M – 1928 Haversack, WWII Reproduction


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The Haversack during World Was II used by the Infantry and Marines as a light assault pack or as a complete field pack when the lower part was added.  The pack is essentially rugged khaki-colored canvas that folds around its contents (bedroll, clothing, daily rations, and assorted personal items), and is held together by flaps and adjustable buckle-straps.

As shown on page 69 of the Army Service Forces Catalog, Government Issue Collector’s Guide, the M-1928 was made of canvas and had a pouch on the top main flap that held the meat can and cutlery.  Under this, an entrenching tool was hooked on by a two grommeted tab.  A bayonet was carried on the right, using the same method.

This Reproduction of the M1928 Haversack includes the meat can pouch.

m1928 haversack open

m1928 haversack back

m1928 haversack closed measure

m1928 haversack open measure







Additional information

Weight8 oz

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