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Soviet RPG-7 backpack, surplus

Soviet RPG-7 backpack, surplus

Price 28.99 USD excluding VAT

A backpack for RPG grenades. This is the gunner's pack with capacity for two grenades and two boosters. In very nice shape! One-off lot!

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A backpack for RPG grenades. This is the gunner's pack with capacity for two grenades and two boosters. In very nice shape! One-off lot!

Pack measurements about 70 x 25 cm. Carried with two strong straps.

These ammo packs were probably distributed quite generously to everyone who got their rocket propelled stuff from the Soviets. Moreover, local versions were manufactured too. These might still pop up from army warehouses from time to time.

Old military surplus

Most had just some cosmetic storage wear, some amy have been used very little. Overall in excellent shape. The colour shades vary, as these are made in Soviet Union for military use.

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