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US Military Surplus 1946-1960 + US Uniforms and Hats 1946-1960. Everything Else 1946-1960. ... WWII German Leather Mess Tin Equipment Strap RBNr. WWII German Army Heer Belt Buckle . ... Luftwaffe Aluminum Coffee Cup. Aluminum Drinking Bottle. WWII M31 German Canteen & Cup.

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Amounts shown in italicised text are for items listed in currency other than Euros and are approximate conversions to Euros based upon Bloomberg's conversion rates. For more recen

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Overlooked Military Surplus -- WWII US Field Gear ...

WWII US Army Upper Field Pack M1944 Mint Boyt 1944. WWII M1928 US Army Haversack Pack 1942. WWII M1928 US Army Haversack Pack & Mess Can Pouch. WWII US Army Canvas M1 Carbine Carry Case 1944. WWII Combat Medic Medical Bag. WWII Combat Medic Medical Bag & Insert Minty. WWII US Army M36 Equipment Suspenders Minty.

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Metals - Brass, Copper, Aluminum

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Shop Mess Kits & Cookware at Army Surplus World

Mess Kits & Cookware. Authentic USGI military issue mess kits are perfect for backpacking and the outdoors in general. Made of reliable stainless steel, these government issue kits have multiple compartments that can be used both as a pan for cooking and a plate for eating. Complete your collection of survival gear with original US Military ...

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Military equipment is traditionally excellent stuff; it combines durability with very affordable prices. Army surplus finds its way to the civilian market in the following way: the armed forces of one country or other decides to get rid of big batches of perfectly serviceable gear due to cuts in military budgets, said gear becoming obsolete or redundant or some other similar reason.

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