Shown one circa 1918, LCC.Co Production. Stock Number Reference: Pocket, Magazine, Web, Double, M-1918 Army Stock Number: 74-P-170
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 […]
Circa 1919, produced by R.I.A. (Rock Isle Armory) Holds 5 magazines. Nomenclature acquired.
Circa 1917 Pouch, First Aid Packet, M1910 Army Stock Number: 74-P-255
In 1909, the U.S. Army Infantry Equipment Board introduced a completely new set of field equipment. The changes included a new one quart (946cc) canteen, made of aluminum, to be issued with a nesting cup and canvas duck cover. This basic design became standard and remained, with evolving components and […]
Stock Number Reference (from top to bottom, all in medium size): Name Stock Number Belt, Pistol or Revolver M1936 (crica 1942) 74-B-265 Belt, Pistol or Revolver M1936 (crica 1945) 74-B-265 Belt, Individual Equipment M1956 (crica 1969, vertical weave) 8465-577-4925 Belt, Cartridge, M1961 (crica 1967) 8465-823-6937 Belt, Individual Equipment M1956 (crica […]
Stock number unknown. It’s long “handle” is to attach to the hang point on M1910/1917 haversack, the same hang point for M1910 T-handle shovel. Often used as first aid pouch.