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Got this bag in a big lot of gear and I've been trying to figure out what it is but I cant find anything on it. Can anyone identify this thing? Its pretty big.

 

Thanks for the help

-Steven

 

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Just kidding. ;)

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i believe it is for a radio. but dont recognize it. i know of the BG-102-A Radio bag which is very similar

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Robin, did the frequency meters typically use a carry bag?

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If you google Model LM-17 Equipment you'll find it. It's a Navy frequency meter. Army frequency meters did use a bag. But some had a canvas cover mounted directly to the unit. The units also come in steel or wooden cabinets. All depends on what company made it and the date of manufacture. I'm guessing that there are about 30 different models to be found. BC-211-A, BC-211-B, and so on.

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If you google Model LM-17 Equipment you'll find it. It's a Navy frequency meter. Army frequency meters did use a bag. But some had a canvas cover mounted directly to the unit. The units also come in steel or wooden cabinets. All depends on what company made it and the date of manufacture. I'm guessing that there are about 30 different models to be found. BC-211-A, BC-211-B, and so on.

 

Very Interesting, never seen or heard of anything like this. Thank you for your help.

 

-Steven

 

Collector of US Army/USMC M-1 helmets and Field-Gear from WWII.

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