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A '44 dated Jungle Hammock...

 

 

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The top:

 

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The bottom:

 

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Showing the outside of the top canopy:

 

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Dang :pinch: I keep finding stuff I forgot about...this is a Power Source Pack for a Metal Detector, I believe...

 

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Dang :pinch: I keep finding stuff I forgot about...this is a Power Source Pack for a Metal Detector, I believe...

 

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Hi Jim, crikey I had forgotton all about this topic I started back in 2007 I think, so you keep finding stuff to add here, well done. :thumbsup:

 

Cheers Lewis

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Young enough to care and enjoy militaria - Old enough to remember as surplus

 

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Ken:

Much obliged, friend :thumbsup: That was the first "transitional" piece I ever saw- picked it up in a giant surplus store in Galveston, Tx., way back before I became informed as to why such differing colors were used on a single item. It is actually the craziest "mismatch" of the whole pile; should take a few close-up shots of it.

 

I'm really surprised there haven't been more photo contributions to this thread...

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Ken:

Much obliged, friend :thumbsup: That was the first "transitional" piece I ever saw- picked it up in a giant surplus store in Galveston, Tx., way back before I became informed as to why such differing colors were used on a single item. It is actually the craziest "mismatch" of the whole pile; should take a few close-up shots of it.

 

I'm really surprised there haven't been more photo contributions to this thread...

 

I know what store you are talking about... it may have been wiped out by Ike in 08.

 

Sam

Actively collecting anything from the C Company, 1st Battalion, 141st Infantry Regiment, 36th Infantry Division.

 

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I know what store you are talking about... it may have been wiped out by Ike in 08.

 

Sam

 

Strand Surplus Senter, owned and operated by my old friend Meyer Reiswerg, a.k.a. Col. Bubbie.

 

Wow- I wonder how he fared from that...he had 3 warehouses of stuff... :think:

 

UPDATE: I just did a quick search, and learned that Meyer passed away last May :crying: The store is still going, though.

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Strand Surplus Senter, owned and operated by my old friend Meyer Reiswerg, a.k.a. Col. Bubbie.

 

Wow- I wonder how he fared from that...he had 3 warehouses of stuff... :think:

 

UPDATE: I just did a quick search, and learned that Meyer passed away last May :crying: The store is still going, though.

 

Col. Bubbie???? Don't they have an online store?

 

Sam

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Col. Bubbie???? Don't they have an online store?

 

Sam

 

Yes, they do!

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Great thread! I always pick up the mismatched colors of webbing when I run across them. They are just so different from the average color of webbing and has an almost natural camo look.

 

This stuff has really increased in popularity through the years. Some of the shade mix-ups are so contrasting, they almost look like they'd stand out too much :lol:

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Well, here we go again...can't believe I neglected to hang these babies up here in the last round...

 

Bags, Ammunition, General Purpose:

 

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A G.P. Ammo Bag and M6 Rocket Bag...

 

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It's mix-up time again!! :w00t: A '45-dated Field Bag:

 

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Most of these late-model M1936 Suspenders in the pile have shoulder straps made from M1A1 Gas Mask Carrier straps; if you look closely, you can see where they were once folded over and sewn, with the tailors' layout markings still present.

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Another '45, this one O.D. #7 with light straps and mixed-up Suspenders...

 

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A Jungle/Field Pack, made by Meese, inc. in 1944...

 

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I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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Here is one of the most common "transitional" canvas gear of all, the late 1943 Rucksack with dark O.D. body and light O.D./tan webbing and binding. This one is stamped "Hinson Mfg. Co. 1943".

 

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Here's a better shot of the weird Avery Rucksack showing the contrasting panels of canvas:

 

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This pack still carries the revised 1943 Rifle Hook on the lower right frame, which is nearly always gone from these packs.

Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

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The inside...

 

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Support our troops...abandoning the War on Terror is not an affordable luxury.

I'm so old, I still call W.W.II U.S. militaria "war surplus".

 

God's blessings in the Name of our Lord Jesus- Jim Robertson

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Hello this is my first posting and today i wish to show you a photo of some two tone webbing from my collection taken from my mini museam

 

Musette bag M36, two tone, sand color typically WW1 and OD3 very dark, 1940 dated.

 

Canteen with cover two tone cavalry model, 1943 datec.

 

canteen with cover british made ,OD3 very light and OD7, 1944 dated.

 

gas mask bag waterproof M7, with 0D3 straps and OD7 stitching ( rare ).

 

entrenching tool M43 with cover two tone 1943 dated.

 

 

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Cheers :w00t:

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