enfield


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    Post by 1stDivVet on Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:02 am

    Un-dated early M1910 haversack with early pressed paper button on meat can pouch.


    1917 dated M1910 haversack marked to the 34th Cav.


    1918 dated M1910 haversack with meatcan, early spoon, 1917 dated knife, civilian fork, and leather inserts.


    Pack tails:

    Co.H, 2nd Inf.


    Co.I, 3rd Inf.


    early un-dated M1910 tail of heavy duck canvas


    Some pick covers.

    Mint ones


    Co.L, 54th Inf.


    Early un-dated M1910 pick cover with 1st pattern leather straps(some missing)


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    Post by 1stDivVet on Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:08 am

    Grenade vest


    Gas mask bags


    HQ, 68th FA bucket


    Spurs


    Three single putees


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    Post by 1stDivVet on Mon Jan 16, 2012 1:10 am

    And last, a meat can pouch full of un-issued M1910 .45 pouches. All LCC dated 1918.



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    Re: Storage box of WW1 gear.

    Post by johns3 on Tue Jan 17, 2012 9:34 pm

    Looks like you have some good gear to pick from and sell or trade.
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    Re: Storage box of WW1 gear.

    Post by Tyler Flint on Wed Jan 18, 2012 6:47 pm

    Im officially jelous. Lol

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