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Unknown 1943 webbing pouch

Article about: Hello everyone, It is that time of the year again that I start searching for stuff from the past in my moving boxes. Yesterday I found this webbing item. Can anyone of you gents tell me what

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    I think it says ""CASE FOR ~ VOLTR., POCKET, ~ 250 V., NO. 2""
    Last edited by karkee; 12-29-2015 at 08:41 AM.

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    I've been asking about my one for some time!! good to know
    Regards
    René

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    Thanks for the photos! It looks more like 250 V, not MARK V.

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    Mystery solved!
    Thank you very much karkee and the other posters.

    Greetings from the Netherlands,

    Marinus

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    Interesting to know every day is a school day

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    Its a compass pouche

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    Quote by appel View Post
    Its a compass pouche
    Do you have any evidence?

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    Here is my 1943 25/250v voltmeter pocket no.1.
    It looks like it would fit nicely.
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    Here is a number 2 and pouch that sold a while back
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    Last edited by Roger M; 01-20-2016 at 09:48 PM.

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    Cheers for showing the meters, British made is something I haven't seen.
    Regards
    René

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    Marinus has very kindly sent me the pouch at the beginning of this thread for my number 1 pocket voltmeter, so here is a picture of it in the pouch and fitting very nicely ,
    Thanks Marinus

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    Some observations that I will also add is that the pouch has 2 suspension straps across the bottom which I guess is to stop the spike of the number 2 meter from going through the pouch and also it has a sleeve to place the probe of the number 2 meter in.
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