US Army Vietnam War
Uniforms, Fieldgear, badges and other Surplus items of Vietnam War.
Shoulder sleeve insignia of 1st Cavalry Division. On a yellow, triangular shield with rounded corners in height overall, a black diagonal stripe extends over the shield from upper left to lower right, and in the upper right a black horse's head cuts off diagonally at the neck.In Stock
Austrian M1 Helmet with new plastic liner, made from durable steel, these brilliantly preserved, original, green color without texture. The internal liner has a leather lined suspension system which, along with the canvas chin strap, is fully adjustable to allow most sizes of head. These M1 design helmets are perfect for any Vietnam reenactors.Out of stock48,76 € Tax excludedProduct on demand
Garand M1 web sling M1944 and used with M14 and M16 rifles too, replica made in khaki canvas with metal hooks. This model was adopted at the end of World War II and extended from the Korean War to the Vietnam War for the M16 rifle, when the color was replaced by the classic OD green.Out of stock13,18 € Tax excludedProduct on demand
U.S. GI M3 medic bag. This light weight nylon bag measures 10"x 8"x 4.5" and features three zipper closure interior pockets, plastic closure cover and an removable and adjustable canvas shoulder strap. Olive Drab. Empty bag. Replica.In Stock
The P38, developed in 1942, is a small can opener that was issued in the canned field rations of the United States Armed Forces from World War II to the 1980s. Originally designed for and distributed in the K-ration, it was later included in the C-ration. 100% SteelIn Stock