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KTRIP

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  1. I happen to live in Charlotte and Charlotte Tent and Awning is still in business https://www.charlottetentandawning.com/
  2. Thank you for the responses Sent from my VK810 4G using Tapatalk
  3. Got these gloves the other day and I haven't been able to find out much about them. Anybody recognize these? No markings anywhere and they look like they are lined with rabbit fur. The guy I got them from said the came in with a bunch of WWII stuff from a estate sale. Any info would be appreciated. Sincerely, Kent
  4. Might try the Coleman collectors forum. Lots of interest in military stoves there.
  5. Checkout this guys site. He has replacement parts for these desks: https://sites.google.com/site/dunavinwoodsmith/home/clocks ​
  6. I've got one at home just like it. It's for carrying the firing tables for the .30 caliber machine guns. The tables are laminated to a plywood board and held in that case.
  7. I have one of those. Made by Aervoid and they are still in business. Ordered a replacement part and it fit perfectly.
  8. I have repaired many wool items by just using a stich or two to close the hole. If you can find some matching thread it is barley noticeable. Just make sure you tie the knots on the inside and it should be fine.
  9. It looks like it might be a Breda 37 ammo chest
  10. It's a demolition bag for carrying explosives. You don't see to many of them that are dated. Hopefully someone can expand a little more on their useage.
  11. Great stuff. You can usually find it at the grocery store. Comes in a small brown plastic bottle.
  12. I have just one if you can use it. Delks Surplus in Asheboro NC has them
  13. I used Pecard's leather treatment on mine and they look great. Darkens them like the double buckles in the post above.
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