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WTS: Cavalvy headset and misc gear items

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Hi all -

 

It's that time of year again... where the size of my collection gets insurmountable and all of a sudden it's time to start selling stuff again.

 

All of the prices are super negotiable.  I don't really care about "making a profit"... most of this stuff just needs to get the fuck out of my apartment (and fast).  If you see something you like but think it's overpriced, by all means make me an offer!

 

I ship via USPS priority with tracking number.  From a smoke free/pet free home etc.

 

 

 

1. Cavalvy "Bowman" style headset with push-to-talk / Kenwood 2-pin adapter.  This adapter fits Puxing PX-888, PX-777 and obviously all radios with the Kenwood 2-pin plug.

 

Bought in 2011.  Plugged it into my radio, verified that it worked, and put it in the closet (like so much of my airsoft stuff...)  I just don't need it so it can be yours for $60 shipped.

 

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2.  Zimbabwe Army camouflage flap cap (Rhodesian camo).  This is a flap cap (patrol cap with an integral neck protector) in Zimbabwean camouflage - a near-copy of the original Rhodesian pattern.  This is an original Zim Army cap and it's very difficult to find this stuff.

 

Roughly a size 58 (7-1/8), but has elastic so can go up and down.

I ended up getting an actual Rhodesian hat so don't need this one anymore.  $60 shipped.

 

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3.  Used USGI "medium" ALICE LC-2 field pack in M81 woodland camo (with straps).  This includes the shoulder straps (brand new condition).  The pack itself is used, but I'd grade it as "very good" - no damage or anything like that.  Some of the straps are a bit frayed but otherwise it's in great shape.  All the features of the usual ALICE pack - three large external pockets with snap closures (all present and working), waterproof cover with velcro opening for maps and documents, internal radio pouch, grommets in the bottom for drainage, outside attachment points for ALICE clips and M1910 hangers.  M81 Woodland pattern.  New straps.  Used a few times to lug gear to games but otherwise... another closet dweller that needs to go.

$30 shipped.

 

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4.  Some sort of AK-74 bayonet.  I don't know that much about AK stuff.  This was a surplus Bulgarian (or possibly Russian, I can't remember and I don't think the seller even knew for sure) AK-74 bayonet with the nasty bakelite grips and scabbard.  Looks unissued, has obviously never been sharpened, and is in fantastic shape.  All the leather is supple and there's no dry rot.  All hardware present on the scabbard.  Functions as a wirecutter by hooking the blade to the scabbard.

$40 shipped.

 

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5.  MOLLE->ALICE adapters.  I bought a bunch of these for some reason and only ended up using a few of them - need to get rid of the rest.  These are great for attaching stuff to MOLLE packs.  Have five, would like to sell as a lot.  Marked "Specialty Defense Systems" or something.  These have an NSN and whatnot.  Official stuff.

 

$10 shipped for the whole shebang. $15 each.

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6. USGI M1936 belt (British made).  A pretty rare variation of the basic M1936 web pistol belt issued to literally everyone in the US military during World War II.  This one is British made (as evidenced by the non-standard buckle).  Pretty rare stuff, probably not too interesting to the guys on this forum but thought I'd list it anyway. 

 

$50 shipped.

 

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7.  A really horrible eastbloc AK-74 mag pouch.  I have no idea where it came from - there are no markings or anything really special about it that could give away its origin.  2" belt loops on the rear, holds four AK-74 (or really any 30rd carbine) mags, pouch for oiler (also included).  Leather straps all present and working and all hardware functional.  The rear bottom is interestingly padded - a strange thought given to the individual soldier's comfort by those who generally didn't care at all about it.

Would be great for some stupid commie East Wind loadout.

$10 shipped.

 

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8. Norwegian M1943 combat suspenders.  These are a Norwegian copy of the American M1943 suspender issued during World War II.  Same (or higher) quality, different maker.  Marked with a shield and a serial number I can't make out.  All hardware present and functioning.  These are the really early forerunners of the ALICE Y- and H-harnesses.  Well built and solid piece of kit.  Would be good for a budget reenactment/historical airsoft loadout.

 

$10 shipped.

 

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9.  British 1949-pattern battledress trousers.  Heavy wool serge trousers made similar to those issued during the war (the 37 pattern).  Pretty good, solid, unissued stuff.  They're a size too small for me.  Have two pairs. 

 

Tag reads:

 

BATTLEDRESS

Trousers 1949 Pattern

Size No.10

Height:

5 ft 9ins to 5ft 10ins

Waist 31 to 32ins

Seat 37 to 38ins

Leg 32-1/2ins

 

Clifford Williams & Son Ltd. 1951

 

Complete with British MoD Broad Arrow inspection stamp! Virtually identical to the BD trousers issued to British and Commonwealth troops during the war. Would be great as a budget reenactment item.

 

$15 shipped per pair.

 

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Nope, just selling off the extraneous crap I've acquired over the years.  I still have my USMC and British Army WWII kits.  I ended up with a lot of miscellanea as I bought various stuff.  I try to police it all up and sell it off in big chunks but I never quite get to all of it...

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... totally lost track of this thread.

 

If anyone is still interested, will part with the headset for $50 shipped.

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