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Okay - photos of the tan side look better! I'm curious though, the edge stitching looks a little odd to me, could be Korean war era with EGA ect. removed? Gonna leave that call to someone who knows the stitching better than me on type II covers.

 

 

-Steve

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Looks legit to me.

Always looking for uniquely marked helmets, WWI and WWII American Field Service items, WWII and earlier USMC items and named or numbered medals and medal groups.


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EDIT:

 

Okay - photos of the tan side look better! I wonder though, might be Korean war era with EGA ect. removed? Gonna leave that call to someone who knows the stitching better than me on type II covers.

 

 

-Steve

 

 

Button holes in flaps= WWII Sept. 1942 pattern. :thumbsup:

 

Justin

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I know this may hurt, but I bought this for $10 plus I got a german k98 pouch but, I wont discuss that here.

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WWII-KW Enlisted/NCO marked M1s


Items related to the Fort Pierce Naval Amphibious Training Base


Medals awarded to Floridians

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I know this may hurt, but I bought this for $10 plus I got a german k98 pouch but, I wont discuss that here.

 

 

You did damn good for $10. Put it on a helmet, it looks lonely. :crying:

 

 

 

 

Justin

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$10 that is darn good. How did you manage that?

 

It was on the bottom of a box of a whole bunch of aftermarket holsters, I asked the guy what he wanted said ten, I didnt argue.

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Looking for:

WWII-KW Enlisted/NCO marked M1s


Items related to the Fort Pierce Naval Amphibious Training Base


Medals awarded to Floridians

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