Our finest foolproof tarp clips have a screw-down system so you can tighten the teeth on the jaws until the tarp (or rope or whatever) is a prisoner forever, come wind, rain, sleet, etc, etc. Measure 3-1/4" long x 1" wide with jaws that open to a 3/8" max and a 1/2" hole at the other end for a bungee cord. In black high-impact nylon. From TEKTON®, our each is a 4-pack.
Our first steel pot from the Bulgarian army, this pre-worn beauty has very high-quality leather-covered foam padding inside. Adjusts to fit non-Bulgarian noggins and has an integral adjustable neck strap. Shape is sort-of U.S. Army-ish with a slight flare at the slightly extended ear protection. Might have some tiny evidence of rust here and there.
Not actually a mystery--it’s one of (4) olive drab polymer paddle-ish things used to hold up mosquito netting over cots in the military. We’ve got the paddles, but not the stakes or nets, so we recommend creating a new game with these and whiffle balls or shuttlecocks in the woods. Or carry them as emergency canoe paddles for when you’re up a creek, or use them as props in a musical. Or you tell us. Measure 29-3/4" long with a 2-3/8” hole at one end, tapering from 3-3/4” down to 1-1/2” with a 6" dia round at the other end.
New surplus from the other side of the Rhine. Nice dark-olive-drab plastic case, 8-1/2" x 8" x 4-1/2" with a slip-on lid on a removable canvas strap. Inside is a pair of 1-liter bottles, 7" tall x 3-1/2" square, with screw caps that have white nylon brushes on 4" long shafts inside. If you're not into military decontamination, it's ideal for traveling sign-painters.
Which apparently means "Road Closed" in Germany. It's 21" long OA, a 15/16" dia wooden handle with a 6" dia reflective metal disk on the end, white with a red circle on the perimeter. Like a miniature version of the lollipop lady (crossing guard) signs in the UK. Take it out and stop Audis in their tracks, or use it as a target, group leader signal, or as an emergency canoe paddle.
Our very first two-passenger military-surplus field latrine! Relive those golden moments spent sitting over a slit trench in the woods with a friend. This new (no need to thank us) genuine WWII-era U.S. Army wooden latrine is painted olive drab, weighs 37 lbs, and measures 41" long x 17" x 19-1/2" high. The 18" x 14" flip-up lids are over a pair of toilet-seat-shaped openings above the open bottom. Folds flat for storage and transport. All you add is the trench. We're thinking storage bench/conversation piece for the front hall or mud room. Sorry, Not available for FREE shipping offers. We will contact you with shipping information.
Talk inside the mask. This microphone, designed to fit inside an oxygen mask, is brand new, made for the US Air Force in the mid-1980s. NOS microphone, dynamic type M-133/U. Manufacturers part # 4500-WBC DLA900-85-C-098. Cable has MIL-C-5898C-WD-34U USAF and U-173/U connectors. Sorry, folks, that's all we know.
This single-earphone 200 ohm military headset straps around your head with a second
OD strap over the top from ear to ear, all adjustable with hook-and-loop ends.
Manufactured in the mid 1980s in the USA for the US military, we know not which
branch. Part #s include DAAB07-85-C-E613 FSCM 80063. Has a 4-1/2" foot
cord terminating with a BNC connector.
But no tent. Or shelter half, as they say in the army, although we don't know whose army these are from. You get a 3-section, 44" tent pole plus (3) steel stakes, all well used and all in an OD camo pouch. Your bivouac partner is supposed to have the other pole and pegs, so maybe he has your half of the pup tent, too.
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