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British Machete and Scabbard:  18" blade, wood handle with grey paint.  Blade marked: "MADE IN SHEFFIELD ENGLAND".  Scabbard is unmarked. Scabbard has a hole at the edge about 3" from the tip.  Scabbard measures about 17 1/2".  Fully inserted the machete blade shows about 1" out of the scabbard.  
$29.00
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Medals, Pg. 2
Insignia, Pg. 1
Insignia, Pg. 2
Patches, Pg. 1
Patches, Pg. 2
Weapons
Buttons
Photographs, Pg. 1
Photographs, Pg. 2
Relics
Misc. Pg. 1
Misc. Pg. 2
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Vintage Gun Tools:  Model 1911 takedown tool; M1903; M1879; M1876; M1868.  Prices are as marked in the photo.
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m1916 HOLSTER, PRIVATE PURCHASE:  This commercially made holster follows the pattern of the military model 1916 holster for the 1911 and 1911A1 service pistols.  I believe this was probably made in Post-War Germany and purchased by an American GI.  There is no US on the flap; no maker name and the belt wire is steel.  It has not been oiled or treated; it is "as found"..  A must addition to the collector of 1916 holsters.
$24.00
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SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD:
Three piece set of wood rod for shotguns; Typical type used for trench guns. Not marked or identified as U.S.
$12.00
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SHOTGUN CLEANING ROD:
Three piece wood set in soft case.  Typical of those used for cleaning trench shotguns.  Not marked US or identified.
$12.00
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COLT FACTORY SHIPPING BOX FOR 1911A1 REPLACEMENT SLIDE:  During the Korean War there was a shortage of slides for the the 1911/1911A1 service pistol repairs.  To fill the shortage Colt took commercial Government Model slides, parkerized them and shipped them to the Army to use.  This EMPTY carton is one of the shipping boxes used.  It is dated July 1953.  A great accessory for a Colt .45 Service Pistol that has one of these replacement slides on it.
$69.00
8" X 2" X 1 1/4"
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ENFIELD OILER: Plastic. I believe these were carried in the butt stock.
Item # 111428  $4.00
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FN49 CLEANING TOOL:  I don't know if this is complete or not.
Item # 111429  $9.00
7-3/4" overall length.  5" or shorter barrel.
Item # 31522  $5.00 each
CLEANING THONG:  Pull through thong for the '03 Springfield and the M1 Garand.  Price is for each. (stock photo, the one you get will not be the one shown). 
Item # 31524  $3.00 each
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REAR SIGHT, BRITISH LEE ENFIELD, MKII:  Condition is as shown in the photos.  Marked "M47, MK II" on the back of the sliding sight and "MkII" at the top of the folding leaf.  Below that stamp is what looks like a British acceptance mark of the Broad Arrow applied with an electric pencil.
Item # 31525   $19.00
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REAR SIGHT, U.S. m1917 RIFLE:  Condition is as shown in the photos.  Stamped on the back of the leaf is an "S"; a "D"; a "K" and a "W" which I think is for WINCHESTER.  Stamped on the side of the sliding part is again a "W".  
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SHRAPNEL PIECE:  WW2 bring home by USGI. Evil looking.
Item # 41548  $12.00
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MILITARY POLICE HOLSTER ADAPTOR:This piece is worn with the m1916 holster (or any other holster with the wire type hanger) and would be fastened to a leather, over the shoulder strap.  Waist belt would go through the loop.  Worn by MP's.  Russet leather and dated 1946. 1/2 of a grommet is missing as shown in the photos, does not show when worn and does not affect usage.
Item # 1115002  $9.00
Item # 31526  $19.00
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REMINGTON ARMS BAYONET, MEXICAN 1899 ROLLING BLOCK: Blade stamped "REMINGTON ARMS CO.  ILION, N.Y.".  Complete with scabbard and hanger.  See photos for more information and condition.  These were made for the Model 1899 Mexican Rolling Block rifle.  
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AUSTRALIA MADE, U.S. m1942 MACHETE, MARKED "U.S. DC44":  Made for the US Soldiers in the 1944  Pacific Theater by the Australian Firm, Die Casters Limited. Unique to these Aussie made blades are the cross-hatch design on the handles.  It has  suffered corrosion from poor storage.  There is a remnant of the leather strap still attached.  Not an easy machete to find in any condition.
Item # 716028  $35.00
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WW2, US NAVY MARK I FIGHTING KNIFE AND SCABBARD:  Pretty nice PAL RH-35 Mark I knife.  Blade is 5 1/4" and not overly sharpened.  Still retains some of the original gray finish.  Nice stacked leather handle.  Decent scabbard well marked and solid.  
Item # 916015  $89.00
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M1 GARAND or M14 SLING ATTACHMENT HOOKS:  For the web sling.  As shown in the photo.  Several available. Price is for one.
Item # 1016023  $2.00 each.
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BELT SLIDE 1924:  This leather belt slide is for an officer to adapt a wire hanger type holster to a belt.  This one has a cartouche of "Q.M.C. JEFF. 1924  H.E.K." and also has an inspector stamp of "FD".  It has a mottled appearance on one side only (the back side).  The grommets are brass and they have the verdigris corrosion.
Item # 318008  $37.00
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OILER, AERIAL MACHINE GUNS:  This 4" X 2-1/2" X 1" oil can has AIR CORPS, U.S. ARMY stamped in the top (Dates prior to June, 1941. WW1?).  I believe it was used to oil the on-board aircraft machine guns (Vickers and Lewis).  It is empty.
