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Navybean

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    20th century military history and collecting.

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  1. Yep you are right as rain 874th, thanks for the response. Now I am not sure of the era either. Any thoughtsom the age of this construction?
  2. I can not recall what fighter squadron this patch is for. I believe it is a F86 fighter squadron patch. Possibly Japanese made.
  3. I was in the USN Seabees late 80 early 90s and were issues US Army Marked M1911 and M1911A1. We did have one US Navy marked slide but that was a coincidence. Navy used US Army marked M1911 starting in WW1 and 1911A1 US Army marked pistols from 1939 up thru the early 1990
  4. They look like English broad arrow markings
  5. Looks like a radio cover with accessory pouch
  6. Hello I did not really ever get any good information concerning the group. I moved the group on a few years ago. Thanks for the interest
  7. That is really cool. Surprised they did not get scattered to the 4 corners years ago. That first picture is cool as well
  8. great pic, crazy none seem very nervous to be working with live ordinance
  9. Both weapons look nice. Hand guard on the 1903 does not appear to be a high hump so guessing a post WW1 hand guard. Stock appears to be a single bolt.
  10. Looks good looking forward to seeing it..
  11. The cloth helmet is a A-8 flight Helmet AAC
  12. I would agree Remington UMC is a lot rare. Great find
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