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Model 1910 Axe Carrier Mills 1911

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Your ax cover maybe from this contract.


Without data, your just another person with an opinion...................


Selling DVDs of Ordnance Drawings on ebay seller ID 245thcac
Original Research from Museums and The National Archives
1912 Cavalry Board Report, 1910 Infantry Board Report, Equipment Blueprints and Drawing, Coast Artillery Training Films and 1897 Specifications for Clothing

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Kudos, Pep!


I was watching this, but chose not to bid.  You got it for a bargain.   As you know, the metal tubes only existed

until some time into 1912.   Do you have a pack display on which to mount it?   If so, post extra photos!


Your friend and fellow collector,


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Very nice Pep, I was watching that one too! I picked up the Mills canteen carrier, first aid pouch and a 1912 dated pick carrier.

The canteen carrier has the sleeve for the roller but the pick carrier doesn't.



Mills 1.jpeg

Mills 3.jpeg

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I sold my Mills canteen cover a few months ago.  It was not dated and I think the logo was on the left flap.

That cover did not have a US on it so I figured it was a civilian marketed one. It did have the steel hook in tube though.






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