Direct from the US military (says US right on the flap), this small olive drab cotton pack measures 10" x 9" x 5-1/2" with a 9" flap across the top, 6” side flaps to protect the contents, straps to close it, a clear plastic card holder, a carrying handle, and straps and eye-holes to attach it to a larger pack.
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.
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.
Our buy of the millennium is this rich, dark-brown leatherette military map/attache case from the Czech army. Measures 11" x 14" in portrait orientation and will expand to approx 3" with an 11" pocket in the flap, (3) interior sections, (2) of them a full 14" deep, plus card, pen and miscellaneous slots and pockets on the inside, plus-plus it has a slide catch with a lock and a teeny key. Best of all, it could have been made for carrying tablets and i-Devices of all sorts, or even books (which are sort of like thick iPads). Has a leatherette handle on top, plus a detachable and adjustable 48" long strap. Hardware is deco-ish bright chrome. Most are lightly used surplus.
This new, olive drab canvas gas mask pouch has lost its gas mask, but is quite willing to carry your other stuff. Measures 10" square x 4" with a 6" hook-n-loop flap on one side, (2) small pockets on the outside and a large pocket on the inside. Waist and thigh straps hold it with the opening to the front, gas-mask style, but it could also be carried over the shoulder. Most likely Chinese, but it's not saying.
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.
From Uncle, this rubberized olive drab duffel was made to carry a “SUPPORT SYSTEM WOODLAND/DESERT NSN 1080-01-461-0153 1X5J9/PN 184092-0001" but it looks like a big rubber duffel bag to us. Measures a whopping 55” tall x 13-1/2” x 9-1/2” in an oval profile, with a hard oval bottom. Has a canvas hand-grip and closes with (3) grommets and a snap clip attached to an adjustable 37” strap. Good for camping, boating or even golf clubs, or perfect for your NSN 1080-01-461-0153 1X5J9/PN 184092-0001.
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. You pick camo or coyote (orange-brown) colors, both with Red Cross-style crosses.
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