USMC Haversacks (1903)

USMC Haversacks (1903)
USMC Haversacks (1903)
USMC Haversacks (1903)
These are new reproductions of US issue haversacks, Models of 1903.
 
Our PriceUS$ 32.00
Code205389000
Stock16
Weight1.3
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Haversacks include leather liners for utensil and cloth condiment bags that were normally issued with the haversack.  Leather slings are sold separately.  Specify model and marking desired.
 
Go to this web page for additional information on Haversacks:
 
http://www.history.army.mil/html/museums/messkits/Field_Mess_Gear%28upd_Jul09%29.pdf
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