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One Of A Kind

One Of A Kind

  • Shirt, Sleeping Man's, Nylon TriAcetate OG-106. Commonly referred to as a sleep shirt or "jungle sweater" this knit pull overs are perfect to add warmth by wearing under a jungle coat. We have a small lot in VG+ to EXC- used condition. They are free from damage and are not worn thin (as many are). We have checked them over and I do not see any holes or real damage, just some light wear. Late 1960's dated, we only have size SMALL at this time. Learn More

    Sleep Shirt, Man's

  • This is an original life preserver kit as issued to USN and USMC aircrews. The kit consists of sea dye marker pack, shark repellant pack, whistle (1971 dated) and distress signal light (1968 dated). The kit also includes the original packing list. Learn More

    Life Preserver Kit

  • These are Vietnamese made PAVN Jungle boots as used by NVA, VC and PAVN forces. Boots are canvas and have a rubber sole and toe cap. We have had these for years and kept them in our film rental stockpile. I have listed them with metric sizing as well as a rough equivalent US size. They are marked on the inside with Moore MIlitaria and a shoe size. We currently have used Vietnamese surplus instock in size 42 (2 pair) and 43 (1 pair). Learn More

    PAVN / NVA Jungle Boot

  • Rifle Bore Cleaner. We finally found another small stash of rifle bore cleaner. Bottles are 1969 dated and are 2 ounce size. Straight from the original cardboard box. This is for a sealed case. Learn More

    Rifle Bore Cleaner, Sealed Case

  • I have seen mixed sources stating these are WWII and others that claim they are Korean War Vintage. I cannot find a date on it so am listing it as both. These are like a standard WWII era Mosquito Bar Net in that they are designed to be placed over spreader bars used on a cot or twin bed. The bottom edge is cotton while the remainder is mesh. Most of the era nets are tan (OD3) or OD Green (OD7) but this net is in the Pacific Camo pattern. Net is in excellent condition and free from defects. This is a nice piece and they are not very common. Learn More

    WWII / Korean War USMC Camo Mosquito Net

  • We have two different M79 Grenade Launcher buttstocks for sale. Both are orginal and VN wartime era. One is wood and the other is fiberglass. The fiberglass buttstock originally came out of a 1970 dated package and is in unused condition. Both buttstocks are missing the rear sling swivel. The fiberglass buttstock has the recoil pad installed. The wood stock does not have the recoil pad installed. I found a black recoil pad that fits it well, but do not have the screws to attach it. You could use just about any wood screws on it. The wood stock is in overall VG+ to EXC - used condition. These would be good to replace a damaged / cracked stock or perhaps to upgrade the stock on an airsoft or display grenade launcher. Priced per stock. Wood stock is sold. Learn More

    M-79 Grenade Launcher Buttstock

  • Bag, Cartridge, Empty. This is the standard brass / link catcher bag used on M60D systems for door gunners. Heavy brownish OD vinyl with heavy zippers and canvas chute trim. Bags are in unissued condition. They are postwar bags, but identical to Vietnam era. This system was used well into the mid 2000's by the Army. Made to fit over the yellow / green wire frame (not included). If you are putting together an M60D or have a frame in need of bag, here is your chance! We only have a few available. Learn More

    Brass Catcher Bag

  • OD Nylon M-1 Rifle Sling. As used on the M-14 and M-16 rifles. These were designed in the late 60's to replace the cotton slings for use in a jungle environment as the nylon is more resistant to rotting. The vintage nylon slings are smooth like a seat belt vs being rough like the cotton weave. We have a small lot available in excellent used condition. There is a little oxidation on the buckles, but it will clean up easily. These have become much harder to find over the years! Learn More

    OD Nylon M-1 Rifle Sling

  • Mosquito Net. These nets are for use with cots. This style of net was introduced by the Vietnam War, so even though these nets are new (which is good. New means no holes!), they are the "correct style." We do not have the four end poles to hold the net up, but they are out there or you can tie the corners up. 1lb 12oz Learn More

    Mosquito Net