<*<*<*A Bunch of Mil-Surp Gear. Clothing, Bags, Packs...etc*

Discussion in 'Sold/Expired' started by unclear.six, Jan 6, 2011.

  1. unclear.six

    unclear.six New Member

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    I really have no activity on this forum, I spend most of my time on the outdoor trader. You can check my feedback there. There are probably some people on here that can vouch for me not sure...

    Feedback:
    http://www.theoutdoorstrader.com/itrader.php?u=1379

    Came across a bunch of Mil-Surp gear and I really don't need all of it. These are pretty good prices, if you check around you will see that. Sorry couldn't get the tiny pic to work today so imageshack it is. Let me know if you need more details or photos. I can email or text them to you.

    LNIB (100% tested functional, no stains, rips, tears, holes...etc. Some of them still have tags.) 4 piece Gore-Tex sleep system contracted by Tennier Industries, Inc. in woodland camo.

    Includes a compression stuff sack, green patrol bag rated at -30°, black intermediate bag rated at -10° and the Gore-Seam / Gore-Tex bivy cover. When you use the system together it is rated for 4 hours of sleep at -40°

    My buddy in the bag and holding it is 6'2" 260lbs to get an idea of who can sleep comfortably in it. Total stuffed weight is under 9lbs for the full system but remember you don't need a tent anymore.

    $125 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $150 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Sleep System photos
    http://img690.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=dscn1042e.jpg

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    Next up are some LNIB(No stains, rips, holes, tears, or malfunctions of any kind) Mounted Crewmen's and Aircrewmen's Overalls 100% Aramid contracted by Carter Industries, Inc. These are heavy duty cold weather design. I wore a pair outside for about 5 hours in the snow the day after Christmas with a light jacket and I was nice and toasty.

    Sizes:

    7 pairs of MD - Long: Height over 71".

    14 pairs of XL - Long: Height over 71". same 6'2" 260lb dude wearing this size.

    4 pairs of L - Short: Height below 67".

    $35 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $40 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Overall Photos:
    http://img3.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=dscn1052p.jpg

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    Next we have some cloth GI laundry bags that are great for all kinds of stuff, dorm rooms, gear organization, whatever. Some of them do have names and sharpie blocks like the one in the photo but they are all still in pretty good shape.

    20 lots of 5 bags each $15 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $20 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Laundry bag photos:
    http://img222.imageshack.us/i/dscn1054hb.jpg/

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    Next, waterproof stuff sacks I would say at least 9 out of 10 are LNIB the others have some dirt and stuff on them but I checked em for rips, tears...etc none of that.

    19 lots of 3 bags each. $15 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $20 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Waterproof stuff sack photos:
    http://img269.imageshack.us/i/dscn1055a.jpg/

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    Next, 10 Cold weather jackets (Hi Temperature Resistant) 100 Aramid contracted by Alpha Industries, Inc. These are perfect for the little guys and gals to wear on hunts, camping, trips to the range...etc. My buddies kids love them.

    Size Small-Short
    Chest: 33" - 37"
    Height: Up to 67"

    $25 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $30 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Photos of the jackets:
    http://img42.imageshack.us/gal.php?g=dscn1058w.jpg

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    Camelbak Maximum Gear 3L hydration system
    They have the Thermobak insulation and the HYDROLINK conversion kit on the bite nozzle. They all appear to be in great shape.

    50 available $15 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $20 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.

    Photo of the Camelbak:
    http://img534.imageshack.us/i/dscn1063v.jpg/

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    Aircrew cold weather liner, camouflage green 483.
    100% Aramid. These are designed to go inside of the cold weather jackets but they are great by themselves for messing around in the shop, hunting...etc I love mine just to wear around the house when it's a bit nippy. Almost all of them have tags still attached, quite a few are still sealed in plastic.

