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British mk 6 and 7 gas mask bags.

Article about: Hello, doe anyone know of any websites that have photos (different views/ angles) of British WW2 gas mask bags ? thanks Dave.

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    Aust 1942 MK VI "General Motors Holden" made up on a dummy display.

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    UK MK VIa

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    Quote by Ninerfox View Post
    I wanted to take advantage of this post to ask confirmation whether this is a british mk6 gas mask!?? I found it in one of my grandpas cupboards..is it a ww2 or late 50s??
    Thanks
    That's the Mk. 7 Light AG Respirator. The Mk. 6 is the similar looking one with a grey-painted valve holder and threaded Mk. III Eyepieces. The 7 is all black and has non-threaded Mk. IV Eyepieces.

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    Mate noticed on your GMH haversack the snap fasteners, did British haversacks use snap fasteners - or is this only Australia.

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    Quote by Stephan View Post
    Mate noticed on your GMH haversack the snap fasteners, did British haversacks use snap fasteners - or is this only Australia.
    UK did too, just a different type. My MTX '37 RAN also has what I call eagle snaps (US)
    Last edited by reneblacky; 07-16-2021 at 05:35 AM. Reason: added text & pic

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    someone asked a similar question a while back and there IS (was?) a site....somewhere.....loads of pics, bags etc etc....it was/is really impressive....now, I know what you're gonna say.........

    ...no I can't.......doh!

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