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Want to notify USMF community members about dealer websites where members can purchase US militaria? Feel free to post that here!
Also, compliment the Buyers and Sellers that demonstrated fair and honest dealings,the folks you can have confidence conducting business. All members assume responsibility of their postings, the USMF accepts no liability.
Feel free to post your latest finds for all to see, including flea market finds and dumpster digging. This board is simply post your assorted "hauls", so please post threads about each item in their respective boards if you would like to discuss an item or ask questions. Discussion of certain items or aspects of service should be posted in the respective boards.
NOTE:Threads in this board are automatically deleted after 90 days of no activity.
Post any type of equipment or field gear, including packs, pistol belts, etc. and any type of personal gear, like lighters, soap, shaving cream, etc. NOTE: Holsters can be found in the Firearms & Ordnance section.
⭐In Memory of Craig Pickrall (aka 'craig_pickrall')⭐
For any item pertaining to any US Military Academy (i.e. West Point), Colleges, Schools, ROTC (both High School and College), Training Fields/Bases (i.e. Camp Lee, Chanute Field), etc. Whether you are interested in Texas AMC or Chanute Field . . . come right in and discuss anything about all items relating to the above.
USMF members this section is dedicated to highlighting the items that have been returned to recipents/ owners or their families by our membership or items that forum members would like to attempt to return to the original recipent/owner or families.We will also redirect inquiries from families who join here because of posted items.This section will allow any member to post or list named medals, uniforms, helmets,etc. to be reconnected to the families that could be searching.As always, you as a member have no requirement to respond to contacts about items you post on the forum. If it happens and you are not interested in getting involved, contact me and I will intercede in your behalf.
Always proceed with caution and feel comfortable in your contact with parties when returning items.
For bringback items found in duffle bags, footlockers, etc. PLEASE DO NOT POST YOUR ENTIRE NON US COLLECTION.
This section is for foreign items, enemy or allied, brought back by a US soldier, sailor or airman. Preferably these posts include the story of the serviceman who brought them home. Items clearly marked as war prizes or are accompanied by capture papers are also acceptable. Items posted that do not meet these criteria may be removed.
If you like qualification badges, distinctive unit insignias, or collar brass, then step inside! It is all right in one place! Anything not covered in the listed sub-boards should be posted directly in the "BADGES & AWARDS" board.
For identifying that weird piece of militaria no one knows what is. *Please note that this board is only for identification. Once an item has been identified, please post the item in the appropriate board and refrain from further discussion in this board. Once satisfactorily identified, topics will be locked for further replies.
Got a movie or television show, series or documentary that you wish to tell others about? Be it a good or bad report, we'd love for you to post your thoughts here. Also, please feel free to post foreign movies that involve the US military and/or US servicemen.
Anything that doesn't fit the above categories, feel free to post here - and that even includes movie reviews, social chat, etc. Just make sure you keep it clean though! NOTE: Threads in this board are automatically deleted after 90 days of no activity.
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FWIW- Recently saw a picture of an M4 stamped on the guard like the one above, except it was a 50s wide guard. CASE did not make leather handled, wide guard M4s in the 1950s, or plastic handled for that matter. SKIP