    10 Large - Short:
    Height: up to 67"
    Chest: 40"-45"

    10 Large - Regular
    Height: 67"-71"
    Chest: 41"-45"

    $10 each FTF in or around Loganville area. $15 pony express to you. You can send cash (check my feedback) or we can do PayPal gift your choice.



    Photo of the jacket/liner. My buddy wearing one of the Large - Regular is 5'10", 185lbs for reference:
    http://img834.imageshack.us/i/img00092201101041218.jpg/
     
  2. abailey362

    abailey362 New Member

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    i'll take a camelback. pm me paypal address
     

  3. cwats04

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    same here.
    are they all woodland or do you have different color patterns?
     
  4. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    How did you come by this stuff? I'm not questioning your integrity at all. It's just not stuff people come across in normal surplus gear. I don't want you to be caught up in something, if your provider ripped it off.
     
  5. unclear.six

    unclear.six New Member

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    They are all woodland.
     
  6. unclear.six

    unclear.six New Member

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    The government rips people off everyday...
     
  7. unclear.six

    unclear.six New Member

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    If you guys would shoot me a PM in addition to posting in the thread if you are wanting something. I thought that it would notify me via email if someone posted up but I guess it's only PMs. I check my email constantly. Thanks for the interest :righton:
     
  8. MyFred

    MyFred Banned

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    When you're closed up in the sleep system, is it completely waterproof...like in a rain???
     
  9. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    No tent needed.
     
  10. gruntpain1775

    gruntpain1775 New Member

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    I have slept many a rainy night zipped up in a bivy sack, the only moisture that got in was condensation.
     
  11. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    You had it pretty good. These things didn't exist for me. I retired before you were born. :lol:
    Twelve of my years were with the infantry (Mech, Light, and Mountain). At best, I had a poncho over my two sleeping bags (in Alaska at minus 83 degrees), or a poncho liner and poncho in Viet Nam. You really had it good, Man!
     
  12. gruntpain1775

    gruntpain1775 New Member

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    Hey, that bivy only seen duty when my butt was sleeping over night on a range. If it was training or deployed the poncho was it. To much other "needed" crap that "had" to go in my ruck. One thing I never wore, no matter how bad it was...rain gear. never. It was almost like a point of pride for 11B's to not break out the snivel gear or the Wet Weather gear. You see POGs wear it and laugh at them.

    There are a few things that I kept from my time in. Poncho, poncho liner and my ruck are among them. I just paid the Army the lost charges. Poncho and Poncho liner cause they are handy, the ruck b/c I had it since I was a E-nothing, and managed to keep and use it even after the ACU nightmare came about. All the way up to my last road march 2 weeks before I left. I hated that thing, but it was home.
     
  13. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    You da' man! :righton:
     
  14. gruntpain1775

    gruntpain1775 New Member

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    Hey country, I didn't know you were Infantry. What was life like with Alexander? Was it cold when you pulled far side security for the parting of the red sea? :mrgreen:
     
  15. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    I wasn't truly infantry. I was first a medic, and then a medical officer (PA) assigned to several units. The term "infantryman" is an honor I would love to have had. I tried twice to get through jump school, and failed (fractured arm, and bad ankle sprain). I hold you guys in high regard. I did violate the Geneva Convention in Viet Nam, and wasted a few VC (as a medic), though I can't put a face on them. I did keep up with you guys on every march, and every insertion, and whooped most everyone on the battalion runs. It was the best I could do. I've always loved what the infantry stands for.

    BTW: I would've loved the march into Rome!
     
  16. gruntpain1775

    gruntpain1775 New Member

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    :lol:

    Where you on KP duty for that? :lol:
     
  17. CountryGun

    CountryGun New Member

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    I might have been. Love ya', Bro!
     
  18. gruntpain1775

    gruntpain1775 New Member

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    :righton: Welcome home brother!
     
  19. jp233

    jp233 hu huh, you said "Member"

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  20. abailey362

    abailey362 New Member

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    got my camelback...thanks