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Ben@HI

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    Oahu, Hawaii
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    always looking for modern gear (pouches, packs, vests, chest rigs, LBV's, ect) made by the following and I am not interested in anything ACU / UCP



    London Bridge Trading Co (LBT)

    Special Operations Equipment (SOE)

    Eagle Industries (EI)

    Allied Industries,

    Blackhawk Industries (BHI)

    Tactical Tailor,

    Crye Precision (CP)

    Mystery Ranch,

    American Body Armor (ABA)

    Tactical Assault Gear (TAG)

    Paraclete, pre MSA smoke green, multicam and woodland only



    as for helmets I am mostly looking for MSA TC-2001 and MSA TC-2002

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  1. There are tons of 1917A1's out here but most are in absolutely horrible condition. I turned one down this weekend because it was more rust then helmet 😅. That's a beautiful helmet for Oahu. Nice find!
  2. eBay always sides with the buyer regardless of the sellers return policy. I don't offer returns unless I made an error which is extremely rare however eBay has forced me to take returns that where basically on the buyer (changed mind or something) weeks after the sale. The only time eBay didn't force me to take a return was when a buyer tried to return an item 6 months after the sale. So there is a limit haha.
  3. Was doing some research on him and found this. Unfortunately I haven't found much else other than he enlisted from here in Oahu in 43 and looks like he was B Co 100th battalion the whole time.
  4. Thank you, I was having trouble figuring that one out. Probably would have helped if I wasn't looking in the completely wrong direction haha.
  5. Picked up most of the rest of the Grouping, still waiting on a good conduct medal and ribbon a German cap eagle and possibly a couple of other odds and ends but this is the best of it. The star patch looks Italian to me but I'm not sure.
  6. Sure, sorry about the flash, it's pretty dark in here.
  7. Not anymore, unfortunately he sold one of the Italian made DI's and two of the German made ones. As well as some medals. one of the DI's was thrown on the overseas cap when I got the grouping however it wasn't straight or in the right location so I seriously doubt the vet put it on there. The other DI as well as the badges, ribbons and scroll and some other things I haven't gotten yet like an unnamed bronze star and a unnamed Good conduct medal were in a jumble in the lid of the bronze star box. The German made DI was in the pocket of the Ike jacket.
  8. From the grouping I picked up today. I know I have seen one posted up before but I couldn't find the post when I looked. As I remember these were Italian made however patches are not my strong suit so feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.
  9. Thanks, I like it a lot as well and I hope I can work a deal and get it as well. I was looking for a empty trunk to put these and hopefully the rest of the Grouping in as well and I remembered I got a Footlocker from a KIA'ed soldier from 442nd a couple of years ago and dug it out. He was in F co of 100th but the locker was from B co. It's like it was meant to be. Wonder if they ever met each other?
  10. Thanks, I'm extremely happy with this grouping, a 442nd Ike was one of the things on my bucket list of stuff to find before I leave Hawaii because I don't think I will just be able to run across one on the mainland. I'm probably leaving in September so I was getting close to the wire haha. I'm still working a deal for the paper / photo portion of the Grouping so I don't want to post the name until that's worked out. That being said I don't see the harm in posting up a picture I took of a photograph of the vet wearing this jacket. You can see the plastic covered PUC and the green boarder 34th I
  11. Picked up this grouping at the flea market. The Ike had all the ribbons, badges and DI's pulled off but still with it so simple task of putting them back on. The vet was in B Co 100th inf Bn and I do have his name. Working on getting some pictures but I have seen one of him wearing this jacket.
  12. neat set, don't thing I have seen a set with an anchor on them before.
  13. I shot this picture before I bought it. This is how I first saw it.
  14. Thanks, I had a spare couple of shelves in the my living room I had WW2 ammo cans on. I took down the cans and put all the Japanese stuff up there today and yes it is like an instant collection. I plan on restoring the Japanese trunk when I have time and displaying it sort of how I got it. The wood is rotten and falling apart on the top and bottom of one side as well as the rust and the leather falling apart. Obviously I not going to redo the whole thing but I am going to stabilize it and clean it up enough that may wife won't complain about it being in the house. The cones are about the s
  15. the US stuff that was in the box, nothing really overly exciting, I plan on keeping the set of leggings with his name written inside them and the small almost worthless stuff with the grouping however I am going to sell the cartridge belts and the individual jungle medical kit to try and recoup some of what I paid for the grouping. they are not named or marked to him and in fact the tan belt looks to have a blacked out enlisted laundry number inside one of the flaps.
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