These two bandoleers are carried by BAR assistants, each one has three two-magazine pocket. The bandoleers ere paired left and right and have adjustable shoulder strap. They are also used for holding empty magazines. Many WWI web gears were still in use in WWII, mostly used by Marines, these bandoleers […]
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The M1912 Ration Bags were part of the failed experimental 1912 Cavalry Equipment. Consisting of two bags, they were used to carry rations for the cavalryman. The two bags laced together and could be worn on the back with the two front straps attached to the cartridge belt. Though the […]
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: […]
Also known as “Doughboy Pack”. The M1910 Pack consisted of three separate items designed as an integrated system: the haversack, meatcan pouch and pack carrier. The haversack could nonetheless be worn without the meatcan pouch and pack carrier, but its provided very limited strowage space. All components were made of […]
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 1919, Mill’s production. Stock Number Reference: Pocket, Magazine, Pistol, M-1912 Army Stock Number: 74-P-172
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.
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 […]
Holds 11 MK 1 hand grenade. Circa 1918, almost 100 years old. No known stock number.
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.