NVA Webbing belt, gray, surplus

6.99 USD
NVA Webbing belt, gray, surplus
Price 6.99 USD. In stock 0 pcs. Saatavana käytettynä!
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In conclusion: while the kit was quite tough, it was still a piece of shit. If you want to experience it, we occasionally have the components on sale.

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5/5
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15.10.2016
Super cool and practical. Can't say much else, other than "works as intended"!
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5/5
I would recommend for a friend
15.10.2016
I own two and they're both the same. The hole side of the buckle has a right correct side and a wrong side and it will sit on an awkward angle if it's clasped to the buckle the wrong way.

If you can't get your buckle to sit flat, try taking the belt off of it and reversing it.
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4.5/5
I would recommend for a friend
25.08.2017
My belt came with just a tad of corrosion on it. However, there is no impact made on the belt's usefulness, and I look forward to using it plenty!
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5/5
I would recommend for a friend
18.09.2017
3/5
I would not recommend to a friend
08.12.2017
It's grey, and made of nylon. I can hang my binocular pouch, muti- tool pouch, skinning knife and ammo pouch from it. Nothing more to say, really.
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