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These mag pouches are straight out of a box in a wharehouse at FT Bragg. Haven't run across any like these before. Was hoping some of you guys might be able to tell me something like perhaps what period they're from. WWII, Korea? There are no markings on them anywhere and all the box said was Pouch, Magazine, Cal 45 Pistol and quantity. Thanks
 

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The pattern is WWI. Is that the true color, or are they a light shade of green? There are LOTS of 1918-dated mag pouches of that pattern on the market, most in unissued condition, and still cheap.
 

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Here's a better shot, same construction, but for M1 carbine that has lots of markings mfd by BB Inc 1943. They are all dark green color. Most of the WW2 pouches I've seen were single snap and were tan like the WW1 double snap pouches. I was thinking the ones without any markings might have been for overseas contract. I just started collecting some GI web gear for my .45 and was curious about these.
 
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