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    I have been collecting since I was 17 years old. My father used to drag me from Garage sale, flea market, antique fair. He would find Luger's, PPK's, uniforms , daggers, you name it. It kinda took. Later after I came back from the U.S. ARMY I started collecting like crazy. It is the thrill of the find. I love pulling items out of the most unexpected places. Rescuing history one item at a time is a thrill. I mainly collect WW II uniforms and equipment U.S. Army, primarily. I do have some U.S. Navy and USMC items. Some German too. I use this as a "KNOW YOUR ENEMY DISPLAY" . My plan is to retire as soon as possible and start searching full time for memorabilia.
  1. Thank you for helping me! I appreciate that very much. There are no markings that I could find anywhere on the holster.
  2. I have looked all over the internet, with no success. I am hoping someone will be able to identify this shoulder holster. Thanks in advance.
  3. I did find this on the internet at http://straightrazorplace.com/show-tell/54369-spike-point-wostenholm-been-through-wars.html
  4. Really nice and all airborne to boot!
  5. I tried to do a little research online and was not sure if this USMC canteen cover was WWI or post WWI. Please let me know what your thoughts are. Thank you.
  6. Found this helmet at a pawn shop on Friday afternoon. I was wondering what the TKS black paint indicates. Anyone have any ideas?
  7. Found this m-1 at an antique store in Snohomish Washington. Sure miss Washington, what a beautiful state
  8. Found a fixed loop helmet in Sacramento at the antique fair, no liner
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