Pattern 37 Small Pack, used
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- Thick, tough cotton construction
- Measurements: 12 x 20 x 30 cm (5" x 8" x 11")
- Protective flap secured with two straps
- Divided into three compartments, the dividers can easily be pushed aside if needed
- Attachment points for both a shoulder strap and backpack like L-straps (shoulder strap included, backpack straps not)
- Most have attachment points for an M43 e-tool, some do not
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Used but perfectly serviceable. Some are a bit scruffy, but everything is intact and works. Colours vary from sandy mustard to green. The included strap might be green, khaki, gray or bluish, or something in between.
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