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    Mint or very good condition WW2 US combat gear, equipment, helmets and uniforms

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  1. Found this one in a pile of 100 plus pouches sold by an Eastern European dealer. The US marking is fake, but I never saw a 5-cell with these colors so I bought it just for the heck of it.
  2. Could be. But I think they would equip the Belgian Forces with British gear (Sten or the odd Thompson)...
  3. Any idea how an M50 could have end up in the hands of the Belgian army during WWII?
  4. Picture taken in the Egyptian desert during a 1944 Belgian Colonial Army training. Reising M50?
  5. Steve, I did nothing to the stock. Just a light cleaning and some gun oil.
  6. That was a typo serial number is in the 370XXXX range... My bad!
  7. Took me some time, but she's nearly finished. Mixmaster of IBM receiver (731xxxx), Inland trigger group, Inland undated barrel and Q-RMC high-wood stock. Legal demil.
  8. Found this beauty at the recent Ciney militaria show in Belgium. FB Schlueter 104A with stamped brass buckle and square tipped j-hook. The Saint-Clair low pressure liner has steel A-washers, snap fasteners and the ends of the neck suspension band are turned in.
  9. Did Thomas French & Co located in Manchester, England ever produce M1 Garand clips during WWII?
  10. As with a lot of Schlueter shells, the liner doesn't fit very snug.
  11. Took another look at the heat lot number but I'm pretty sure its 69C. It has a stainless steel rim and flat brass buckle. I paired it with an early high pressure Westy I had lying around.
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