In nylon digital camo, this military radio bag measures 11" x 12" x 6" with adjustable straps on the side panels to pull them in, another to close the top, and a pair of female molle buckles to attach it to something else. Sew it all together, add a strap and you’ve got a great carry-all. Note openings at bottom corners. For you collectors, it’s marked "APB03 RADIO POUCH SPM1C1-09-F-C002 8465015158636 F190686393 TAMCN NO. C54402F"
Originally a canteen pouch with two little mouse ear flaps that wrap around the top and snap closed, this insulated olive drab bag could double as a purse or a dog bone holder. Which technically would make it a pooch pouch. Measures 7-1/2" x 7" x 2-1/2". Snap straps on the back let you clip it to your pack or belt.
We don't get a lot of Bulgarian military surplus, but frankly if we were enlisting as medics, we'd pick Bulgaria just to carry these extremely cool hard-shell cases. Measure 12-5/8" x 10" x 5" closed with dual 43" adjustable straps, neck and waist (the latter are removable). Open, the front drops to reveal a pair of 12" wide compartments, one 4-3/8" deep x 12" divided in two and the other 4-1/2" x 12" x 9-1/2" tall on the back wall and 5-1/4" tall on the front. Inside has some leather pen-hypodermic slots in it. The front has a red cross patch sewn on. Covered in leatherish vinyl in dark to olive green depending on how much sun it's seen.
These olive/brown canvas camo grenade pouches measure 3-3/4" x 3" x 2" with snapping top flaps and (2) 1” wide snap-on belt straps on the back. Made in the USA and marked “NSN 8465-01-465-2093 DAAK60-97-D-9302" which is a lot of numbers for such a little pouch, but that’s the military for you.
These small, 4-1/2" x 4" x 2" canvas first-aid pouches zip around three sides and have a belt loop on the back. A touch larger than the old GI first aid pouches, these come empty so you can put what you like inside, first-aidy or not. In a coyote (orange-brown) color, with a Red Cross-style cross.
From Mil-Spec™, these GI-style cotton canvas first aid pouches measure 7-1/2" long x 5-1/4" square with a double hook-and-loop flap inside, and outer buckle and strap flap, plus an adjustable 26" shoulder strap. Fronts have a Red Cross-style cross and "Kit, First Aid" in white. You pick the olive drab or digital camo version.
Orienteering fans will love this nylon camo map case. Opens to 27" x 19" with a clear vinyl window on one side and a hook-n-loop flapped pouch measuring 8-1/2" x 5-1/4" x 1-1/4 with (4) pen sleeves on the other. Folds up to 13-3/4” x 6-1/4” x 1-1/4” with a lanyard clip for carrying. Surplus factor: the clear vinyl is smudged with lines of what look like blue lettering that migrated onto it. Non-orienteerers will find it handy for travel storage for small items.
We’re semi-gaga over these lightly used Belgian Army Engineers’ bags because we don’t hardly ever get square bags. This one is 11-1/2” tall x 5-1/2” square (loaf of bread-sized) in heavy olive drab canvas. Top has leather-reinforced side panels and closes with a brass and leather tab/slot. Has a 4-foot adjustable strap with a lanyard clip, plus (3) C-rings on the back. Inside has (2) 8-1/2” deep side pockets.
That’s what we thought. You’d better get this genuine army stake bag before someone notices. In olive nylon, it measures 15" x 8" with a drawstring top and is marked “STAKE BAG 1X5J9/186305-0001 NSN 8105-01-464-3148” which is why we knew it was for stakes. We’ll send you two, just to be safe.
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