Gears based on suspenders and belt, just like the old time.
These suspenders were modified from M-1945 Suspenders by some Europe countries (highly probably Greece) that received US military assistance in the Cold War era. There are several modifications: Two “branch straps” were removed. Spring hooks of the front suspendres were replaced by “bottle opener” hooks. Dual tiny D rings replaced […]
Stock Number Reference: Belt, Pistol, M-1912, Without Sabre Ring Stock number not available. Belt, Pistol, M-1912, With Sabre Ring Stock number not available.
Stock Number Reference: Belt, Cartridge, Dismounted, M-1923 Army Stock Number: 74-B-160
Shown one circa 1945. Also known as “M1944 Suspenders” Stock Number Reference: Suspenders, Belt, M1936 Army Stock Number: 74-S-389
Shown one circa 1917, Mill’s Production. Contents: Left large pocket: medicine case and the diagnosis tag book Left small pocket: hypodermic syringe kit and the case for extra needles Right large pocket: clinical thermometer with carrying case, and officer instrument case containing Right small pocket: flask Stock Number Reference: Belt, Medical Officer’s, M1917 […]
The old WWI BAR belts had a major problem that mad the belt uncomfortable to wear, and almost impossible for thin man. It was exceptionally wide and had a large buckle; this resticted movement, and in some cases prevented the wearer from bending forward against the bulk of the loaded […]
Shown one circa 1918, economic version. Had capacity for 20 five-round clip for M1903 rifle. Belt, Cartridge, Dismounted, M1917 no available stock number.
Shown one circa 1918. Holds 6 BAR magazines, 1 leather box for spare part and accessory and two M1911 magazines. There was a steel rifle butt cup settled on the right piece of the belt, which used for “walking fire” (or hip fire). BAR magazines were carried in special belts […]
Stock Number Reference: Name FSN Assign Date Suspenders, Combat Equip. (Nylon) USMC 8465-078-4581 Unknown Field Pack; Cargo; Nylon; (M-1967 USMC) 8465-860-0314 Unknown Field Pack; Cargo; Combat; (M-1967 USMC) 8465-860-0337 Unknown Pocket, Ammunition, Magazine, Nylon Duck 8465-860-0259 1967-10-11 Field Pack; Combat; (M-1967 USMC) Suspenders, Combat Equip. (Nylon) USMC Field Pack; Cargo; […]
The “Belt, Pistol or Revolver, M1936” was essentially the same as the M1912 belt, but had a buckle with smaller “T”-closure. Early version belt had a pair of smooth-faced brass belt keepers with brazed ends. This kind of belt was issued to all ranks armed forces with handgun or carbine […]
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Use with M1941 Backpack System. Stock Number Reference: Name FSN Pocket, Ammunition, Magazine, M-14 Rifle 8465-823-6936 Belt, Cartridge, M-1961 Size Medium 8465-823-6937 Belt, Cartridge, M-1961 Size Large 8465-823-6938
Also named “M1972” before 1974, consists of load-carrying system and rucksacks. Stock Number Reference: Name NSN Assigned Date Belt, Individual Equipment, M-1972 Belt, Individual Equipment, LC-1 Belt, Individual Equipment, LC-2 (M-1956 type brass buckle) 8465-00-001-6488 (Medium) 8465-00-001-6487 (Large) 1972-09-24 Belt, Individual Equipment, LC-1 Belt, Individual Equipment, LC-2 (Gray flat plastic […]
Stock number reference: Name Stock number Pack, Field, Combat 74-P-12-250 Pack, Field, Cargo 74-P-12-285 Pack, Field, Combat, M-1945 74-P-12-252 Pack, Field, Cargo, M-1945 74-P-12-287 Suspenders, Pack, Combat, Cargo 74-S-392-300
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