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PostPosted: Sat Jul 07, 2007 15:50 pm 
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I've been trying to do some research about the manners in which a soldier would have carried the P-schreck rockets-

I've seen pictures for the wooden backpack, slings being used to carry individual rockets, and carried in the transport crates.

20+ years ago, I seem to remember seeing a picture in a book, perhaps the Time-Life series, showing a either a heavy canvas or leather pouch that clipped onto the belt that carried 2-3 rockets.

Does anyone know if this was an issued item, field made, or just early alzheimers?......


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I've seen FJ carrying them in their jumpsmock pockets :shock:

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