Item # we5183  $14.00
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M-1923 DISMOUNTED CARTRIDGE BELT:  10 pocket belt for .30 caliber clipped ammo.  U.S. ink stamp is strong.  Contract ink stamp is unreadable.  Paint wear to the KLIKIT snaps and the edges of the snaps and the grommets/eyelets have green corrosion.  Solid item for wearing or for display.
Item # we1018008  $39.00
LUGER BOOK:  See images for more information.
Item # we1018014  $15.00
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M1 CARBINE BOOK:  See images for more information.
Item # we1018015  $10.00
SCARCE M2, .45 DA HOLSTER: The M2 holsters were only made 1941-1945 and only by two contractors; "TEXTAN" and "FINK". Although the maker stamp is barely readable I think this one was made by "FINK".  The date is unreadable.  The U.S. on the front is mostly visible with some wear. The original leather thong that would secure the holster to the belt is missing, but easily replaced if desired. This holster is a good, solid example of a variation of the 1917 Service Revolver holsters.  The M2 was designed to be worn on the right side with the butt to the rear, instead of butt forward like more common ones.  This holster has been cleaned and leather conditioner applied.  There is more information on the images.
Item # we1018030  $100.00
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CONTAINERS, 75mm BLANK CARTRIDGE:  Two containers available.  Both are dated 1979 and are of the same size but, different makers.  They are empty containers made of a pressed fiberboard material.  Price below is for one (1) container.
Item # we119001  $12.00 each
1942 BOYT, m1916 HOLSTER, WW2:  This holster was made by BOYT in early War, 1942 and is still original.  It has not been cleaned nor messed with. Shows use and its age.
Item # we1119007  $45.00
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BULLET HOLE CURIOSITY,  U.S. KRAG BAYONET AND SCABBARD:  This is a relic to display on your wall.  It is a 1902 dated, m1892 bayonet with an early scabbard that has a bullet hole in it.  It has lots of issues which I try to show in the photos.
Item # we22060  $49.00
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1892 KRAG BAYONET, DATED 1900 AND MARKED U.S., WALL HANGER: Poor condition Krag bayonet without a scabbard.  Rusty, pitted, sharpened etc. etc.  Hang it on your wall and amaze your friends.  I tried to show its condition in the photos.
Item # we22061  $19.00
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FENCING BAYONET, 1903, 1905, 1909, 1912?:  This training/practice/fencing bayonet fits the '03 Springfield Rifle.  It was originally covered with leather up to the guard and on the leather would have been stamped the Arsenal and date.  The leather is now missing.  Looks to have been rusted, cleaned and painted black.  Hard item to find.
Item # we22062  $149.00
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m1905 BAYONET, DATED 1906 RELIC:
Poor condition with a 15 1/2" blade.  May have some usable parts or hang it on your wall.
Item # we22066  $39.00
WW2, INERT/DUMMY .50 CALIBER CARTRIDGES, FRANKFORT ARSENAL:  I have two of these.  The case has been drilled so they could not have powder installed and the primer holes have not been drilled.  There is no way they could be made functional so I believe they were classroom training aids.  Made by FRANKFORT ARSENAL and dated in the 1940's.
Item # we22070  $9.00 each, $15.00 for both
MILLS m1910 MOUNTED CARTRIDGE BELT, m1909 REVOLVER POUCHES, RIMLESS EAGLE SNAPS.
This belt is a difficult one to find. This one was well used, probably chasing Villa. It has some soiling, wear and tear. It is marked MILLS 1912 on the back of one end.
On each metal adjusting tab iis the Mills Bullet Logo and the patent dates of which the last one is 1907.  There are 8 puckered pouches for Rifle ammo and 4 smaller pouches for the m1909 Revolver ammo.  All 12 pockets have the RIMLESS eagle snaps. There is more information in text on the photos for you to read.
Item # we32030  $695.00
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SPANISH MAUSER CARTRIDGE BOX:  Solid but old and stiff.  Small start of a tear in the belt loop.  Age unknown. No identifying marks or stamping on it.
Item # 121001  $19.00
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U.S. MAGAZINE POUCH:  Looks to be dated 2 JAN. 1952.  KLIKIT snap.  For the 1911/1911A1 Service Pistol magazines.
Item # 121002  $25.00
HOLSTER, SWEDISH HUSQVARNA 9mm LONG or .380:  Pig skin surface. All seams tight. Good solid holster.  Only markings are on the flap which looks like 3 crowns and 113. 
Item # 121004  $39.00
HOLSTER, FOR C96 MAUSER, BUCHEIMER:  Nice holster, no problems.  Bucheimer logo stamp on the back.
Item # 121005  $39.00
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Item # 516043  $125.00
PISTOL CLEANING ROD:  For 5" or shorter barrels (m1911). 
USMC MODIFIED m1936 PISTOL BELT TO m1961 BELT:  The modification was adding the center row of magazine snaps the full length of the belt.  These were used in Vietnam by the Marines to carry extra m14 magazine pouches.  This one has mid-WW2 brass buckle. There is a faint U.S. stamp.  Lots of fraying to the original center eyelets. 
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 There is another one of these belts listed in the "FIELD-EQUIP" category. 
Item # 12111 $19.00
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